History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: pt. 1. Science, technology, imperialism and war

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Debi Prasad Chattopadhyaya
Pearson Education India, 1999 - India
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Contents

List of Figures and Tables
xi
Foreword
xxv
Contributors
xxxi
Science and Modern India An Institutional History 17841947
xxxix
A Survey 17601900
3
The Asiatic Society and the Sciences in India 17841947
27
The Establishment and Growth of the
117
Indian Science Congress and the Three Academies 191435
143
Tibbiya College of Delhi 18891947
523
The Haffkine Institute 18991947
563
Foundation to Opening 191021
591
Clear Stream of Reason Lost Its Way into the Dreary Desert Sand of
623
Subaltern Science in the South 17921947
669
The St Xaviers College of Calcutta and the Jesuit Science Movement
721
Development and Progress of Science
747
The Development of Modern Sciences in the Punjab University
777

The Early History of CSIR 193447
157
Early Influences on the Origins and Directions of Coal Utilization Research
185
The Calcutta Botanic Garden and the Wider World 181746
235
Science in the Colonial Laboratories and
289
Catering to the Colonial Food
311
Early Modern Observatories in India 17921900
349
The Role of the India Meteorological Department 18751947
381
College of Engineering Guindy 17941947
429
Thomason College of Engineering Roorkee 18471947 453
452
A History of the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital 18351936
477
The Making of an Indian School of Chemistry Calcutta 18891924
801
Its Origin and Growth 190947
871
The Department of
927
Banaras Hindu University and Science in India 191647
947
A Historical Perspective 191747
963
Science College Patna 192747
989
Numbers and Beyond 193147
1013
Meghnad Saha and Nuclear Physics
1057
Index
1131
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