Short Words Of Life “Jagadish Chandra Bose
Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was born on 30 November 1858 in a wealthy and prosperous Bose family of Bengal. His father was deputy magistrate and mother was a woman of great religious instincts. Since childhood, Jagadish Chandra Bose’s habit was to see the natural events very carefully. He was deeply interested in science studies. His father also promoted him at the age of 120, he passed a science degree.
Interest in science: Jagadish Chandra Bose ICS Wanted to go to England to pass the exam. But he knew the deep interest of his father Jagadish Chandra’s Vijana, so he did not accept it. But he went to England for the doctor’s studies. He studied medicine for a few days but he could not bear the intense assertion of Operation Theater and after a few days, he left the doctor’s studies. After this, he passed a degree in science from the University of Cambridge.
Professorship at Presidency College: Returning to India, he became a Professor of Science at Presidency College, Calcutta. There he worked hard and diligently and continued to experiment in the laboratory. They got a lot of good salaries.
Research and Work: Later, the University of London honored him with a Doctor of Science degree. To continue his research work, the Governor of Bengal approved the annual amount of 2500 rupees. They kept doing research for 20 years on the flow of electricity, light, and plants.He proved that messages can be sent only through the air without wire. People were surprised to see their experiments. Meanwhile, without completing his invention, he went to Europe and got Marconi credited with the invention of Wireless.
Invention: He also made many inventions in relation to plants. He proved that plants also have life and they also experience happiness and sorrow, they sleep like other creatures and in the end, death is also attained.
Now they became famous. They were invited to all parts of the world. He has traveled the world for knowledge exchange several times. Eyecat scholars like Einstein, Barnard Show, Romeo oils, Galsworthy, Keats, and Browning heard with great interest and appreciated them very much.