Jamshedpur, Sep 26: Eight students from BPM + 2 High School and Sister Navedita English High School, Burmamines accompanied by three teachers, Sabita Singh, Soma Sarkar, and Anju Kumari visited CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, and interacted with scientists and research scholars on the eve of 81st Council of Scientific Industrial Research Foundation Day on Monday.
The three hour program included CSIR and NML documentary Flim show. Dr PN Mishra, Sr Principal Scientist discussed an overview of the celebration of 81st CSIR Foundation Day. Further, he discussed the contributions of the CSIR in the different branches of Science and Technology. He talked about the products invented by the CSIR like Amul Baby Food, Sonalika Tractor, Leather items used by the common people the strategic product like Low Combat Air Craft for Defence, developed different types of metals and alloys as per suitability for industries, besides these, there are several products invented by the CSIR in the area of Chemicals, drugs, etc.
SN Hembram, Principal Technical Officer assisted students during the lab visit. Students also visited Asia’s Second largest creep testing lab, workshop, Analytical & Applied Chemistry Division, Urban Ore Recycling Centre, and Museum.
The NML museum was the attraction among the students who appraised the well-decorated museum with plenty of samples and wall-mounted posters that highlighted the latest and old technologies and various products developed by the NML.
At last, teachers and students requested their next visit in near future to the laboratory for gaining deeper knowledge. Teachers expressed their views and were satisfied to know about the consistent effort and research emphasis in various sectors for the ultimate development of India.