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Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy from India wins World Championship - 2018 in Environmental Impact Assessment out of 88 countries


World Champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy

is 

The Pride of India 



World Champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy is most important asset for India in Environmental Impact Assessment, recognized by International Agency for Standards and Ratings.World Champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy is now recognized as Father of modern Environmental Impact Assessment The purpose of the award is to identify brilliant scientists and academicians around the world through World Championship. The World Championship is organized by International Agency for Standards and Ratings at international level. Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy, (World Champion and Fellow, Directorate of Environmental Science, IASR) plays a vital role in advancement of scientific knowledge in Environmental Impact Assessment. World Championship-2018 in Environmental Impact Assessment acknowledges the outstanding international contributions and is selected based on international meeritorious competition. IASR extends best wishes for your endeavours enlightening scientific domain with your efforts. Your research article is winner among 5897 nominations from 88 countries, screened for the World Championship-2018 in Environmental Impact Assessment. IASR recognizes Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy among World's 500 Most Influential Experts in Environmental Science for the Year 2018 on Earth. World Champion-2018 Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy has become a brand name in Environmental Impact Assessment.

     

What is Environmental Science?

Environmental science is an interdisciplinary academic field that integrates physical, biological and information sciences (including ecology, biology, physics, chemistry, plant science, zoology, mineralogy, oceanology, limnology, soil science, geology and physical geography (geodesy), and atmospheric science) to the study of the environment, and the solution of environmental problems. Environmental science emerged from the fields of natural history and medicine during the Enlightenment. Today it provides an integrated, quantitative, and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental systems.



World champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy endorses scientific meetings and conferences on Environmental Impact Assessment, and can be contacted for key note speeches on Environmental Impact Assessment and industrial collaborations. The World Championship is organized by International Agency for Standards and Ratings at international level. Universities are in a race to reconstruct their syllabus by adding applications of scientific contribution by World champion- Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy. Under expert guidance of World champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy, Universities can now contribute better in nation building. Proper supervision by World champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy will help to allocate public funds and research grants more focused. Universities can contact world champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy for selection committees/ board on promotion and recruitment. The world champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy can be contacted for execution of programs related to Environmental Impact Assessment. Researchers and students can enjoy expert career guidance on latest trends, jobs and career opportunities from world champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy.

Environmental Impact Assessment Day

29 September is celebrated as Environmental Impact Assessment Day around the world by International Agency for Standards and Ratings in recognition of World champion in Environmental Impact Assessment- Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy the great legend on earth. Environmental Impact Assessment Day is devoted for activities in Environmental Impact Assessment, Training and Awareness on Environmental Impact Assessment, Seminar on Environmental Impact Assessment, Global Events, Workshop on Environmental Impact Assessment, Conference on Environmental Impact Assessment. Research centers, Colleges, Universities, Institutes, Schools, Center of Excellence, Journals of Environmental Impact Assessment, Societies working on Environmental Impact Assessment celebrate Environmental Impact Assessment Day in the celebration of great efforts by Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy Inception of Environmental Impact Assessment Day is 29 September, 2018. World Champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy is Source of Inspiration in Environmental Impact Assessment global meetings, and has triggered the importance of Impact Assessment.

How to celebrate 29 September as Environmental Impact Assessment Day? 

Research Scholars, scientists, public and private authorities,  organize Walks, Rallies, Marathon, Race, Invited Lectures, public meetings, conferences for wide public awareness on Environmental Impact Assessment. How can you celebrate Environmental Impact Assessment Day, if you are a software developer, you can design apps for Environmental Impact Assessment, software for Environmental Impact Assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment agencies, News and media agency, celebrates by publishing Editorials on Environmental Impact Assessment, message and tweets on website, social media and print media. Environmental Impact Assessment Day on 29 September is celebrated as Environmental Impact Assessment Festival in the honor of Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy, the world championWorld champion in Environmental Impact Assessment- 2018 Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy, who is international asset, can be contacted for latest trends and scope in Environmental Impact Assessment. Book publisher, Journal publisher and authors,  write and publish news, editorials, research articles, review article, case reports, books and chapters on Environmental Impact Assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment Day is international event on 29 September, every year and commonly known as Environmental Impact Assessment Fair which provide leading platform to business activities in Environmental Impact Assessmentsales and purchase of instruments, and servicesColleges and Universities organizes indoor and outdoor activities on biography of World champion in Environmental Impact Assessment- Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy to extend the league of legend.

Thesis and dissertations on Environmental Impact Assessment could now have expert guidance and supervision of Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy, World champion in Environmental Impact Assessment. It will bring advancement in research in Environmental Impact Assessment.


 

Reference and text books on Environmental Impact Assessment can now have exclusive chapters to orient students to perform application based high quality research as guided by world champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy. World champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy endorses scientific meetings and conferences onEnvironmental Impact Assessment, and can be contacted for key note speeches on Environmental Impact Assessment and industrial collaborations. Newspapers and news channels/ international media agencies can seek expert opinion from world champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy on important national and international issues. 


Exclusive Interview with World Champion 2018 Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy, The world's most influential Superstar in Environmental Impact Assessment                                                                                                                                                            Environmental Impact Assessment Live News

Question: What are your recommendations to improve the standards of journals publishing research articles on Environmental Impact Assessment? 

Answer:

The core of any research lies in the methodology and its finding. To improve the quality of the publication, it is suggested to inspect the methodology used thoroughly. Journals who pay don’t much heed to the methodology used by the author often publish an article which has no relevance in the real-time world. A lot of concepts are viable in theory but fail its purpose in practical life. to establish the viability of the research work, it’s very essential to testify to the relevancy of the work.  You can hire any data specialist to validate the findings or hire a reviewer who has added the advantage of data analysis as well.The very purpose of a journal publication is to augment the research work of any respective field by providing relevance and verified content for reference. To achieve this, it is very essential for any journal to reach our respective research and scholar group. If you publish all the articles related to the different field in the same journal, you actually reduced your visibility. Henceforth, your journal will get low citations.  To eliminate this, you should publish separate journals for the separate branch.In today’s digital epoch, very few professionals are there who opt for a printed journal. Building a web-based platform with open access system is the need of the hour. An online journal platform allows any journal to reach out to the targeted community easily. Alongside, an online platform will make you accessible for the international scholar, researcher, and scientists’ community. Your journal will not be restricted by boundaries. It will available for all.

 

Question: What are your recommendations to improve syllabus of Environmental Impact Assessment for more creativity, applications and opportunities?

Answer:

Curriculum reform is necessary when the one in use is no longer responsive to the needs and interests of the society it is intended to serve. Curriculum reform may be either evolutionary or revolutionary. In any case a number of factors, such as those listed below, must be taken into consideration. Among them are:  There should be an analytic assessment of the existing curriculum in order to justify any proposed reform. Learning needs should be reviewed from the point of view of both individual learner requirements and national development needs. A consensus relating to curriculum reform must be established. Curriculum objectives, content and methods must be appropriately determined. Materials needed to support the curriculum must be provided. Personnel needed for the design, implementation and evaluation of the reformed curriculum must be available. The reformed curriculum must be accepted by educators and followed in educational institutions. Evaluation and feedback procedures must be established and used. The means of costing and financing the reform programme must be determined. 



Question: What are your recommendations to frame guidelines on funding of Environmental Impact Assessment?

Answer:

 The combination of financial mechanisms that is best suited to support a country’s EIA and licensing system will depend on contextual factors that include not only the country’s legal and political institutions, and natural resources, but also the economic principles that each nation embraces as part of its national identity. Each country must pursue its own vision of how to mobilise funds in a way that is consistent with its objectives for EIA. This section guides government planners and other users through the process of selecting and implementing one or more mechanisms to fund a government’s EIA tasks. The text first examines the principles, criteria, and conditions that must be considered in choosing a financial mechanism. We then go through the process of applying the principles, criteria, and conditions to country-specific facts in order to enable decision-making on how the financial arrangements for EIA can be changed. At the end, we look at transitional financing mechanisms that can bridge any temporary gaps. 


Question: How can universities produce revolutionary PhD and Post Doc thesis and dissertations on Environmental Impact Assessment? What are your recommendations to improve the academic standards?

Answer: 

Many colleges provide a formidable array of courses, majors and extracurricular opportunities, but firsthand accounts indicate that many undergraduates do not feel that the material conveyed in their readings and lectures has much relevance to their lives. Such sentiments suggest either that the courses do not in fact contribute much to the ultimate goals that colleges claim to value or that instructors are not taking sufficient care to explain the larger aims of their courses and why they should matter.

Other studies suggest that many instructors do not teach their courses in ways best calculated to achieve the ends that faculties themselves consider important. For example, one investigator studied samples of the examinations given at elite liberal arts colleges and research universities. Although 99 percent of professors consider critical thinking an “essential” or “very important” goal of a college education, fewer than 20 percent of the exam questions actually tested for this skill.

Now that most faculties have defined the learning objectives of their college and its various departments and programs, it should be possible to review recent examinations to determine whether individual professors, programs and departments are actually designing their courses to achieve those goals. College administrators could also modify their student evaluation forms to ask students whether they believe the stated goals were emphasized in the courses they took.

In addition, the average time students devote to studying varies widely among different colleges, and many campuses could require more of their students. Those lacking evidence about the study habits of their undergraduates could inform themselves through confidential surveys that faculties could review and consider steps to encourage greater student effort and improve learning.

