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Indian Ceramic Society

Welcome to Indian Ceramic Society - Western UP Chapter - Khurja

Indian Ceramic Society

Welcome to Indian Ceramic Society - Western UP Chapter - Khurja

Indian Ceramic Society

Welcome to Indian Ceramic Society - Western UP Chapter - Khurja

Indian Ceramic Society

Welcome to Indian Ceramic Society - Western UP Chapter - Khurja

ICS - An Intro

Indian Ceramic Society

In the year 1921, Late Sardar Krishan Singh of Katni conceived the idea of a society of the Indian ceramists. Accordingly, he circulated a letter to some of his friends, engaged in clay industries inviting their suggestions in connection with the formation of an 'Indian Ceramic Society'.

Indian Ceramic Society, as 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)...          Learn more >>

The Vision which ICS envisages is based on following major factors:

- To lead the ceramic industry.

- Raise the profile of the subject area of ceramics within the UK by publicising its activities to as wide a range of interested parties as possible, including the media or the press where appropriate, both at a local and a national level.

- Encourage and coordinate the activities of the Technical Committees and other groups within its area of responsibility. This will stimulate and maintain an ongoing balanced programme of activities on ceramics-related subjects.

- Retain and develop existing links with other sub-groups in IOM3, putting on appropriate meetings which reflect areas of importance across the whole field of ceramics in order to maintain the vibrancy of the subject as a whole and meet the needs of members in this area. Also new links will be developed with IOM3 sub-groups in different (but related) disciplines, in topics which are emerging due to new developments in technology.

The Mission which ICS envisages is based on :

"To promote friendship and co-operation between all those who are engaged in the manufacture of ceramic goods or in teaching ceramics or in any way connected with ceramics and interested in the advance of the knowledge, art and technology connected therewith. Through such co-operation the Society aims at improving the condition of the Ceramic Industries of India and also to add to the general fund of knowledge of ceramics of the world"