Glossary of Physics: The New Horizon

Journal of Scientometric Research,2017,6,3,XX-XX.
Published:September 2017
Type:Book Review

Glossary of Physics: The New Horizon

Bidyarthi Dutta

Dept. of Library and Information Science, Vidyasagar University, Midnapore 721 102, West Bengal, INDIA.

Abstract:

Once upon a time, Latin was globally accepted as principal language of science. But the situation is radically changed today, particularly in Indian context of multilingualism. Science dissemination and popularization intensely need communication in mother tongue. Today, a large number of articles, text books and reference books of science are written in mother tongue, but such attempts, in many cases are hindered due to acute lack of appropriate terminology. Sometimes, terms in mother tongue sound abstruse compared to lucid English counterparts. An acute lacuna in availability of scientific and technical terms in mother tongue thus exists, which motivated the author Bimal Kanti Sen, the well-known lexicographer doing research in this area during last fifty years to compile English-Bengali subject dictionaries. Previously, he published two such subject dictionaries i.e. Samsad Rasayan Vijnaner Paribhasha (Chemical Terminology - English to Bengali). Kolkata: Sahitya Samsad, 2010; Granthagar o Tathyabijnaner Paribhashakosh Ingreji-Bangla (Glossary of library and information science terms English-Bengali). 2nd ed. Calcutta: Bengal Library Association, 2013. The present one is his third bilingual subject dictionary. Read more....

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Dutta B. Glossary of Physics: The New Horizon. Journal of Scientometric Research. 2017;6(3):XX-XX. doi:10.5530/jscires.6.2.x.