The vast difference between how well seniors think they can perform and their actual proficiencies (according to tests of basic skills and employer evaluations) suggests that many colleges are failing to give students an adequate account of their progress. Grade inflation may also contribute to excessive confidence, suggesting a need to work to restore appropriate standards, although that alone is unlikely to solve the problem. Better feedback on student papers and exams will be even more important in order to give undergraduates a more accurate sense of how much progress they’ve made and what more they need to accomplish before they graduate. 

 Colleges and universities need to reconfigure graduate programs to better prepare aspiring professors for teaching. As late as two or three generations ago, majorities of new Ph.D.s, at least in the better graduate programs, found positions where research was primary, either in major universities, industry or government. Today, however, many Ph.D.s find employment in colleges that are chiefly devoted to teaching or work as adjunct instructors and are not expected to do research.

Aspiring college instructors also need to know much more now in order to teach effectively. A large and increasing body of useful knowledge has accumulated about learning and pedagogy, as well as the design and effectiveness of alternative methods of instruction. Meanwhile, the advent of new technologies has given rise to methods of teaching that require special training. As evidence accumulates about promising ways of engaging students actively, identifying difficulties they are having in learning the material and adjusting teaching methods accordingly, the current gaps in the preparation most graduate students receive become more and more of a handicap.

Universities have already begun to prepare graduate students to teach by giving them opportunities to assist professors in large lecture courses and by creating centers where they can get help to become better instructors. More departments are starting to provide or even require a limited amount of instruction in how to teach. Nevertheless, simply allowing grad students to serve as largely unsupervised teaching assistants, or creating centers where they can receive a brief orientation or a few voluntary sessions on teaching, will not adequately equip them for a career in the classroom.

A more substantial preparation is required and will become ever more necessary as the body of relevant knowledge continues to grow. With all the talk in graduate school circles about preparing doctoral students for jobs outside academe, one has to wonder why departments spend time readying Ph.D. candidates for entirely different careers before they have developed adequate programs for the academic posts that graduate schools are supposed to serve, and that most of their students continue to occupy.

Many departments may fail to provide such instruction because they lack faculty with necessary knowledge, but provosts and deans could enlist competent teachers for such instruction from elsewhere in the university, although they may hesitate to do so, given than graduate education has always been the exclusive domain of the departments. Enterprising donors might consider giving grants to graduate schools or departments willing to make the necessary reforms. If even a few leading universities responded to such an invitation, others would probably follow suit.

Question: How can students seek jobs and career opportunities in Environmental Impact Assessment? What are your recommendations to improve employment and scope in this sector?

Answer:

The scopes of Environmental Science is limited at present in India, but is going to see a plunge in the near future. As you know almost in all sector Environmental Protection is given emphasis, hence Environmental Science graduates have a bigger scope. But as of now the main problem is that the job that should be done by Environmental Post graduates are being done by students of Chemistry, Forestry, Agriculture, Botany etc. This is causing a stiff competition for Env. Sci students.

But there are still a lot of areas where Environmental Postgraduates are preferred.

  1. Environmental Consultancy: Many environmental consultancies like RAMKY, ENZEN etc. are eager to take environmental engineers as Env. Sci. postgraduates have broader knowledge about EIA, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental law etc. Hence because of their versatility, they are preferred over general science students.
  2. Environmental NGO: Green Peace, WWF, CSE Delhi etc. are the primary NGOs which hire environmental science post graduate for multiple jobs ranging from Environmental journalism to Program Managers.
  3. State, National and International Agencies: This includes State SPCB, State EIA, CPCB labs, MOEFCC, CES , UNEP , WHO , UNDP etc. These are the best aspects for Environmental Sci.postgraduates as in these institutes you are directly involved in the decision making process and hence can work directly to help Environment.
  4. Research Lab: Almost all the university and Govt research organisation has an Environmental Department. These labs need JRF or Project Assistants for various projects. These are most preferable for students who intend to pursue career in Research in Environmental Sciences. NET/GATE eligibility is most preferred.
  5. Government PSUs: NTPC, IOCL , CIL etc all have environment departments. They prefer MSc and Mtech in Environmental Engg. They also require GATE/NET Score but few PSUs also take students from their own entrance exams.
  6. Private Industries: Industries like Reliance, Adani Port. WIPRO etc all have environmental departments and they prefer environmental students as they can be employed in multiple roles.

M.Sc Environmental Science has a promising future. Students need to decide what they want to do exactly and go for internship and trainings in their course breaks. Gaining as much skills as possible from internship is important to get good placements.

Question: How can  we minimize atomic war  threat in world?

Answer:

Confronting the reality of the nuclear threat can be a real downer. But, there's good news too. Solving this problem is going to require making the world a much better place for us and our children. To defuse the nuclear threat, we will have to eliminate much of the ignorance, injustice and violence that lead nations to want nuclear weapons in the first place. And, you can play a key role in making that happen.

While solving this problem will require action on the part of world leaders, the first key step must be taken by ordinary citizens like you and me. The 19th century French politician Alexandre Ledru-Rollin is reported to have said: "There go the people. I must follow them, for I am their leader." Any politician who gets too far in front of the crowd ceases to be a leader, so it's up to ordinary people like us to lead the way.

In 1840, questioning slavery was seen as a fool's errand. In that environment, anti-slavery candidate James Birney received just 0.3% of the vote. Twenty years later, Abraham Lincoln could question slavery and still become president – but only after enough ordinary citizens had challenged the societal conviction that slavery was an immutable part of human nature. In the same way, little will change with respect to nuclear weapons until enough of us have the courage to say that the nuclear emperor has no clothes – except for that stupid vest!


Question: How can  we minimize trade war among countries e.g. US - China?

Answer:

The movement toward more restrictive trade policies first became evident immediately following the 1929 business cycle peak. The United States imposed the Smoot-Hawley tariff in June 1930, raising the average tariff on dutiable imports by nearly 20 percent. The increase in American tariffs was deeply resented abroad, particularly as the United States was an international creditor and exports to the U.S. market were already declining. Smoot-Hawley provoked retaliatory responses, notably from its largest trading partner, Canada, as well as from a handful of European countries. Yet, Smoot-Hawley was not the main trigger for the wave of protectionist measures that began in mid-1931. In comparison to what was to come, relatively few countries raised their tariffs in late 1930 and early 1931.

The spark that really caused the world trading system to collapse was the financial crisis in the summer of 1931. The failure of the largest Austrian bank, the Creditanstalt, unsettled financial markets and caused capital flows to seize up. The German government depended on foreign loans to finance its expenditures, and the drying up of those loans triggered a run on the mark. To stop the rapid loss of gold and foreign exchange reserves, the government was forced to impose strict controls on foreign exchange transactions, affecting both capital movements and the finance of trade. In theory, Germany could have devalued, but the reparations agreement fixed its obligation in dollars of constant gold content. This meant that devaluing would have had devastating effects on the public finances. In any case, memories of hyperinflation when the gold standard was in abeyance meant that abandoning the system would have unleashed fears of monetary chaos. Hungary’s financial system also came under pressure but its banking system was closely tied to Austria’s; it imposed controls in July 1931. Other countries such as Chile, which was battered by declining copper prices, followed with controls of their own.

In August, the pressure spread to Britain as trade credits extended to Germany by British merchant banks were frozen. A sharp increase in interest rates did little to stem the Bank of England’s gold losses. Against the backdrop of rising unemployment which rendered the bank reluctant to raise interest rates further, on September 19th Britain abandoned the gold standard and allowed sterling to depreciate. This move sent shockwaves through the world economy. Other countries either followed Britain in going off the gold standard or imposed restrictions on trade and payments as a defensive measure to reduce imports and strengthen the balance of payments. Within days, other countries with close trade and financial ties to Britain—Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden among them—allowed their currencies to depreciate relative to gold. Japan, concluding that its recent resumption of gold convertibility had been a mistake, followed in December.

Other countries responded by imposing exchange controls to stem gold outflows. In September-October 1931, exchange controls were adopted by Uruguay, Colombia, Greece, Czechoslovakia, Iceland, Bolivia, Yugoslavia, Austria, Argentina, Belgium, Norway, and Denmark. In addition, the improvement in the price competitiveness of exports from countries with depreciated currencies prompted defensive countermeasures in countries remaining on the gold standard. A large number of countries ratcheted up their tariffs to block cheap imports. France imposed a 15 percent surcharge on British goods to offset the depreciation of sterling and adopted more restrictive import quotas. Canada and South Africa, which did not delink from gold along with Britain, adopted antidumping duties aimed at imports from Britain. In January 1932, the German government was empowered to raise “equalizing” tariffs on goods coming from countries with depreciated currencies. The Netherlands also broke from its traditional policy of free trade, raising its duties by 25 percent to offset currency depreciation abroad.

This proliferation of restrictions on international trade and payments in the aftermath of Britain’s devaluation dealt a severe blow to world commerce. World trade volume fell 16 percent from the third quarter of 1931 to the third quarter of 1932. Between 1929 and 1932 it fell 25 percent, and nearly half of this reduction was due to higher tariff and nontariff barriers.


What is Environmental Impact Assessment?

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse. Would you help in innovating, and designing sensors and software for Environmental Impact Assessment 

Major branches of environmental sciences are :
  • ATMOSPHEREIC SCIENCES 
    Focuses on earth's atmosphere with an emphasis upon its inter 
    relation to other systems.

  • ECOLOGY 
    It is the interaction between organisms and their environment.

  • ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
    it is the study of chemical alterations in the environment.

  • GEOSCIENCES
    This includes environmental geology, environmental soil sciences, 
    volcanic phenomenon and the evolution of the eartt's crust.


World Champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy

  
Date of Birth and Age                                              
          04-07-1962 , 55 years
                                                                                             
1. Education


Present occupation and address
Associate professor,
Department of Zoology,
S.N.College, Kollam

Address for communication
Dr.Sainudeen Sahib 
S.S.Cottage ,Njarackal,
Perinad-P.O.,
Kollam- 691601

Professional Experience :
Asst/ Asocociate  professor at college level- 17 years
Administrative Experience   - Nil
Teaching and Research Experience  - 17 years

Work Experience

1.EXPERT MEMBER- Ministry of Environment & Forests ( Govt. of    India )
2.EXPERT MEMBER – Indian Council of Medical Research   (ICMR)
3. EXPERT MEMBER –State Board for Wildlife, Govt . of Kerala.
4. EXPERT MEMBER –District Impact Assessment Authority 

Editor, Journal of Scientific Research & Reviews, Egypt
Editor, International Journal of Science and Essays, Lagos, Nigeria. 
Editorial Board, Academic Journals Online (AJO) , New Delhi 
President , Kerala Environmental Researchers Association ( KERA)
    
 Honours/ Awards
Received Environmentalist Award in 2000
Received International Biographical Award of U.K. IN 2005.
Received Consumer Ratna Award 2008
Received Gold medal from Oxford Biological Institute, 2008.
Received Gandhi Bhavan Award, 2008
Received Travancore Samscarika Samiti Award, 2008
NASA named a PLANET after my name in 2008(Pattazhy planet)
Received Indira Gandhi Sadbhawana Award, 2014
Rajiv Gandhi Achievers Award for Educational Excellence , 2014
International Achieves Award for Educational Excellence, 2014
India Nepal Gold Star Award, 2014
Rashtra  Ratna Award , 2014
   
Administrative committees for students welfare in college

Co-ordinator– Nature club ( 2005- 2006, 2010-2011,2011-2012,2012-2013) ,   Science club (2017-2018) 
Member- Discipline committee , Biodiversity club
Tutor in charge – B.Sc  2016-2017 , 2017-2018 
Counselling & Discipline – Member in Discipline committee  2011- 2012 , 2012-2013   


Participation in  Conferences , Seminars, workshop, symposium :

1. Participated in the Workshop on Formulation of Research project proposal for funding at Kollam , S.N.Collge  on 26/9/2007

2. Participated in the two day seminar on Augmentation of ground water resources: problems constraints & challenges at Kollam S.N.College on 29 th and 30th June 2016

3. Participated in the Nature Educational camp conducted by Kerala Forests &Wild life Department on 5/10/2010.

4. Participated n the symposium on Environment & Biodiversity in Kerala : Issues and Remedies in Trivandrum conducted by Institute of Natural Resources Development on 5/6/2003

5. Participated in one day seminar on Sustainable Solid waste Management conducted by New Media, Mumbai in Trivandrum on 26/6/2009

6. Participated in Workshop on Bioinformatics at Kollam S.N.College on 13 th and 14 th July 2011.


Membership/ participation in Bodies  / Committees on Education and National Development

1.Member, The Indian Science Congress Association, 

 2.Member, International Society of Zoological Sciences ( ISZS) 


Publication of articles in Magazines, News papers 

1. Recent trends in applied biology , Current Science, Vol.88,No.3, 10 February 2005
2. Water resource planning and management , Current Science, Vol.88,No.2, 25 January  2005

3. Application of Bioremediation of Heavy metals and Radionuclides on Environment . Science India .The National Science Magazine , 2006 January ,Vol. 9, No. 01.

4. Red rain in the Kerala State. Science India .The National Science Magazine , 2003 November ,Vol. 6, No. 11

5. Impact of Ozone depletion on environment and living beings. The National Science Magazine , 2005 , February ,Vol. 9, No. 02.

6. Geological Factors, Not Algae ,Cause Red Rains. New Indian Express dated 3/8/2015

7. E Waste poses a Health Hazard, Kerala Calling Magazine, Govt.Of Kerala , September 2006


8. Tweet for the Sparrows. Kerala Calling Magazine, Govt.Of  Kerala , April 2014 

9. Dwindling number of Sparrows , Kerala Calling Magazine, Govt.Of Kerala , March 2012 


10. മൊബൈല്‍  ടവറും ആരോഗ്യപ്രശ്നവും
ജനയുഗം ഓണപതിപ്പ് , 2013 


11. Why do patterns and colours appear when we close our eyes? The Hindu , Science corner dated 13/7/2015

12.  Why is sea water salty unlike river water? The  Hindu , Science corner dated 16/4/2014

13. What is the reason behind graying of hair with age?  The Hindu , Science corner dated 03/6/2015

14. All mobile numbers are ten digits .What is the technical reason? The Hindu , Science corner dated 10 /9/2014

15. Why is sea water salty unlike river water? The Hindu , Science corner dated 16 /4/2014


From Shahjahan to Shah Rukh Khan, one may be able to recall many names that have left an impact onIndia and Indians. You might know who Akbar was; you might know who Mahatma Gandhi was, you might know who the Ambanis are; but where are the names of the people who emerge from nowhere and leave a legendary mark for future generations? Recently, another name has been added to the list of the legends, that of Sainudeen Pattazhy, the first Indian after the great scientist Homi J Baba to get his name “stamped” on a celestial body. The National Aeronautical Space Association (NASA) has selected Pattazhy’s name for a minor planet that it discovered in 1989. For him, it’s just the credit of his work in the field of environmental research.

“I was so happy when NASA informed me on Wednesday evening that my name has been selected for naming a minor planet. It’s known as 5178 Pattazhy. Actually, Rajamohan had discovered it in 1989. He proposed my name and NASA accepted it,” Pattazhy said.

Pattazhy’s works include research on Red rains, which were common in Kerala, but their source was mystified. It was thought to be caused by some alien factors. After a great deal of research, he found it to be just a natural phenomenon. The professor’s research proved that the red colour of the rains were due to a geological process and had nothing to do with alien life.

“Regarding red rain, there was an argument that it was alien presence. But that’s just like science fiction. During 2001-02, peculiar geological situation was prevailing in Kerala like caving in of wells and landslides,” he added.

It is a good news that Pattazhy ‘s hardwork has paid off and he has got his due credit. I hope that many scientists whose contributions have been “silently” noteworthy, too get their due credit for their contributions to humanity.

Sanjay Kataria
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Speaking to Fana Watch on mobile phone on May 7, 2008, Dr Sainudeen Pattazhy said the said minor planet was discovered by US-based space scientist Dr Rajmohan in 1989. According to him, it was Dr Rajmohan himself who proposed that the planet be given his name on coming to know of the researches conducted by him on a host of ecological and environmental issues and NASA accepted it. He said he was elated that the remote village Pattazhy in Kollam district has found a 'celestial niche'.

Imagine! If a person comes to know one day that a heavenly body has been named after him, what would be his reaction? This is what happened to Dr Sainudeen (Zainuddin) Pattazhy, an Environmentalist, hailing from Pattazhy, a small village in Kollam district of Kerala. The 46-year old teacher in Sree Narayana College, Kollam is now a different person since Wednesday, April 30, 2008. On this day he received a call on his mobile. Some responsible person from Jet Propulsions Laboratory of the California Institute of Technology under NASA was congratulating him, saying that minor planet “5178 No CD4” has been named after him and it would now be called “5178 Pattazhy”. He couldn’t believe it initially and thought it to be a false call. But when he searched on google, his apprehensions vanished. NASA had honoured him in recognition of his four contributions to environmental science---i. Research on red rain, ii. Control of mosquitoes, iii. Potential health hazards of mobile phone towers, and iv. Eco-Biology of sacred groves. This week Fana Watch chooses Dr Sainudeen Pattazhy as the 14th person for its every Friday column “Person with a Mission”.

He was born on July 4, 1962 at Pattazhy in a middle class educated family. His father K Shamsudeen Sahib, retired.additional registrar, cooperative department and mother Ms H Fathima Kunju, retired.head mistress, got him educated in Kollam. Later, he did his M Sc and Ph D and joined S N College, Kollam as a lecturer.

Dr Sainudeen Pattazhy has got a special interest in environmental issues. He heads the Kerala Environmental Researchers Association. He discovered the cause of red rain and studied the health hazards of mobile phone towers; and soft drinks like colo, pepsi etc; eco-biology of sacred groves; and environmental effects of sand, rock, clay mining, plastic and pesticide pollution. He also invented a new biological method to control mosquitoes. His suggestions on health hazards are still pending with the Union Ministry of Environment. The telecommunication department in Kerala has constituted a committee to study health hazards and suggest measures in the light of his research works.
Sainudeen Pattazhy became popular for his study on the red rain phenomenon in Kerala in recent years, particularly 2001. His research proved that the red colour of the rains were due to a geological process and had nothing to do with alien life. "Regarding red rain, there was an argument that it was alien presence. But that’s just like science fiction. During 2001-02, peculiar geological situation was prevailing in Kerala like caving in of wells and landslides," he added. 

He has got published three dozen research papers in different national and international journals, including those in the USA, UK and Australia. He has been honoured by several Indian, British and American awards for his contributions to environmental science.

According to Wikipedia, as minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the Minor Planet Centre of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAU's naming conventions.

He said: "As a researcher I am glad my work has been recognised by one of the world's most authoritative institutions. I am also grateful to the magnanimity of the discoverer of the planet who proposed my name without knowing me personally." He also expressed his gratitude to NASA for recognizing his work.

The event was so significant that CNN-IBN on May 3, 2008 relayed its live programme on him. It is to point out that this is the only honour given by NASA to an Indian after legendary scientist late Dr H J Bhaba. It is another matter that MIT Linear Laboratory in the USA too chooses young students to promote science education through a programme called Ceres Connection. So far three students Ms Senthalir (“17,091 Senthalir”, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu) and Ms Sharanya (“17,092 Sharanya”, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu), and Bhushan Mahadik (“17095 Mahadik”, Mumbai, 2005) have shared space in the galaxy under this programme.

