22-11-2023  Wednesday

07 August to 27 December, 2023

STEM and Society: Historical and Current Perspectives of scientists, mathematicians, and engineers

Every Monday (11:00-13:00), Wednesday (11:00-13:00)

Venue: Main Building Seminar Room - 217

Coordinator: Dean's Office

Elective Course:

Instructor: Dr. Tathagata Sengupta and Prof. Ayush Gupta

Credits: 4

23 August to 29 December, 2023

Introduction to Science and Mathematics Education Research

Every Wednesday (14:30-17:00), Friday (14:30-17:00)

Venue: Main Building Seminar Room - 217

Coordinator: Dean's Office

Core Course:

Instructor: Prof. Aniket Sule

Tutor: Dr. Akshat Singhal

Credits: 4


NIUS Biology 19.1 camp

Date: 17 to 24 November, 2023
Time: 10:00 - 17:30

Venue: Olympiad Building Lecture Hall - G1

Coordinator: Biology cell


The NIUS Biology 19.1 camp is commencing from Friday, 17th November 2023. There are 44 students selected from across the country to attend this first level camp. The talk sessions of invited speakers will be held in Olympiad building G1/G2 lecture room.


Physics Olympiad Exposure Camp

Date: 20 to 24 November, 2023
Time: 09:00 - 17:30

Venue: NIUS Building Lecture Hall - G4

Coordinator: Dr. Shirish Pathare


Physics Olympiad Exposure Camp


Symposium on Physics Education at HBCSE

Date: 22 to 24 November, 2023
Time: 09:00 - 17:30

Venue: V. G. Kulkarni Memorial Auditorium

Coordinator: Prof. Anwesh Mazumdar


HBCSE is turning 50 next year! As part of our golden jubilee celebrations, we are organising a Symposium on Physics Education (SPE@AK80) from 22 to 24 November 2023. The symposium will also commemorate Prof. Arvind Kumar's contribution to science education, in particular physics education, on the occasion of his turning 80. The symposium will bring together physics teachers, scientists and physics education researchers, and will be focussed on the challenges and opportunities of the teaching and learning of physics from high school to advanced levels.

All sessions of the symposium will be held at the V G Kulkarni Auditorium, and shall be open to all members of HBCSE.

The last session of the symposium, from 2:00 PM onwards on 24 November, will be devoted to celebrating Prof. Arvind Kumar's life and career. Apart from the regular participants of the symposium, many ex-HBCSE members, collaborators and friends of Prof Kumar will be attending this session. We expect most members of HBCSE to be present as well. This particular session will also be accessible online via Zoom (link will be provided later). Please note that the other sessions of the symposium will be fully in-person, and not broadcast online.