SSERD celebrating

National Science Day 2021

Letter Writing Campaign

Dear Scientists
1st – 28th February

Virtual Science Exhibition

27th – 28th February

Research Poster Presentation

28th February

To the Science Fair

About National Science Day

National Science Day in India is celebrated every year on 28th of February to commemorate the discovery of Raman Effect by Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. He went on to receive a Nobel Prize for this discovery in the year 1930. The day is celebrated to mark the importance of contributions made by Scientists towards the development of our Nation and the world as a whole. It is used to create awareness about the role of Science in Society.

The theme for National Science Day 2021 is

Future of STI: Impacts on Education Skills and Work


Society for Space Education, Research and Development (SSERD) is an organization which is elevated to promote Space Science among the community and create awareness about the current inventions and innovations happening in this sector. We have various programs planned for all kind of audience from all age groups. Our key aim is to update the community with the latest news and encourage them to be part of Space Revolution which has already started.

What is ‘Dear Scientists’?

‘Dear Scientists’ is an initiative to express our gratitude towards scientists for all their contributions to the progress of our society. Through this campaign, we invite students and citizens alike to come forward and share their letters of gratitude. The letters can be addressed to a scientist who inspires you or to the scientists’ community as a whole. All the letters sent to us shall be featured here on our website on 28th of February. 

Send your letters to:

 Society for Space Education Research and Development, Post Box 126, Irinjalakuda PO, Pincode: 680121

Check the Above video for more info, Write your letters now!

What is

Curiosity is the first step towards knowledge. The ‘Jijnasa’ aims to nurture the curiosity towards science among the young students. The recent pandemic sure has had its toll on many of our lives. But it sure will not dampen our zeal to promote science! This National Science Day, we bring to you the works of students from Middle School and High School through a virtual science exhibition. Join us and encourage them in their early step towards Science.

What is Anveshana?

It is curious and obvious that the perspective of things we see changes from one person to another. But the truth shall stand still. It often takes years of research to understand this truth. Science as we know it, is constructed on facts. It is the researching community that validates these facts and shapes Science continuingly. ‘Anveshana’ is a platform for the budding young researchers from Junior College and Undergraduate levels to present their work to the world in the form of Posters. The researchers are invited to submit an abstract of their work through the registration link and the shortlisted candidates get to present their work on a livestream platform on 28th of February.