Minor planets represent material left over from the formation of solar system, most likely never coalesced into a planet because of Jupiter's gravitational influence. There are about 400,000 minor planets or asteroids in the solar system out of which 185,685 have already been numbered by the International Astronomical Union (IAU). Around 14,000 of them have been given names. The first minor planet was discovered in 1801 and named 'Ceres' the Roman Goddess. And, the latest is “5178 Pattazhy”, found in 1989 and named in 2008.

He is married to Souda Beegum, a government servant. He has two sons Nikhil Sainudeen and Nithin Sainudeen, studying in school.
This is the story of a scientist, dedicating himself to the cause of humanity through his researches in environmental science. According to K A Siddique Hassan, Naib Ameer, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, he is a scientist with firm belief in religion---perhaps, believing in eminent scientist Prof Albert Einstein’s famous dictum “science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind”.

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 Dr. Ingo Schmidt from Germany is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Rheumatology (metacarpophalangeal joints) World Cup


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 Dr. Osayande Osaretin Julie from Belgium is World Champion - 2018 in Clinical Studies (Genetic Engineering ) World Cup 



 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Endoscopic Treatment World Cup


 Dr. Afonin Sergey Mikhailovich from Russia is the World Champion-2018 in Physics (Electromagnetoelastic Actuators) World Cup 


 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Water Politics) World Cup 


 Dr. Hyun Woo Kang from Korea wins World Championship - 2018 in Nutrition Research (Functional Food) World Cup



  Dr. Jubilee Purkayastha from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology World Cup



    Dr. Eke Onyebuchukwu Desmond, Dr. Chukwumobi Nkechinyere Anulika, Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu and Dr Innocent Chukwuemeka Okoye from Nigeria are World Champions - 2018 in Medical Sciences (Social Medicine) World Cup


 Dr. Gopa Saha Roy from India is World Champion - 2018 in Sports Science (Anaerobic Thresholds) World Cup



 Dr. Abosede Adebola Otemuyiwa from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Semiotics World Cup


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 Dr. Belghmaidi Sarah from Morocco is the World Champion -2018 in Medical Science (Corneal Tuberculosis) World Cup


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 Kraleti Lakshmi Yaso Tejaswini from India is World Champion-2018 in Agriculture Sciences (Correlation) World Cup


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 Dr. Manoj Gupta from Singapore is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biomedical Science World Cup


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Dr. Bakulranjan Jana from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Physico –chemical Characters) World Cup


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 Prof Swapna Chaudhuri from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Oncology (Molecular Immunology) World Cup 


 Dr. Justina Ifeoma Ofuebe from Nigeria is World Champion-2018 in Yoga (Educational Research) World Cup 

Mr. Mohammedsaeed Ganjoor from Iran is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Genetics (Aquaculture) World Cup


 Dr. Yasuko Fukaya from Japan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Nursing (Clinical Communication) World Cup 


 Prof. Dr. B.M. Patil from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Proteomics (Mutation) World Cup 


  Prof., MD Tarık Kıvrak from Turkey is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Cardiology (Pulmonary Atherosclerosis) World Cup 


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Dr. Ubogu Monday from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biological Science World Cup 


 Dr. Halima Zugher Hussein from Iraq is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Agriculture (Detoxification) World Cup 


 Dr. Kendre Govind Manikrao from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Pediatrics (Antiretroviral Therapy) World Cup


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CityPopulation (Census 2011)Area (sq kms)Interesting Facts about Indian Cities
Mumbai18414288603Financial capital of the country.
Delhi110078351484Political capital through antiquity, medieval and modern India.
Kolkata146178821886Port city on the east coast of India is one of the most densely populated areas.
Chennai46810871189Hub of the Indian automobile industry.
8,474, 970742Also known as India's Silicon Valley for its IT industry.
Hyderabad6809970650Known for its old world nawabi culture and biotechnology industry.
Jaipur307335011117Known as the Pink City for its palaces and royal culture. One of India's top tourist destinations.
Jabalpur10543365211Army Headquarters for five central Indian states located here.
Agra1727275188India's top tourist destination and home to the Taj Mahal.
Varanasi12018151550The oldest Indian city and Hindu pilgrim spot.
Lucknow2815601850Former cultural capital of north India. Known for its silk fabric and nawabi cuisine.
Kanpur27670311640Important center for heavy industry, technology and food processing in north India.
Allahabad11170945424Former name was "Prayag", one of the oldest Indian cities. Today also known as city of prime ministers as half of Indian Prime minister either belonged to the city or got elected from here.
Ahmedabad5570585464Textile city in Gujarat, also known as the "Manchester of the East."
Chandigarh960787114City with the highest per capita income in the country.
Amritsar1132761 Home to the Golden Temple and a top Sikh pilgrimage.
Aizawl291822457Largest city in Mizoram with a literacy rate of 88%.
Bhopal1795648698One of India's greenest industrial cities.
Bhubaneshwar837737419City of temples in east India is situated at the site of the ancient Kalinga.
Bhilai625697119India's steel city. Has a literacy rate of 87%.
Coimbatore1061447246Known as 'Manchester of India" Hub of cotton textile industry.
Darjeeling13201611Himalayan city in north West Bengal. Famous for its tea plantations.
Dehradun578420------Capital of Uttarakhand and has an average literacy rate of 89%.
Faridabad14046532151Largest city in Haryana. Known for its industries.
Ghaziabad16360682590 (area of Ghaziabad district)With a literacy rate of 93%, it is UP's most industrialized city.
Noida642381203One of the planned industrial cities in UP.
Guwahati963429556Largest city in Assam and the largest metro area in north-east India.
Gwalior1053505362Historic city in central India, known for its strategic location and now a hub of education in the region.
Gurgaon8768241253 (area of Gurgaon district)Haryana's Millennial city ranks very high on per capita income.
Haridwar22523513Pilgrim city in Uttarakhand. Famous as the venue of the Kumbh Mela.
Imphal26498629.57Capital of Manipur. Has a literacy rate of 91% which is higher than the national average.
Jalandhar8621963401Hub of sports goods manufacture in the country
Jammu503690 Winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir and home to the popular Vaishno Devi pilgrimage.
Jamshedpur629659149India's first planned industrial city. Famous for its iron and steel industry.
Jhansi507293167Gateway to the Bundelkhand region in central India.
Kochi60157495Port city on the west coast of India and the most densely populated city of Kerala.
Kozhikode432097128Ancient city of Spices and now one of the best residential cities in India
Ludhiana1613878310Largest city in Punjab and a major industrial city in north India.
Madurai1016885148One of the oldest cities in the world. An important cultural and education hub in south Tamil Nadu.
Meerut1309023272The city has the second largest army cantonment and is an educational hub in western Uttar Pradesh.
Mysore887446129Cultural capital of Karnataka. Known for its silk and paintings.
Nagpur2405421217One of the cleanest cities in the country. Known as a trade center for oranges.
Nashik1486973264City on the Western Ghats , known for its pleasant climate and wine industry.
Nellore50525813076 (area of the Nellore district)One of the fastest developing cities in Andhra Pradesh and is known for its agricultural products such as rice and jowar.
Patna1683200210Ancient seat of learning and the modern capital of Bihar.
Pune3115431244Largest city in the western Ghats. An educational hub of the area and a growing industrial city.
Raipur1010087226Capital of Chhattisgarh. Has a literacy rate of 87%.
Rajahmundry343903212On the banks of the river Godavari, it is one of the biggest cloth and bullion markets of the country.
Rajkot1286995170With an average literacy of 80%, it is one of the fastest growing cities of Gujarat.
Ranchi1073440175Capital of Jharkhand and with a literacy rate of 77%, one of the industrialized cities of the country.
Ratlam26481039One of the best cities to buy gold in the country.
Solapur951118149Top industrial city of Maharastra
Srinagar1192792294Capital of J&K, on the banks of the river Jhelum, and famous for its natural Himalayan beauty.
Surat4462002326Fastest growing city in the country known for its diamond business.
Siliguri50970942Biggest city in north Bengal and an important transit hub for north east India.
Thiruvanthapuram752490214Largest city in Kerala. Known educational hub and IT destination in the country.
Vishakhapatnam1730320544Important port city on the southeast coast of the country.
Thane1818872147Mumbai's most populated suburb.

