Rajasthan Education News: Another big work is being done in the field of science in the country. Many miracles and amazing examples of science are happening in India. Also, there are some astronomical phenomena that are very interesting not only for scientists but also for common people. There are many such activities going on in the universe, which students want to know. A National Science Center and a Digital Planetarium are being set up in Kota to appease many such curiosities and answer the questions that arise in the mind. This planetarium will be built in Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Kota. This will enable students and the general public to understand the role of science in everyday life and the mysteries of astronomical phenomena through engaging models and experiments.
Indian scientists will also find it useful –
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved a financial proposal of Rs 7.40 crore for setting up the centre. Fun science and thematic galleries will be created at the center to easily explain difficult science principles. Outdoor and indoor models will be installed. In which you will get information about the scientists of India. A state-of-the-art digital planetarium with a capacity of 80 to 85 spectators will be built here. In which information about various celestial planets will be given.
A 3-D show to understand astronomical phenomena and science
Various competitions will also be organized to increase interest in science among students. An auditorium will also be constructed, which will house a 3D show. The center is being established with the technical assistance of the National Council of Science Museum under the Ministry of Culture. 12.67 crores has been transferred by the State Government to the Council in March, 2023 in respect of establishment. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced the establishment of a National Science Center in the budget for the year 2023-24. National Science Center was established under the same. Center and digital planetarium will be established.