The Indian Nuclear Society is a Registered professional body of nuclear scientists, engineers and technologists in India, with its headquarters at Mumbai and branches at Hyderabad, Kalpakkam, Rawatbhata, Mysore and Norora. It has more than 5,000 life members and 80 corporate members on its roll. The Society was inaugurated in January 1988 by late Shri J.R.D. Tata.
The Society aims to promote the advancement of nuclear science and the technology together with other sciences & arts and to aid in the integration of the several disciplines constituting Nuclear Science, Engineering and Technology. The Society also aims to create awareness amongst general public about the benefits of atomic energy to mankind.
The society has so far conducted twenty-five annual conferences, several seminars and special lectures. Under its public awareness Program, the INS and its branches has conducted several one-day seminars about nuclear energy and its applications. This activity mainly organized for students and faculty of academic institutions is conducted through lectures in English and regional languages by arranging visits to the nuclear power station and by organizing open sessions and exhibitions. The INS also regularly conducts technical workshop for industry.Learn More
Objectives of Indian Nuclear Society (INS)
- To promote the advancement of nuclear science, engineering and technology related to the atomic nucleus and of allied sciences and arts.
- To aid in the integration of the several disciplines constituting nuclear science, engineering and technology.
- To encourage research in nuclear science, engineering, technology and allied fields.
- To establish scholarships, grants and awards useful in furthering the foregoing objectives.
- To hold meetings for the presentation and discussion of scientific and technical papers.
- To prepare and disseminate information related to nuclear science, engineering and technology through journals, books, pamphlets, reports and other information media appropriate to a scientific and technical society.
- To co-operate with government agencies, educational institutions, and other organisations having the same or similar purposes.
- To engage in such other activities as may be appropriate for the fulfilment of the objectives of the Society.
Indian Nuclear Society
THis is Official Website of Indian Nuclear Society. This is a Registered professional body of nuclear scientists, engineers and technologists in India, with its headquarters at Mumbai and branches at Hyderabad, Kalpakkam, Rawatbhata, Mysore and Norora. It has more than 5,000 life members and 80 corporate members on its roll.