Who we are and what is our vision and mission.

ABOUT US

Durgapur Viswagandha Science Society (DVSS), Durgapur is a Non Profit Scientific NGO was established in the Year of 2005. It is now forerunner and pioneering scientific organization in this region working in the area of promoting and advancing S&T and their applications to the problems of national importance. Its mandate is to stimulate interest, encourage invention and research in pursuit of excellence in the field of S&T and disseminating scientific knowledge to the community through its activities by organizing meetings, discussions, seminars, symposiums and publications. In order to meet the needs of the times we carefully consider the steps to be taken to further the objectives of the Society. We do not rest on the glories of the past – we racked our brains and dwelled on what the people wanted. What began a mere idea years ago has transformed an ideology that shapes our Society today. We built a powerful DVSS because people always remain at the centre of everything we do. We have made it efficient and bring closer to everyone and allow enjoying the cutting-edge science and technologies. We are trying to invest quantum of quality of efforts to attend the goal and derived happiness not from reaching the goal but from the struggle – a part of life, to reach it. DVSS also encourages invention and research. The activities of the DVSS, Durgapur include programme on current scientific research, to promote excellence in science education and perform overall development for the benefit of the society.

1

OUR VISION

  • To promote and advance the cause of science in India.
  • To organise seminars, symposiums, workshops, exhibition and other similar activities in order to provide means of exchange of scientific knowledge and to bring new technologies to the whole community.
  • Promote widespread access to the universal knowledge of fundamental sciences through the excitement of scientific experiments.
  • To protect and preserve our cultural and natural heritage through awareness.
  • Strengthen the existing networks by connecting educators, scientists, engineers and communication professional through local, regional, national and international activities.
  • Support to improve formal and informal science education in schools and colleges.
  • Promotion of scientific knowledge and practical applications for national welfare.
  • To forge a synergistic relationship between academia, industry and research centres for mutual benefit.
  • To explore and nurture talent in science.
  • To collaborate with International Science organizations for exchange of ideas and organization of joint programmes.
  • To publish the proceedings of the symposium.
  • To hold Annual Science Conference at a suitable place.
  • To secure and manage funds and endowments for the promotion of science.

 

 Our Mission

To be a world class scientific educational and research organization contributing significantly to the development of science education.

 

 

Our Achievements
  • “Three Day Low Cost Teaching Aids Workshop” held on April 21-22-23, 1994 at Bankura.
  • “Pre-Total Solar Eclipse Workshop” held on 18th October, 1995 at Bankura.
  • “Total Solar Eclipse Observation Camp” held on 24th October 1995 at Kechanda, Bankura.
  • Three Day Teachers Training Workshop on Improvement of Environment Education” held on December 26-27-28, 1996 at Bankura.
  • “One day colloquium on Space Research” held on December 19, 1999.
  • “Three day Skill-cum-Technology Upgradation Programme” for the Rural Poor Black Smith Artisans held on January 29-30-31, 2000 at Barjora in collaboration with National Metallurgical Lab (CSIR), Jamshedpur.
  • “Natural Synthesis of Metals” lectures by Prof. P.R.Rao, Director, National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur at Regional Engineering College, Durgapur (March 2000).
  • One-day national symposium on “Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy” holds on December 4, 2000 at Bankura.
  • Two-day national symposium on “ONGC – Improving Quality of Life and Science Education in India – A Perspective for the New Millennium” held on December 26-27, 2002 at Bankura.
  • Second Two-day national symposium on “ONGC – Improving Quality of Life and Science Education in India – A Perspective for the New Millennium” held on January 28-29, 2006 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Two day National Symposium on “Physics in the 21st Century” held on Feb 10-11, 2007 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Second Two day National Symposium on “Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy” held on December 15-16, 2007 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • National Symposium on “Remote Sensing Challenge and Opportunity in the 21st Century” held on December 08, 2008 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Two Day National Symposium on “Defence Science Education and Research Problems, Perspectives and Challenges” held on December 19-20, 2009 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Two day National Symposium on “International Year of Astronomy 2009 – Astronomy through the Ages” held on June 20-21, 2010 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Two day National Symposium on “Current Research in Ocean Sciences Challenge and Opportunity in the 21st Century” held on Sept 04 – 05, 2010 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Two Day National Symposium on “The Vision of Scientific Intellectual Giant Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha” held on December 18-19, 2010 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • Two day National Symposium on “International Year of Chemistry IYC 2011” under the focal theme “Chemistry-Our Life, Our Future” held on December 17-18, 2011 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • One day National Symposium on “National Year of Mathematics NYM 2012” under the focal theme “The Legacy of Srinivasa Ramanujan” held on December 22, 2012 at CMERI, Durgapur.
  • One day National Symposium on “ISRO Improving Quality of Life and Science Education in India” held on February 22, 2014 at Srijani Auditorium, Durgapur.
  • Comet Hale Bopp.
  • Total Solar Eclipse – 1995.
  • The Legacy of Srinivasa Ramanujan – 2012.

We are 80g exempted. After donation send us an email for recipt.