A. K., Bag
(2012)
*Mathematics and mathematical researches in India during fifth to twentieth centuries- profiles and prospects*
Indian Journal of History of Science, 47
(3).
pp. 473-512.
ISSN 0019-5235

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## Abstract

The Birth Centenary Celebration of Professor M. C. Chaki (1912-2007), former First Asutosh Birth Centenary Professor of Higher Mathematics and a noted figure in the community of modern geometers, took place recently on 21 July 2012 in Kolkata. The year 2012 is also the 125th Birth Anniversary Year of great mathematical prodigy, Srinivas Ramanujan (1887-1920), and the Government of India has declared 2012 as the Year of Mathematics. To mark the occasion, Dr. A. K. Bag, FASc., one of the students of Professor Chaki was invited to deliver the Key Note Address. The present document made the basis of his address.

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Keywords: | Algebra; Analysis; Binomial Expansion; Calculus; Differential Equation; Fluid and Solid Mechanics; Function; ISI; Kerala Mathematics; Kuttaka; Mathematical Modeling; Mathematical Societies Calcutta; Madras and Allahabad; Numbers; Probability and Statistics; TIFR; Universities of Calcutta; Madras and Bombay; Vargaprakrti |

ID Code: | 97596 |

Deposited On: | 19 Mar 2013 11:13 |

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