Jagadish Chandra Bose is a son of Bhagawan Chandra Bose, father, and Bama Sundari Bose, mother. He first joined the Vernacular school and then Hare School, St. Xavier's School subsequently before joining the University of Calcutta. At the University of Calcutta, he received a BA degree and then went to England to study medicine at the University of London.
Later, Jagadish enrolled at the University of Cambridge and completed his education earning BA degree in Natural Sciences Tripos. Talented Jagadish then began researching on Electromagnet and plant life where he investigated the mechanism of the seasonal effect on plants and the effect of temperature. Similarly, he also played a significant role in the development of radio and was first to study the action of microwaves in plant tissues.
Besides, Jagadish had been honored by Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire, Companion of the Order of the Star of India, Knight Bachelor, Fellow of the Royal Society, Member of Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters, etc. In the same way, for his incredible talent, the Indian Botanic Graden renamed its name in his honor as the Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden.
Jagadish had published several books such as Response in the Living and Non-Living, Plant response as a means of physiological investigation, Life movements in plants, Motor mechanism of plants, etc. Correspondingly, he also wrote a journal named Nature and Bose J.C.
Moving towards his personal life, Jagadish was married to a feminist and social worker, Abala Bose. The couple remained in the relationship for 50 years, but the tragic end came into their life after the death of Jagadish. He died at the age of 79.
Regarding his nationality, Jagadish is Bengali, and he belongs to black ethnicity. Likewise, reviewing his economic aspects, he must have earned a decent amount of money from his professions but to this date, his actual net worth is not disclosed.