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Bright Sparks by Arvind Gupta

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Fortunately, another school accepted him. He completed Intermediate Science in 1911 and joined the Presidency College in Calcutta. At Presidency College Saha was in the company of brilliant minds. C Mahalanobis his senior. C. C. Ray whose dictum: “Science can wait, Swaraj cannot” left a deep imprint on Saha. He completed BSc in 1913 and MSc in 1915, being placed second in the Calcutta University. His friend Satyendra Nath Bose stood first. Saha faced social harassment and poverty in Calcutta. To supplement his meagre income he cycled all over town giving tuitions.

His experience of obscurantism had turned him into a fervent rationalist, scornful of Indian superstitions. He founded the journal Science and Culture and edited it for a number of years. Like many intellectuals, Saha believed that a planned economy was the salvation to India’s economic problems. He had personally witnessed ravages caused by floods in his native Bengal. He strongly advocated River Valley schemes to control floods. This resulted in the Damodar Valley Corporation which built several dams to control floods.

At Presidency College Saha was in the company of brilliant minds. C Mahalanobis his senior. C. C. Ray whose dictum: “Science can wait, Swaraj cannot” left a deep imprint on Saha. He completed BSc in 1913 and MSc in 1915, being placed second in the Calcutta University. His friend Satyendra Nath Bose stood first. Saha faced social harassment and poverty in Calcutta. To supplement his meagre income he cycled all over town giving tuitions. After graduation Saha wanted to appear for the much sought after Finance Service Examination but he was debarred because of his political activities.

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