Indian Ceramic Society (InCerS), a non-profit organization, was established in 1928 with the blessings and active support of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, the main architect for establishing the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, and with the ardent efforts of a few dedicated leaders, namely, Sardar Krishen Singh (Inaugural Chairman), Mr T. W. Talwalkar (Inaugural Secretary), Mr Satyasundar Deb (First President)...
Born in an educated orthodox Hindu family at Prayag (Allahabad) in 1861, Madan Mohan Malaviya has been recognized as an outstanding and noble son of India.
His multifaceted personality made him, at the same time, a great patriot, an educationist with a vision, a social reformer, an ardent journalist, reluctant but effective lawyer, a successful parliamentarian and an outstanding statesman.
The idea of a Society of the Indian ceramists was first conceived by late Sirdar Krishen Singh in the year 1921. Subsequently, late T. W. Talwalkar, who, on his return to India at the end of 1927, having very much impressed with the activities of the American Ceramic Society, felt the need for a similar kind of Society in the country....
Dr C D Madhusoodana, Honorary Editor (2023-2024) of the journal, 'Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society (TICS) has received the prestigious 'Global Ambassador Award' from Prof. Sanjay Mathur, President of The. American Ceramic Society (ACerS) during the inaugural event of the South-West India Chapter of The American Ceramic Society along with Research to Business (R2B) Meet On ‘Ceramics & Advanced materials - Innovative & Emerging Materials’ held on 22.09.2023 at RG Royal Hotel, Mahalakshmi layout, Bangalore.
Dr L.K. Sharma, immediate past President (2021-2022) of The Indian Ceramic Society (InCerS) and CEO-Mahamana Ceramic Development Organization, New Delhi, India has received the highest Prestigious Award of Economic Times Media News Paper on 30.09.2023 at Radisson Blue Plaza, New Delhi by Mr Raza Murad, famous Bollywood Film Celebrity for his significant contributions to boost up the brand image of the Ceramic world.
Mr Sudip Bose has received the Prestigious Marie Sklodowska Curie Action Doctoral Award which will enable him to research on an interdisciplinary topic of Carbon Fibre Composites Technology and Machine Learning culminating into a PhD from the University of Manchester in approx. 3 years time starting October 2023. He is one of the 14 positions world-wide to convert this opportunity. It will be an enriching experience for him that he will be guided by legends of the field e.g., Prof Philip Withers, who was awarded 'The Regius Professor of Materials' by her excellency the queen of the UK. Despite the change in location, he will continue to discharge his role as the Associate Editor of the 'Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society'.
This is a proud moment for the Indian Ceramic Society to inform that Mr Sitendu Mandal, Honorary Secretary of InCerS has received the Dr. Meghnad Saha Memorial Award on the occasion of 130th Birth Anniversary Celebration of Dr. Meghnad Saha held on October 06, 2023 at Shri Shikshayatan College, Kolkata.
Mr Mandal was invited to deliver the Dr. Meghnad Saha Memorial Lecture on the topic, 'Tribute to Dr. Meghnad Saha : A Trailblazer to CSIR-CGCRI' in this award ceremony program.
Prof. Saikat Maitra, Professor at Government College of Engineering & Ceramic Technology, Kolkata and Former Vice Chancellor of MAKAUT graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
Dr Subhabrata Roychaudhuri, Secretary of The Science Association of Bengal, a noted academician and Science communicator was also present in this event.