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Where can we find transformation of universities by intellectual celebrity World Champion"Dr.Sainudeen Pattazhy"?
The Legend celebrity "Dr.Sainudeen Pattazhy" is influencing all Academic Universities in India with world class achievements -

Andhra Pradesh


Acharaya Nagarjuna University
Address: Nagarjuna Nagar Guntur
Adikavi Nannaya University
Address: 25-07-9/1,
Jayakrishnapuram Rajahmundry
Dr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences
Address: NH 16 Service Road, Gunadala,
NH 16 Service Road, Gunadala,
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh 520008
Andhra University
Address: Waltair Junction, Visakhapatnam,
Andhra Pradesh 530003
Dr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences
Address: NH 16 Service Road, Gunadala,
NH 16 Service Road, Gunadala,
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh 520008
Andhra University
Address: Visakhapatnam
Dr. B.R.Ambedkar University
Address: Srikakulam, Etcherla
Dravidian University
Address: Kuppam-517 425 Dist :
Chitoor, A.P.
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Address: Pithapuram Road, Kakinada
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Address:
Anantpur Andhra Pradesh -515002
Krishna University
Address: Andhra Jateeya Kalasala, Campus, Rajupeta Machllipatanam
Rayalaseema University
Address: Kurnool-518 002
Sri krishnadevaraya University
Address: Sri Venkateswarpuram-515055 Anantur
Sri Padmavati Mahila Vishwavidyalayam
Address: Padmavathi Puram, Near West Railway Station, Tirupati – 517 502
Sri Venkateswara University
Address: Tirupati- 517 502. A.P.
Sri Venkateswara Vedic University
Address: Administrative Office, Dr.Y.S.R. Bhavan, Tirupati-517502 Chittoor Dist, Andhra Pradesh
Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University
Address: Alipiri-Chandragiri Bypass Road Tirupati
Yogi Vemana University
Address: Vemanapuram, Kadapa-516 003
Vikram Simhapuri University
Address: Dargamitta, Nellore -524 003
Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University
Address: Palace Layout Pedawaltair, Visakhapatnam
Dr. Y.S.R. Horticultural Univerity
Address: P.O. Box No. 7 Venkataramannagudem West Godavari Distt. ,Andhra Pradesh-536 101
Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences
Address: Triupati-517 507


Assam

Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit & Ancient Studies University
Address: Vill-Namati, P.O.- Hati Namati Dist-Nalbari, Assam
Assam Science & Technology University
Address: Kohilipara, Guwahati
National Law University and Judicial Academy
Address: NEJOTI Building, B.K. Kakati Road Bholanath Mandir Parh,
Ulubari Guwahati
Bodoland University
Address: Debargaon, P.O. Rangalikhata Kokrajhar BTC, Assam
Assam Rajiv Gandhi University of Co-operative Management

Address: Sivasagar Guwahati

Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University
Address: Last Gate,Dispur Guwahati-781 006
Gauhati University
Address: Gopinath Bardoloi Nagar, Guwahati-781014
Dibrugarh University
Address: Dibrugarh, PIN – 786 004

Assam Agricultural University
Address: Jorhat – 785 013
Cotton University
Address: Post Box No. 177 Panbazar, Guwahati
Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences
Address: Narakasur Hilltop, Bhangagarh Guwahati
Assam Women’s University
Address: Jorhat Assam


Bihar

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University
Address: Muzzaffarpur – 842 001
Bhupender Narayan Mandal University
Address: Laloo Nagar, Madhepura, PIN – 852 113
Chanakya National Law University
Address: Nyaya Nagar, Mithapur, Patna-800001
Kameshwar Singh.Darbhanga Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
Address: Kamcshwar Nagar Darbhanga 846 008
Jai Prakash vishwavidyalaya(university)
Address: Chapra, PIN- 841 301
Lalit Narayan Mithila University
Address: Darbhanga PIN – 846 008
Magadh University
Address: Bodhgaya
Maulana Mazharul Haque Arabic & Persian University
Address: 3, Polo Road, Patna 800 006
Nalanda Open University
Address: 3rd Floor, Biscomum Bhawan, West Gandhi, Maidan, Patna
Arybhatta Knowledge University
Address: A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies Campus(West) North Gondhi Maidan, Patna
Patna University
Patna, PIN – 800 005.
T.M. Bhagalpur University
Bhagalpur
Bihar Agricultural University
Sabour (BhagalPur)
Rajendra Agricultural University
Pusa Samastipur-848125

Chandigarh

Punjab University
Chandigarh, PIN – 160 014


Chhattisgarh

Ayush and Health Sciences University of Chhattisgarh
G.E. Road , Raipur
Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
Krishak Nagar Raipur – 492 012.(Chattisgarh)
Bilaspur Vishwavidyalaya
Village & Post Sendri Bilaspur
Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalaya
Khairagarh-491881.(Chattisgarh)
Pt. Sundarlal Sharma (Open) University

Bilaspur, Vyapar Vihar, Bilaspur-495001

Bastar Vishwavidyalaya
Jagdalpur, Dist.: Bastar Chhattisgarh -494005
Pt.Ravishankar Shukla University
Raipur – 492 010
Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanad Technical University
North Park Avenue , Sector-8 Bhilai, Durg-490009 Chatisgarh
Sarguja University
Ambikapur
Chhattisgarh Kamdhenu Vishwavidyalaya
Anjora ,Durg , Chhattisgarh
Kushabhau Thakre Patrakarita Avam
Jansanchar Vishwavidyalaya
Raipur (Chattisgarh)
International Institute of Information Technology
Plot No.-7, Sector 24, Near Purkhoti, Muktangan, Naya Raipur


Delhi

Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research University
DISPAR Campus, Sector – III, Pushp Vihar, M B Road
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha Vishwavidyalaya

Sector_16C, Dwarka New Delhi

National Law University
Sector-14, Dwarka New Delhi-110 078
Delhi Technological University
Shahbad Daultapur, Bawana Road, Delhi
Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology
Near Govind Puri Metro Station, Okhala Industrial Estate, Okhla Phase III , Delhi-110020
Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD)
Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate Delhi , Delhi-110006

Goa

Goa University
Teleiogao Plateau, Goa – 403 206


Gujarat

Gujarat Agricultural University
Sardar Krushinagar Banaskantha
Children’s University
Subhash Chandra Bose Shikshan Sankul Sector-20, Gandhinagar
Gujarat Ayurveda University
Chanakya Bhavan, Jamnagar-361 008
Swarnim Gujarat Sports University
Sector-19, Punit Van Road, Near : Suvidha Kenra PTC Building Campus, Gandhinagar
Gujarat National Law University

Attalika Avenue Knowledge Corridor, Koba Gandhinagar – 382007

Saurashtra University
Kalavad Road Rajkot Gujarat
Gujarat Technological University

2nd Floor, ACPC Building, L.D. Engineering College Campus Ahmedabad

Shree Somnath Sanskrit University
Ta: Veraval District Junagarh , Gujarat
Gujarat University
P.B.No.4010, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad – 380 009
Veer Narmad South Gujarat University
Surat , Gujarat -395 007
Dharmsinh Desai University
P.Box No. 35 College Road, Nadiad-387001
Sardar Patel University
P.B. No. 10, Vallabh Vidyanagar Anand-388 120
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University
Sarkhej- Gandhinagar Highway, Opp. Shree Balaji Temple, Chharodi, Ahmedabad-382481
Junagarh Agricultural University
Junagarh , Gujarat -362 001
Anand Agricultural University
Anand , Gujarat
Gujarat University of Transplantation Sciences
IKDRC-ITS Premises, Civil Hospital Campus, Asarwa, Ahmedabad
CEPT University
University Road Navrangpura,Ahmedabad-380009
Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management
Near Khokhara Circle Maninagar (East), Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University
Gauri Shankar Lake Road, Bhavnagar
Navsari Agriculture University
Navsari , Gujarat -396450
Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University
Rajmahal Road, Patan- 384 265
Bhakta Kavi Narsinh Mehta University
C/o Govt. Polytechnic College Bilkha Road Khadiya, Junagadh
Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma Kachchh University
CS-60, Jubilee Ground Bhuj-Kachchh
Shri Govind Guru University
Government Polytechnic Campus, Gadukpur,Godhra, Dist. Panchmahals , Gujarat -389001
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Vadodara, Opp. Drug. Lab. PIN – 390 002
Kamdhenu University
Krushibhavan, Sector 10 A, Block B, Podium Level, Gandhinagar
Gujarat Forensic Sciences University
Sector-18/A, Near Police Bhavan, Gandhinagar
Indian Institute of Teacher Education
Govt. College Campus Nr. Mahatma Mandir, G-4, Sector-15 Gandhinagar


Haryana

Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University
Chandu-Budhera Gurgaon-Badli Road, Gurgaon, Haryana
YMCA University of Science & Technology
Faridabad , Haryana -121006
Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University
Dudhola Palwal Sector-18, Gurugram
Maharishi Dayanand University
Rohtak PIN – 124 001
Indira Gandhi University
Meerpur,Rewari
Kurukshetra University
Kurukshetra, PIN – 136 119
Ch. Bansi Lal University
Bhiwani
Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
Khanpur Kalan Sonipat
Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University
Jind
Chaudhary Devi Lal University
Sirsa Haryana -125 055
State University of Performing and Visual Arts
Sector-6 Rohtak
Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram University of Sciences & Technology
Murthal, Haryana-131039
Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences
Rohtak-124001
Choudary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University
Hissar – 125 004
Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences
Hisar, Haryana -125004
Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology
HISAR – 125 001


Himachal Pradesh

Dr. Y.S.Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry
Nauni, Solan-173230 (H.P)

Himachal Pradesh University
Summer Hills Shimla – 171 005
Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidyalaya
Palampur-176 062 (H.P.) Tehsil, Palampur,Dist.-Kangra

Himachal Pradesh Technical University
Government Polytechnic, Baru, Hamirpur , Himachal Pradesh


Jammu and Kashmir

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
Sub-post office-182320 Katra,J&K

Jammu University
Baba Saheb Ambedkar Road, Jammu Tawi – 180 004
Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science & Technology

Shalimar Campus P.B.No 262 Srinagar-190 001

Kashmir University
Hazratbal, Srinagar, PIN – 190 006. (J & K)
Islamic University of Sciences & Technology University
University Avenue,Awantipora Pulwama-192 122 Kashmir
Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University
Rajouri Camp Office, Bye Pass- Road,Chinnai Himmat, Jammu

 Jharkhand

Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University
Old Judicial Academy (Shri Krishna Lok Prashashan Sansthan Parisar) Mayors Road, Ranchi

