Bedabrata Pain did his schooling in Saint Lawrence High School in Calcutta & South Point High School and then studied Electronics & Electrical Commander Later he went to Columbia University, New York and received his M.S and Doctor of Philosophy in Applied physics in 1992.
Early life and education Engg. (Electrical and Computer Engineering) in IIT Kharagpur(1982–1986), He got an Ivy League scholarship. Academic career In 1993, Bedabrata Pain joined the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology and managed Jet Propulsion Laboratory"s image sensor and focal-plane technology research and advanced development.
Since 1993, he was associated with National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Concurrent with his National Aeronautics and Space Administration work, he taught courses on Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor imaging at University of California, Los Angeles, chaired international conferences, and was the invited speaker at several conferences.
Invention Now it is used from cell-phone cameras to movie cameras (such as those used by RED) to those in space telescopes. Bedabrata was the executive producer of the award-winning film Amu in 2005.
He was the principal researcher for the documentary called Lifting the Veil on the impact of globalisation in India, and the writer of the book titled ‘Behind the events in Kashmir’. He directed critically acclaimed film Chittagong starring Manoj Bajpai, Vega Tamotia, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Barry John and Dibyendu Bhattacharya.
Bedabrata, shot the film Chittagong with the same digital imaging technology that he with other National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientists had invented.
Bedabrata Pain was also a member of the team that invented the Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor image sensor.