• Inauguration of 82nd Annual Session at Jamshedpur

  • Dignitaries on the dais during inaugural session of 82nd AS at Jamshedpur

  • Presentation of ‘Ganpule Award’

  • Presentation of ‘Malaviya Award’

  • ‘Best Chapter Award’ for BMR Chapter

  • Inauguration of the industrial exhibition during 82nd AS at Jamshedpur

  • Prof. Bikramjit Basu speaker of 31st M. G. Bhagat Memorial Lecture and Prof. H.S. Maiti

  • Technical Session during 82nd Annual Session at Jamshedpur

  • Paper presenters of the 82nd Annual Session

  • AOFC-2017

  • AOFC-2017

  • AOFC-2017

  • Inaugural Program of Awareness Workshop on Ceramics, Glasses And Allied Materials at Kolkata.

About InCerS

Indian Ceramic Society (InCerS), a non-profit organization, was established in 1928 with the blessings and active support of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, the main architect for establishing the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, and with the ardent efforts of a few dedicated leaders, namely, Sardar Krishen Singh (Inaugural Chairman), Mr T. W. Talwalkar (Inaugural Secretary), Mr Satyasundar Deb (First President)...

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President's Desk

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Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya

Born in an educated orthodox Hindu family at Prayag (Allahabad) in 1861, Madan Mohan Malaviya has been recognized as an outstanding and noble son of India.

His multifaceted personality made him, at the same time, a great patriot, an educationist with a vision, a social reformer, an ardent journalist, reluctant but effective lawyer, a successful parliamentarian and an outstanding statesman.
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Secretary's Desk

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The idea of a Society of the Indian ceramists was first conceived by late Sirdar Krishen Singh in the year 1921. Subsequently, late T. W. Talwalkar, who, on his return to India at the end of 1927, having very much impressed with the activities of the American Ceramic Society, felt the need for a similar kind of Society in the country....

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