In the beginning of 20th century, Professor Eliot of Presidency College, Madras (Today's Chennai), saw a little boy sitting in his B.A. Class. Assuming that he might have strayed in to the classroom, the Professor asked, "Are you a student of B.A. Class?" "Yes Sir," the boy answered. "Your name?" the professor asked. "C.V. Raman," he replied. This incident made 14-year old Tamil Brahmin boy well-known in the college. The youngster later became a world famous scientist and India's iconic figure in Physics with his Nobel Prize winning inventions that taught the world why the sky and sea are blue. Named after the first Nobel Laureate of the country, Dr. C.V. Raman University (CVRU) inherits many such characteristics of Dr. C. V. Raman; especially the wisdom that grew much faster than...
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