To promote and advance the cause of science both in pure and applied branches.
Assam science Society is a voluntary organization established in the year 1953
Assam science Society is a voluntary organization established as “Gauhati Science Society” in the year 1953 and subsequently renamed as “Assam Science Society” in the year 1956 to encompass entire state of Assam to crater its humble service by developing scientific temperament and also to create an environment for scientific research. The Society has 100 branches all over Assam including one of its branches at Tikrikila in Garo Hills, Meghalaya. The Society enrolled about 5000 (five thousand) life members and probably one of the largest scientific society of India.
Our Mission & Vision
Since its inception Assam Science Society is working relentlessly to promote science
in Assam and North-Eastern India as a whole
V. D. Thawani, the founder Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Gauhati University was the founder President of The Gauhati Science Society (at present The Assam Science Society).
Registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 (Act 21 of 1860), Registration N0. 49 of 1960-61
National Level Recognition as a Corroborating Agency by Indian National Science Academy (INSA)
The Society is publishing many books, booklets, science magazine and journals in both Assamese and English
The members of Assam Science Society are elected by voting. The tenure of a council is for 2 years.
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