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The Indian Chemical
Society was founded in 1924 with Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray, the doyen
of chemical sciences in India, as its first President. The idea
of creating such an all India Chemical Society was originated in a
private conference of three illustrious Indian Chemists Professor
J. C. Ghosh, Professor J. N. Mukherjee and Professor Swanti Swarup
Bhatnagar while they were working in the University College, Chemical
Laboratories in London. Their cherished dream came to reality
after their return to India with the foundation of the Society on May
09, 1924 with Professor
J. N. Mukharjee as the Honorary Secretary and with Acharya
Prafulla Chandra Ray who is aptly regarded as the pioneer in initiating
teaching and research in
chemistry in our country as well as in the establishment of
chemical and pharmaceutical industries as the President of the Society.
Many of the
distinguished personalities in the field of chemical science of
that time in India took active interest in nurturing the new born
Society. The Indian
Chemical Society publishes a peer reviewed highly cited monthly
journal, The Journal of the Indian Chemical Society from its very
inception i.e. 1924.
Besides regular publication of the Journal, special issues in the
Honour of distinguished scientists (e.g.Professor Animesh Chakravorty,
Professor Sunil K
Talapatra), events like Convention, theme based (e.g. Sensors)
issues are also published. The Graphical Abstracts had been introduced
in the Journal of the
Indian Chemical Society and the cover page of the Journal
containing the diagram from the best selected papers is published.