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DAV International Journal of Science

        ISSN (Print) 2277 -5536  ISSN (Online) 2277- 5641


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Science and Beyond

It gives me immense pleasure to launch the first issue of DAV International Journal of Science.

Science is systematized knowledge for the wellbeing of humanity -it obliterates superstition and establishes the truth in the material world.  A scientist calculates like a mathematician, thinks like a philosopher, and works like a soldier. He is inquisitive like a child and learns by observation, and by experimentation on the discernible phenomena in his chosen field, adhering to the rigors of his discipline which entail objectivity, verifiability and communicability.  He does not regard the law of gravitation as providential nor does he attribute human diseases or natural calamities, to the devil.  He does not adhere  to such   dogmas  as  the creation of celestial bodies  and    living beings in six days, the  movement of  the sun round the earth, or   the phenomena of earthquakes being caused by the primeval bull  beneath the earth  who shakes his horns  of his own volition. Scientists have found water on the moon, not any celestial being   mentioned in the mythological texts. As knowledge advances and democracy flourishes, Brunos are no more burnt at the stake nor Galileos forced to renounce their scientific   theories. Ralph W. Emerson (1803-82) rightly observed: ‘Science corrects the old creeds, sweeps away, with every new perception, our infantile catechisms, and necessitates a faith commensurate with the grander orbits and universal laws which it discloses.’
But science has its limitations as the domain of being or consciousness lies beyond its ken. If the noumenon is subjected to the quincunx of objective experimentation alone, the dogmas of religion will be replaced by the dogmas of science. The reality of the spirit cannot be demonstrated through a test tube in a human laboratory. Experimental studies rooted in Newtonian mechanics do not explain the quintessential of phenomena. 
Samuel Coley, the 19th century English Clergyman, observed:  ‘Godless science reads nature only as Milton’s daughters did Hebrew, rightly syllabling   the sentences but utterly ignorant of the meaning.’   The deeper scientific research needs to   focus as much on the world outside as the world inside man. That which cannot be observed by scientific instruments can have its existence and raison d’etre too.  The subjective is beyond physical exploration yet it cannot be written off. 
Science has a utilitarian value and can accelerate material development. The discoveries of science can be harnessed for the amelioration   of   mankind. However, material progress must be in synergic relationship with the laws of Nature.

Dattatraya Sutrave , Sangeeta Jogade and Preeti Joshi

Mulik R.N. and Patil V.B.

Divate B. B. and Panchal S.K.

Joshi S.B., Sawant P.T., Vadagbalkar S.K. and Shelgikar R.B.

Pujari S. R.

Barate D.L. and Ukesh C.S.

Barate D.L. and Ukesh C.S.

Zagare M.S., Deshmukh A.M. and Patil S.S.

Tembhurkar V.R., Chintawar S.S., Dama S.B., Arvikar P.G. and Dama L.B.

Essam F. Al-Jumaily, Maytham H. A. Al-Amiry, Jaleel I. Assad, and Jasim Mohammed Abdullah

Baig Mumtaz, Sumia Fatima and Kadam V.B.

Patil  R.P. Kare M.A. and Pokle D.S.

Shirashyd V S. Kanade M B.

Patil R.P., Pawar B.G., Papdiwal P.B. and  Kamble L.H.

Sanjay R. Biradar

Vilas Padhye

Nikam S.V., Dama S.B., Jawale C.S., Deshmukh P.S., Patil S.S. , Tembhurkar V. R. and Dama L. B.

M. Manjurul Alam, Md. Kamrul Ahsan and Selina Parween

M. Manjurul Alam, Md. Kamrul Ahsan and Selina Parween


Deshpande S.G.



Bashir Ahmad Lone, Chishti M.Z. and Fayaz Ahmad and Hidayatullah Tak



Deshmukh P.S., Dummalod C. B. and Dama L.B

Bashir Ahmad Lone, Fayaz Ahmad and Hidayatullah Tak


Nazima Gul, Hidayatullah Tak andBashir A. Lone


Nitin Ghatpande, Swati Vitonde and Kedar Deobhankar


Shaikh T. T., Nikam S.V., Shaikh J.D. and Deshmukh N. Z

Reddy P. B., and Baghel B. S.