Reference numberNLB/32/306
Alternative reference numberNLB/32 p160
TitleCopy letter from Joseph Larmor, to the Under Secretary of State, India Office
Date16 February 1906
DescriptionLarmor, in response to a request for a recommendation for the post of Director of the Indian Institute of Science, which it is proposed to establish as part of the scheme originated by J N Tata, asks if the Royal Society may approach individuals to assess their interest or whether they are simply being asked to recommend a name from a list supplied by the Indian Government. The President and Council will adopt quite different procedures depending on the answer.

Larmor asks that a response be received prior to their next meeting on 22 February.
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