Sido Kanhu University
Santhal Pargana, Dumka, PIN – 814 101
Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University
Old Judicial Academy Mayors Road Ranchi
Ranchi University
Ranchi, PIN – 834 008
Birsa Agricultural University
Kanke Ranchi – 834 006
Nilamber-Pitamber University
Madininager, Palamu-822101
Kolhan University
Chaibasa, West Singhbhum

National University of Study & Research in Law
Polytechnic Campus, BIT Mesra, Ranchi


Karnataka

Vesveswaraiah Technological University
Jnana Sangama, Belgaum-590018
Kannada University
Vidyaranya, Hospet Taluk Hampi (Dt. Bellary) 583276
Karnataka Sanskrit University
Sri Chamarajendra Sanskrit College campus, Pampa Mahakavi Road,Chamarajpet Bangalore
Karnataka State Women University
Bijapur Karnataka-586101
KSGH Music and Performing Arts University
LJB Road, Near Ashoka Circle Ladshmipuram, Mysore
Karanataka University
Karnatak University, Pavate Nagar, Dharwad, PIN – 580 003
Karnataka Folklore University
#2/106, KASSIA Bldg, 3rd Floor, 17th Cross, Magadi Chord Road Vijayanagar, Banglore
Karanataka Veterinary, Animal & Fisheries Science University
Nandinagar PB No.6,Bidar-58540
Rani Channamma University
Vidyasangama,N.G-4, P.B Highway, Belagavi , Karnataka -591156
Mangalore University

Mangalagaongothri Mangalore – 574 199

Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadevaraya University
Jnana Sagara Campus, Vinayaka Nagar, Contonment,Bellary , Karnataka -583104
Mysore University
Crawford Hall, Mysore – 570 005
National law School of India University
PB.7201, Nagarbhavi Bangalore – 560 072
Kuvempu University
Gnana Sahyadri,Dt.Shimoga PIN -577 451
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science
Jayanagar Bangalore – 560 041
Bangalore University
Jnana Bharathi, Bangalore, Karnataka -560056
Tumkur University
Vishwavidyanilaya Karyalaya B.H. Road, Tumkur, Karnataka -572 103
Gulbarga University
Jnana Ganga, Gulbarga, PIN – 585 106
University of Agricultural Sciences
GKVK – Campus, Bangalore -560 024
Davangere University
Shivagangothri Davangere Karnataka-577002
University of Agricultural Sciences

Krishi Nagar, Dharwad – 580 005

Karnataka State Rural Development and Panchayat Raj University
Raitha Bhavana, General Cariappa Circle, Gadag, Karnataka- 582101
Karanataka State Law University
Navanagar, Hubli-580025
University of Agricultural Sciences
Lingasuguru Road, Raichur , Karnataka -584104
Karanataka State Open University
Manasangangotri Mysore-570006
Bengaluru North University
Devaraj Urs Extension, Tamaka Kolar
University of Horticultural Sciences
Bagalkot,Udyanagiri Near Seemikeri Cross, Bagalkot
Bengaluru Central University
Central College Campus, Dr. Ambedkar Veedhi Bengaluru


Kerala

A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technological University
CET Campus, Thiruvananthapuram
Mahatma Gandhi Unversity
Kottayam, PIN – 686 560
Thunchath Ezhuthachan Malayalam University
Mohan Vilas, Pukayil PO. Tirur, Malappuram District.
Kannur University
Mangattuparamba Kannur-Distt – 670 567

Cochin Unviersity of Science & Technology
Kochi, Cochin – 682 022

Kerala University
Thiruvananthapuram , Kerala
Calicut University
Calicut University P.O. Malappuram District Calicut
Kerala Agricultural Unviersity
Vellanikkara, Thrissur – 680 654
Kerala University of Fisheries & Ocean Studies
Ranangarh Kochi
Shree Sankaracharaya University of Sanskrit
P.B.No. 14, Kalady District, Ernakulam Kalady
Kerala Veterinary & Animal S ciences University
Pookot, Lakkidi PO Wayanad , Kerala

National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS)
Kaloor, Kochi-682017


Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh Pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishwavidyalaya
Civil Lines Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh -482001
Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya
Chitrakoot District Satna
Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi Vishwavidyalaya
M.P. Bhoj (Open) University Campus Kolar Marg Bhopal
Maharshi Panini Sanskrit Evam Vedic Vishwavidyalaya
B.M.birla Shodh Sansthan Parisar, Dewas Road, Ujjain
Raja Mansingh Tomar Music & Arts University
Mahadaji Chowk Achaleshwar Marg Gwalior
M.P.Bhoj (open) University
Redcross Bhawan ,Old Confidential Building, Bhopal-462026
Vikram University
Ujjain, PIN – 456 010
Barkatullaah University
Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal – 462 026
Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
Opp. Mela Ground Race Course Road Gwalior
Awadesh Pratap Singh University
Rewa – 486 003, Madhya Pradesh
National Law Institute University
Bahahdbhada Road Barkeri Kalan Bhopal
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya
R.N.Tagore Marg, Indore

Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya
Jabalpur – 482 001

Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies
2nd Floor, Institute of Good Governance & Policy Analysis Bhadbhada Square, Bhopal
Rajiv Gandhi Prodoyogiki Vishwavidyalaya
Airport Bypass Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal 462036
Maharaja Chhatrasal Bundelkhand Vishwavidyalaya
Chhatarpur
Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
Krishinagar Jabalpur-482 004
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University of Social Sciences
Dr. Ambedkar Nagar, Mhow-453441 Dist-Indore
Jiwaji University
Gwalior PIN – 474 001

Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism & Communication
Journalism E-8,Trilochan Nagar Bhopal-462 039


Maharashtra

Maharashtra National Law University
Post Box No. 8338, Deonar, Mumbai
Shivaji University
Vidyanagar, Kolhapur – 416 004
Maharashtra National Law University
Government B.Ed College Campus, Padampura, Aurangabad
Smt. Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women’s University
1,Nathibai Thackersay Rd. Mumbai – 400 020
Maharashtra National Law University,
Training Institute(JOTI), Civil Lines, C P Club Road, Nagpur
Solapur University
Solapur University, Solapur Solapur Pune national Highway
Kegaon,Solapur-413255
Dr. Babasaheb AmbedkarTechnological University
P.O. Goregaon Lonere-402103, Dt-Raigad
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Dnyateerth,Vishnupuri, Nanded-431606
Dr. Punjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth
Krishinagar Akola – 444 104
The Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University
Nagpur
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
Aurangabad-431 004
Gondwana University
M.I.D.C. Road Complex Godchiroli, Maharashtra

Maharahtra University of Health Sciences
Anand Valley, Gangapur Road Nashik-422 005

Yashwant Rao Chavan Maharashtra Open University
Dnyangangotri, Near Gangapur Dam,Nasik-422222
Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University
High Land driv Road Seminary Hills, Nagpur-440 006
Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth
Dapoli District Ratnagiri
Marathwada Agricultural University
Parbhani – 431 402
Savitribai Phule Pune University
Ganeshkhind Pune
Mumbai University
M.G.Road, Fort
North Maharashtra University
P.B.No.80, Jalgaon, Umavinagar, PIN – 425 001 M.S
Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth
Rahuri Dt.Ahmednagar – 413 722

Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University
Camp, ti, Amravati-444602

 Manipur

Manipur Technical University
Takyelpat, Imphal
Manipur University of Culture
Palace Compound, Imphal East


Orissa

Odisha State Open University
G.M. University Campus, Budharaja, Sambalpur

Utkal University
Vani Vihar, Bhubaneshwar – 751 004
International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT)
Gothaparna, P.O-Malipada, Bhubaneswar
Utkal University of Culture
PB No.4,Sardar Patel Hall Comp Unit 2,Bhubaneswar 751009
Khallikote University
Berhampur Ganjam
Shri Jagannath Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
PURI – 752 001
Gangadhar Meher University
Sambalpur
Orissa University Of Agriculture & Technology
Bhubaneshwar – 751 003
Rama Devi Women’s University
Bhubaneswar odisha

Ravenshaw University
Cuttack

North Orissa University
Baripada, District Mayurbhanj , Bhuabaneswar
Sambalpur University

Jyoti Vihar, Burla, Sambalpur – 768 019

National Law University
P.O.Box-28, Cuttack-753001 Orissa
Fakir Mohan University
Vyas Vihar, Nuapadhi Balasore-756 020
Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology
P.O. Burla Engg. College, Distt. Sambalpur, Orissa
Berhampur University
Berhampur, Bhanja Bihar, Dt. Ganjam PIN-760 007


Punjab

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences
Sadiq Road Faridkot-151 203 Panjab
Punjabi University
Patiala, PIN – 147 002
Guru Nanak Dev University
Amritsar PIN – 143 005
The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law
Mohindra Kothi,Patiala-147 001
Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University
Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana Punjab-141004
Guru Ravidas Ayurved University
Jodhmal Hohiarpur, Punjab
Punjab Agriculture University
Ludhiana – 141 004
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University
Dabwali Road Bathinda


Rajasthan

Raj Rishi Bhartrihari Matsya University
Girls Hostel Building Babu Shobharam
Government Arts College Campus Alwar
Vardhman Mahaveer Open University
Rawatbhata, Road Kota RAJASTHAN- 324 021
Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Law University
89, Royal House, Khawasji Ka Bagh Durgapura, Tonk Road, Jaipur
Maharaja Ganga Singh University
National Highway No.-15 Jaisalmer Road Bikaner
Shekhawati University
Behind Shri Kalyan Government College Sikar
National Law Universituy
NH-65,nagaur Road, Mandor Jodhpur – 342304
Rajiv Gandhi Tribal University
Udaipur
Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agriculture University
Beechwal, Sriganganagar Road, Bikaner
Maharaja Surajmal Brij University
M.S.J. College, Campus
Maharaja Surajmal Brij, University M.S.J. College,
Campus Bharatpur
Rajasthan Ayurveda University
City office,82,Income Tax Col. Paota’C’Road, Jodhpur
Rajasthan University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences
Bikaner
Rajasthan Technical University
Rawat bhata Road Kota-324 010

