Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar Hated School Too

Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar hated school

Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar hated school too. He didn’t like that fact that he should wake up too early.

Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was born on October 19, 1910 in Lahore, Punjab, India. Throughout his life, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was known as Chandra. He was a privileged man to be a member of the Brahman caste. His father was an Indian government auditor that is why his parents want him to be in the government service. However, he chose to live another path: the path of science. With the influence of his uncle who is also a Nobel Prize laureate, he eventually became the man he wanted to be—a man of science. [1] Before being a Nobel Laureate however, he had school experiences which he hated.

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Early in his life, he was educated at home by his mother teaching him Tamil and his father teaching him mathematics. Until he finished middle school, he is home-schooled and had a tutor.[2] As a member of the Brahman class, his education at home is a common practice because of the low-quality education provided by public schools back then. He attended Hindu High School Triplicane in Madras and later attended college at Presidency College where he received his bachelor’s degree in Physics. He had a scholarship award for Cambridge University then attended the Institut for Teoretisk Fysik in Copenhagen. He became a member of the faculty of the University of Chicago.[3] While he may be spending a lot of time in school, he does not like it very much. Unlike the traditional method of teaching in school, he devised his own way of teaching so as not to constrain the creative geniuses of students. Unlike other intellectuals, he spends time studying the subject matter exhaustively, writing papers about it subsequently and writing a book about it after.

[3], Subrahamanya Chandrasekhar: Autobiography