Retired ISRO Scientist inaugurates Science Club

Retired ISRO Scientist inaugurates Science Club

July 9, 2017

Mysuru: The Science Club of Vijaya Vittala PU College, Saraswathipuram, was inaugurated by Dr. C.D. Prasad, Retired Scientist, ISRO, Bengaluru.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that “Science is a vast and fascinating subject that integrates all spheres of life. There will be no humanity without science. Science means understanding technology which stands for futurization. Propagation of information through science and technology is an essential tool for a country’s progress, development and prosperity.”

He stressed on the importance of Basic Sciences in developing technology and called upon students to study pure science in depth and carry out research work.

H.Satyaprasad, Principal of the college, presided. Mysuru Science Foundation Coordinator Srikanta Murthy, lecturers Medha and Rajesh, Coordinators of the Club, were present. Vishrutha and group rendered the invocation. Madhurya welcomed. Pruthvi and Gnanesh compered. Namratha Sairam briefed the activities of the Club. Aman Shetty   proposed a vote of thanks.


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