Sardar Patel University of Police, Security & Criminal Justice
Opp. Gramin Police line Mathania Road, Daijar Jodhpur

Rajasthan University
Jaipur, PIN – 302 004
Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication
Information Center Sawai Ramsingh Road Jaipur
Rajasthan University of Health Sciences
B-1,Swai Man Singh Road(Opp SMS Hospital) Jaipur
Mohan Lal Shukhadia University
Udaipur
University of Kota

Kota Rajasthan

Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati University
Pushkar Bye Pass Ajmer – 305 001

Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Sanskrit University
Village:Madau, Post :Bhankrota Jaipur-302026

Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture & Technology
P.O.Box-171 , New Campus Udaipur-313001
Jai Naraim Vyas University
Jodhpur PIN – 342 001


Tamil Nadu

Madaras University
Chepauk Chennai
Tamil University
Trichy Road, Thanjavur
Madurai Kamraj University
Palkainagar, Madurai-625 021.(T.N.). ,
Tamil Nadu –
Tamilnadu Agricultural University
Coimbatore-641 003
Mother Teresa Women’s University
Ananda Giri IV Street, Kodaikanal
Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University

Poompozhil,5.Dr.D.G.S. dinakaran Salai, Raja Annamalai Puram, Chennai-600028

Manonmaniam Sundarnar University
Tirunelvelli – 627 008
Tamilnadu Dr. M.G.R.Medical University
Guindy Chennai- 600 032
Anna University
Sardar Patel Road Guindy Chennai
Tamilnadu Physical Educaton and Sports University
8th Floor,EVA Sampat Maaligai, college Road, Chennai-600006
Annamalai University
Annamalainagar
Tamilnadu Veterinary & Animal Sciences University
Chennai-600 007
Alagappa University
Alagappa Nagar, Alagappapuram Karaikudi Sivagangai District
Periyar University
Govt. College of Engineering – Campus, Salem- 636 011 (T.N.)
Bharathiar University
Coimbatore, PIN – 641 046
Tamil Nadu Music and Fine Arts University
Dr. D.G.S. Dinakaran Salai Chennai
Bharathidasan University
Palkalaiperur Tiruchirappalli PIN – 620 024
Tamil Nadu Fisheries University
First Linebeach Road Nagapattinam
Thiruvalluvar University
Serkkadu, Vellore Vellore District Tamil Nadu
Tamilnadu National Law School
Navalur Kuttapattu, Srirangam Taluk Tiruchirapalli
Tamil Nadu Open University
No. 577, Anna Salai, Saidapet, Chennai
Tamil Nadu Teacher Education University
Lady Willingdon College Campus, Kamarajar Salai, Chennai-600005


Telangana

Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University
Rajendranagar Hyderabad
Satavahana University
Jyothinagar, Karimnagar
Sri Konda Laxman Telangana State Horticultural University
Rajendranagar Hyderabad
Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technology
Ground Floor,Vindhya C-4 Building IIIT-H Campus, Gachibowli Hyderabad
Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences
Punjagutta Hyderabad
Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University
Mahaveer Marg, Masab Tank, Hyderabad
Potti Sreeramulu Teugu Universtity
Lalitakala -Kshetram Hyderabad-500004
Acharaya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University
Rajendranagar Hyderabad

National Academy of Legal Studies & Research University
Hyderabad

Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Open University
Jubilee Hills Hyderabad – 500 033
Osmania University
Hyderabad, PIN – 500 007
Mahatma Gandhi University
Panagal,Nalgonda-500 803
Palamuru University
Ayyappa Complex Opp. Police Head Quarters, Mahabubnagar-509001
Kakatiya University
Kakatiya University, Warangal, Vidyaranyapuri
Telangana University
Dichpally Nizamabad- 503 322

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Kukatpally Hyderabad – 500 085

 Tripura

Maharaja Bir Bikram University
Agartala Tripura


Uttar Pradesh

Allahabad State University
CPI Parisar, Civil Lines, Allahabad
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University
Agra-282 004
Siddharth University
kapilvastu, Siddharth Nagar
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Awadh University
Faizabad-224 001
Harcourt Butler Technical University
Kanpur
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University
Sector-D-1,L.D.A.Kanpur Road Scheme Lucknow
Banda University of Agriculture & Technology
Banda Uttar Pradesh
Dr. Shakuntala Misra National Rehabilitation University
5th Floor, Administrative Building Mohaan Road, Lucknow

Jananayak Chandrashekhar University
Ballia
Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University
Gorakhpur PIN – 273 009
Uttar Pradesh University of Medical Sciences
Saifai, Etawah
Choudary Charan Singh University
Meerut – 200 005
U.P. Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishwavidhyalaya Evam Go-Anusandhan Sansthan
Mathura Uttar Pradesh
Bundelkhand University
Kanpur Road, Jhansi, PIN – 284 128
Madan Mohan Malaviya University of Technology
Gorakhpur
Chandr Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture & Technology
Kanpur – 208 002
Gautam Buddha University
Greater Noida, Dist: Gautam Budh – Nagar, Uttar Pradesh- 201 308
Chatrapati Sahuji Maharaj Kanpur University
Kalyanpur, KANPUR-208 024
King Georges Medical University
Lucknow, U.P
Mahamaya Technical University
C-22, Sector-62 Noida G.B. Nagar
Mahatam Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth
Varanasi-221 002
Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Urdu, Arabi-Farsi University
Sitapur – Hardoi Bypass Road, Near I.I.M. Lucknow
Narendra Deo University of Agriculture & Technology
Kumarganj, Faizabad – 224 229
Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University
Shahganj Road, Jaunpur PIN-222002
M.J.P. Rohilkhand University
Doli Lal Agarwal Marg, Bareilly
Uttar Pradesh Technical University
Sitapur Road Lucknow
Lucknow University
Lucknow, PIN – 226 007
U.P.King George’s University of Dental Sciences
Lucknow
Sampurnanand Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
Varanasi – 221 002
U.P. Rajarshi Tandon Open University
University Campus, Shantipuram (Sector-F)Phaphamau Allahabad-211013


Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand Sanskrit University
NH-58, BHEL More, Haridwar-Delhi National Highway, P.O. Bahadarabad Haridwar

Kumaun University
Nanital, PIN – 263 001
Uttarakhand Technical University
A-12, Saraswati Vihar, lover Aghoe- wala, Dehradun
Veer Chandra Singh Garhwali Uttarakhand University of Horticulture & Forestry
Bharsar, Pauri Garhwal Uttrakhand
Uttarakhand Open University
Near Transport Nagar,Teen Pani By Pass Road Post Office:- Industrial Estate Haldwani (Nainital)
Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Medical Education University
124, Ganga Vihar Opposite Roadways Workshop Haridwar Road, Dehradun
Doon University
Campus Office 388/2, Indira Nagar Dehradun
Uttarakhand Ayurved University
7-A, Pleasant Valley Rajpur Road Dehradun
G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & TechnologyPantnagar
Udham Singh Nagar-263 145

Sri Dev Suman Uttarakhand Vishwavidyalaya
Badshahithaul, Tehri Garhwal


West Bengal

Raiganj University
P.O. Raiganj, Dist. Uttar Dinajpur West Bengal
West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences
Kolkata -700 037
The Sanskrit College and University
Bankim Chaterjee Street Kolkata
Vidya Sagar University
PO. -Vidyasagar University Midnapore-721102, Dist.-paschim Mediripur
Kazi Nazrul University

Old ADDA Office Building (behind Asansol Girls College), PO – Asansol, Dist – Burdwan

Uttar Banga Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
P.O. Pundibari, Distt.- Cooch Behar, West Bengal-736165
Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University
Vibekananda Road Cooch Behar
The West Bengal University of Health Sciences
DD-36, Secotor-1 Salt Lake Kolkata
Diamond Harbour Women’s University
South 24 Parganas
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Science
Aranya Bhavan, 10A LA Blk.,S.L City,Calcutta
Bankura University
Puabagan Camp Office, PO Bhagabandh, Dist. Bankura
The Bengal Engineering & Science University
Shibpur Howrah
West Bengal University of Teachers, Training, Education Planning and Administration
25/2 & 25/3, Ballygunge Circular Road Kolkata ,
West Bengal -700019
Presidency University
86/1 College Street Kolkata
Jadavpur University

Jadavpur University, Kolkatta, PIN – 700 032

Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University
Administrative Building, Ranchi Road Campus, Near Sainik School,Purulia
Kalyani University
Kalyani
Rabindra Bharati University
56A, Barrackpore Trunk Road Kolkata – 700 050
Univesity of Gour Banga
N.H. 34, P.O. Mokdumpur Distt. Malda
Netaji Shubhash Open University
DD-26, Salt Lake, Sector-1, Kolkata
Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
P.O.Krishi Viswavidyalaya,Mohanpur Distt. Nadia 741 252
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Famous Persons who changed the World


 Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.

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 Isaac Newton AwardHow to Apply for Isaac Newton Award Life Journey and Biography of Isaac Newton  Mechanics and gravitation by Isaac Newton Classification of cubics by Isaac Newton Isaac Newton - Wikipedia  Isaac Newton Biography - Biography  Biography Sir Isaac Newton | Biography Online  Isaac Newton - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com  Isaac Newton's Life | Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences  BBC - iWonder - Isaac Newton: The man who discovered gravity  Newton, Isaac (1642-1727) -- from Eric Weisstein's World  isaac newton education isaac newton facts isaac newton biography isaac newton discoveries isaac newton inventions isaac newton death isaac newton accomplishments isaac newton family Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642 – 20 March1726/27[1]) was an English mathematician, astronomer, theologian, author andphysicist (described in his own day as a "natural philosopher") who is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time, and a key figure in the scientific revolution.

