Impressed by Vivekananda’s thoughts, Tata wanted him to guide him. Vivekananda enthusiastically supported the project and Tata set up a provisional committee to draw up a plan for the establishment of an institution of higher learning with the aim of furthering the scientific potential of the country. Presented a resolution to Lord Curzon on 31st December 1898. Subsequently, Nobel laureate Sir William Ramsay was called upon to propose a suitable location for the institution; they suggested Bangalore as the best location. The land and other facilities for the institute were donated on behalf of the State of Mysore and by the Tata’s. Are you interested to collect India stamps and miniature sheets, then you can visit our site Philacy.com.
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The Indian Institute of Science is a public, Research University for higher education and research in Science, Engineering, and Management. It is located in India, Bangalore. It was established in 1909 with Jamsetji Tata’s support and is also known as Tata Institute. It is ranked among the most prestigious institutions in India and has the highest citation among all universities in the world. It was given the status of Deemed University and Institute of Eminence in 1958. After a meeting between Jamsetji Tata and Swami Vivekananda on a ship in 1893, they discussed Tata’s plan to bring the steel industry to India, Tata wrote to Vivekananda five years later I trust you, as a partner remember your trip.