Asutosh Mookerjee

Dr. Asutosh  Mookerjee was born in Calcutta on the 29th June, 1864, into a middle-class family. His father, who was a noted physician of his day, looked to his education himself. Young Asutosh was a mathematical prodigy, and even while he was a schoolboy, his original contribnution to mathematics won appreciation overseas.

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While he won laurels in the legal profession, his life’s passion was in the field of education and he devoted himself heart and soul to the furtherance of its cause. He was elected to the Syndicated of the University in 1897 and became Tagore Professor of law in 1898. Most of the teachers and scholars whom he attracted to the University were later to attain high eminence in several fields. Among these may be mentioned Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, Dr. C. V. Raman and Sir B. N. Seal.

On the 29th June, 1964, which is the birth centenary of Dr. Asutosh Mookerjee, the Posts  & Telegraphs Department  considers it a privilege to honour by the issue of a special commemorative stamp a grat lawyer, a great judge and above all a great educationist.

 

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Date of issue                      :  29.06.1964

Denomination                    :  0.15 ps

Overall Size                         :  3.91 x 2.90 cms

Printing Size                        :  3.63 x 2.62 cms

No: per Issue Sheet           :  35

Colour                                  :  Gold Green & Dark Brown

Perforation                         :  13.

Printing process                :  Photogravure

No: printed                        :  2.5 million

Designed and Printed at  : India Security Press

Water Mark                        : All over Multiple Lion Capital of Asoka

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