In September 2018, the CERN Council adopted a resolution upgrade to the position of India as a member of the associated previous “Observer” status. Before her, in 2018, the firm of Union gave its nod to the nomination of the India officially at CERN. Earlier due to the observer status India was allowed to attend the meetings of the Board and to receive documents of the Council but was not allowed to take part in the decision-making procedures of the organization. On the European Organisation for nuclear research (CERN) CERN as an organization is greater worldwide nuclear and particle physics laboratory. It is located in the Northwest suburbs of Geneva on the France-Switzerland border. It was created in 1954. Members: It has 22 Member States (including the India and Pakistan), four associate members and four States and three international organizations have observer status. Functions: The laboratory helps scientists and engineers to probe the fundamental structure of the universe using the most sophisticated scientific instruments and advanced computer systems provide the necessary infrastructure looking for high energy particle accelerators including physics. Achievements: CERN operates the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) which is the largest in the world and the most powerful accelerator of particles. It is associated with the discovery of the Higgs Boson, which is popularly known as the God particle.