prepare a case study on two
Nobel Prize winners of Indian origin, one of the 19th century and
one of the 21st century.


Research should include the
following:



·
Their
childhood years


·
Their
field of work


·
Their
work which got recognition and for which they were awarded the Nobel Prize.


·
What
makes them a role model for the next generation?


·
What
personality traits/values of the person inspired you the most?


Supplement your work with relevant
pictures.


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Answers

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2014-07-04T09:28:59+05:30
Sir Ronald Ross, KCB, FRS, was an Indian-born British medical doctor who received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1902 for his work on malaria.

Born: May 13, 1857, Almora
Died:
September 16, 1932, London, United Kingdom

Spouse:
Rosa Bessie Bloxam (m. 1889–1931)
Parents: Campbell Claye Grant Ross, Matilda Charlotte Elderton
Books: The Revels of Orsera: A Mediaeval Romance, more
Children:
Ronald Ross, Sylvia Ross, Dorothy Ross


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mark as best plz
i want one of 21 century also then only i will mark the best :D
ok i fine i will find one myself