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Life journey and Biography of James Maxwell Scientific achievements by Michael Faraday Further Reading on Michael Faraday Contribution in the Field of Electricity & Magnetism Discovery and innovations by Michael Faraday Honors and awards of Michael Faraday werner heisenberg discovery werner heisenberg experiment werner heisenberg theory elisabeth heisenberg werner heisenberg quotes werner heisenberg facts werner heisenberg article werner heisenberg personality Michael Faraday was born on 22 September 1791 in Newington Butts, which is now part of the London Borough of Southwark but was then a suburban part of Surrey. His family was not well off. His father, James, was a member of the Glassite sect of Christianity. James Faraday moved his wife and two children to London during the winter of 1790 from Outhgill in Westmorland, where he had been an apprentice to the village blacksmith.Michael was born in the autumn of that year. The young Michael Faraday, who was the third of four children, having only the most basic school education, had to educate himself.

Famous Personalities from India who changed the World


1. APJ Abdul Kalam Bharat Ratna Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Ab dul Kalam, generally known as Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, was the 11th President of India (2002-2007). He was elected against Lakshmi Sehgal in 2002 and had support from both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National Congress, the two leading political parties of India. By profession, he was a scientist and an administrator in India. He worked with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as an aerospace engineer before becoming the President of India. His work on the development of launch vehicle and ballistic missile technology had earned him the name of the ‘Missile Man of India’.



3. Homi J. Bhabha Born on October 30, 1909 in Bombay, Homi Jehangir Bhabha played an important role in the Quantum Theory. He was the first person to become the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission of India.

4. Srinivasa Ramanujan Born on December 22, 1887 in Tamil Nadu, Ramanujam was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who, with almost no formal training in pure mathematics, made extraordinary contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions.

5. Vikram Sarabhai Considered as the Father of India’s space programme, Vikram Sarabhai was born on on 12 August, 1919 in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat.

6. Salim Ali Sálim Moizuddin Abdul Ali, born on November 12, 1896 in Mumbai, was an ornithologist and a naturalist. Salim Ali was among the first Indians to conduct systematic bird surveys across India and his bird books helped develop ornithology in the sub-continent.

7. Har Gobind Khorana Born on January 9, 1922 at Raipur village in West Punjab (now in Pakistan), Khorana was an Indian-American biochemist who shared the 1968 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with Marshall W. Nirenberg and Robert W. Holley for research that helped to show how the order of nucleotides in nucleic acids, which carry the genetic code of the cell, control the cell’s synthesis of proteins.

8. Birbal Sahni Born on November 14, 1891 in West Punjab, Sahni was an Indian paleobotanist who studied the fossils of the Indian subcontinent. He was also a geologist who took an interest in archaeology. His greatest contributions lie in the study of the plants of India in the present as well as the historical context.

9. Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1930 for his pioneering work on scattering of light. Born in Tiruchirapalli on November 7, 1888, he was the first Asian and first non-White to receive any Nobel Prize in the sciences. Raman also worked on the acoustics of musical instruments.

10. Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata The man who made Tata Group one of the most prestigious and successful industrial groups in India, Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata, better known as J.R.D.Tata, was a fearless aviator and a visionary ahead of his times. Born in France toan Indian father and a French mother, Tata had an idyllic childhood.

How can we reach India?
Sri Lanka to the south-east and Maldives to the south-west are two countries with water borders. India shares its international boundry with 7 neighbouring countries, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh & Myanmar.

What is IASR ?
IASR is International Agency for Standards and RatingsIASR  officially sets standards in Environmental Impact AssessmentIASR is world’s prominent developer of standards and ratings for products, services and good practices towards ease and efficiency. IASR is independent non government agency to ensure standards and ratings for safe, reliable, and good practices globally.


Eligibility Guidelines

for

Honorary D.Sc

Honorary D.Litt

Honorary LL.D

Honorary Ph.D

 

What are Honorary Degree?

Honorary Degree are awarded for recognizing  distinguished contribution by reputed experts in their field. Honorary Degree are superior from academic degree, because they are earned from prestigious contribution, which sets standards for others to follow. Because of well established contribution of Legends, Honorary Degree do not require the candidate to complete course work, and course duration like in academic degree. Indeed, Honorary Degree is 'honor', the best a candidate can be recognized! Examples of Honorary Degree are Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D. This page contains detailed information on how to apply for Honorary Degree and admission procedure.

 

What are highest post-doctoral degrees?

The Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D are the highest post-doctoral degrees.

 

Applications are invited for award of Honorary D.Sc. Degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas.

 

Honorary D.Litt. are awarded in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas.

 

Honorary LL.D. in the discipline of Law and other related areas are awarded to a candidate whose work and research have made distinct contributions to the advancement of knowledge.


Honorary D.Sc.

Honorary Doctor of Science (Latin: Scientiae Doctor), is usually abbreviated Sc.D., D.Sc., S.D., or D.S., is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.  

 

Eligibility for Honorary D.Sc.

 

A candidate who is awarded Honorary Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas by university or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any university may present his/her candidacy for the degree of Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) provided he/she must have:

 

Done Doctoral work in Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas and have published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience and have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his / her  research or contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts in the concerned field and his/her work and effort which should have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary D.Sc

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Sc.shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary D.Sc 

Name of Program: Honorary D.Sc

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

plojindexing@gmail.com  

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary D.Sc. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Sc. by payment of registration fee.

 

Honorary D.Litt.

Honorary Doctor of Letters (D.Litt., Litt.D., D. Lit., or Lit. D.; Latin Litterarum Doctor or Doctor Litterarum) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.


Eligibility for Honorary D.Litt.

 

A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.) provided that he/she:

 

Done post-doctoral work in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas and has published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience of more than 2 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,

 

Or

 

Ph.D. with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary D.Litt.

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Litt. shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary D.Litt. 

Name of Program: Honorary D.Litt.

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

plojindexing@gmail.com  

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary D.Litt. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Litt. by payment of registration fee.


Honorary Ph.D 

Applications are invited for Honorary Ph.D from eminent persons, who have made significant contribution.


Eligibility for Honorary Ph.D

 

A candidate who is awarded Masters degree in any discipline of Arts / Science / Management / Commerce / Engineering / Medical Science / Sports / Pharmacy / Law or other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Ph.D provided that he/she has:

 

Minimum 2 years post Masters Degree experience or has published 3 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Masters degree experience of more than 3 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,

 

Or

 

Masters degree with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary Ph.D

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary Ph.D 

Name of Program: Honorary Ph.D

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

plojindexing@gmail.com  

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary Ph.D Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary Ph.D by payment of registration fee.


 

Honorary LL.D

Honorary Legum Doctor (Latin: "teacher of the laws") (LL.D; Doctor of Laws in English) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.


Eligibility for Honorary LL.D

 

A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the discipline of Law and related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Doctor of Laws (LL.D) provided that he/she has:

 

Minimum 2 years post Ph.D. teaching experience or Law practice in Court and has published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Have post Master of Laws (LLM), Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) experience of more than 2 years in the discipline of law and related areas, at least three recommendations/referrals of his work or contribution from nationally/internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society in the field of law.

How to apply for Honorary LL.D

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary LL.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary LL.D. 

Name of Program: Honorary LL.D.

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

plojindexing@gmail.com  

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary LL.D. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary LL.D. by payment of registration fee.



 

 

Application for Admission

 

 

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

 Name of Program: ?

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted proposal for the candidacy of Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D Once the proposal is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Sc. / Honorary D.Litt. / Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D by payment of registration fee.

  

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·         Environmental Chemistry—published monthly by CSIRO Publishing
·         Environmental Earth Sciences—published by Springer Science+Business Media
·         Environmental Research—published by Elsevier
·         Environmental Research Letters—based at the University of California, Berkeley
·         Environmental Science & Technology—published by the American Chemical Society
·         Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts—published monthly by the Royal Society of Chemistry
·         Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment—published ten times per year on behalf of the Ecological Society of America
·         Green Chemistry—published by the Royal Society of Chemistry
·         Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews—published by Taylor & Francis
·         Journal of Cleaner Production—published by Elsevier
·         Journal of Ecology—published bi-monthly on behalf of the British Ecological Society and focused on plant ecology
·         Journal of the IEST—the official publication of the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology
Environmental social sciences[edit]
·         Children Youth and Environments Journal—published online by the Children Youth and Environments Center at the University of Colorado
·         Environment and Behavior—published by SAGE
·         Global Environmental Politics—published by the MIT Press
·         Journal of Environmental Psychology—published by Elsevier
·         Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences - published by Springer
·         Journal of Political Ecology— published by University of Arizona
·         Organization & Environment—edited by J. Alberto Aragon-Correa (University of Granada) and Mark Starik (San Francisco State University), published by Sage Publications
·         Population and Environment — published by Springer Science+Business Media

Who is most influential celebrity in Environmental Impact Assessment?

World Champion Dr. Sainudeen Pattazhy is most influential celebrity in Environmental Impact Assessment in world among Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan The Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Democratic Republic of the Congo Republic of the Congo Costa Rica Ivory Coast Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon The Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Holy See Honduras Hong Kong Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati North Korea South Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Samoa San Marino San Marino São Tomé and Príncip Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Saint Kitts Saint Lucia Saint Vincent Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe.


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