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BEee HAPPeeee!!

Monday, April 8, 2013

anna mani ji
best wishes,
sai bbhai.

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  1. Science Association, Shardabai Pawar Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Shardanagar, Malegaon(Baramati) Dist. Pune – 413115.

    Objective: To Establish the Repository of Scientific Information For The Society.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Indian Women Scientist : Anna Mani

    (Birth: 23 August,1918) (Death: 16 August, 2001)
    Anna Mani (23 August 1918 – 16 August 2001) was an Indian physicist and meteorologist.[1] She was the Deputy Director General of the Indian Meteorological Department. She made significant contributions in the field of meteorological instrumentation. She conducted research and published numerous papers on solar radiation, ozone and wind energy measurements.[2]
    Early life:
    Anna Mani was born in Peerumedu, Travancore.[3] Her father was a civil engineer. She was the seventh of eight children in her family. During her childhood, she was a voracious reader. She was impressed by the activities of Gandhi during Vaikom satyagraha. Inspired by the nationalist movement, she took to wearing only Khādī garments. She wanted to pursue medicine, but she decided in favour of physics because she liked the subject. In 1939, she graduated from the Presidency College in Madras, with a B.Sc Honors degree in physics and chemistry.[3]
    After graduating from the Presidency college, she worked under Prof. C V Raman, researching the optical properties of ruby and diamond.[2] She authored five research papers, but she was not granted a PhD because she did not have a master's degree in physics. Then she moved to Britain to study pursue physics, but she ended up studying meteorological instruments at Imperial College London.[3] After returning to India in 1948, she joined the Meteorological department in Pune. She published numerous research papers on meteorological instrumentation. She retired as the deputy director general of the Indian Meteorological department in 1976. She authored two books, The Handbook for Solar Radiation data for India in 1980 and Solar Radiation over India in 1981.[2] She won the K.R. Ramanathan Medal in 1987.[3]
    In 1994 she suffered from a stroke, and died on 16 August 2001 in Thiruvananthapuram.[1]
    1. b Sur, Abha (14 October 2001). "The Life and Times of a Pioneer". The Hindu. Retrieved 7 October 2012.
    2. b c Sur, Abha (2007). Lilavati's daughters: The women scientists of India. Indian Academy of Science. pp. 23–25.
    3. b c d Gupta, Aravind. "Anna Mani". Platinum Jubilee Publishing of INSA. Indian National science academy. Retrieved 7 October 2012.

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    With the Best Compliments From: Shardanagar (The Agro – academic Heritage of Grandsire Padmashri Dr. D. G. Alias Appasaheb Pawar).