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ELECTIVES
Survey on
Regional Science
Centre Bhopal.
Introduction


The Regional Science Center Bhopal was
opened on 12th January 1995 by the then
president of India late Sha...
Location

 The

Centre is located on the Shyamla
Hills. The nearest bus stops are at
Polytechnic Circle and Jawahar Chowk...
Google Earth Map
ENTRANCE
Campus
 The

Regional Science Center is unique
in whole of Madhya Pradesh, Spread
over 5 acres of landscape with
varietie...
S
I
T P
E L
A
N
Main objectives
 To

popularize Science and Technology in cities,
urban and rural areas for the benefit of students
and t...
3D Model.
Site section
Purpose
 The

Science Centre Bhopal is visited by over
81,000 people every year. They gather the
knowledge and experience...
Outside spaces Besides

the indoor galleries, Science
Centre is having a unique Science Park
spread on a lush green land ...
SKY OBSERVATION
Facility for showing the Planets, Moon surface
etc. through sophisticated telescopes to the visitors
is av...
Perspective view
Built up area
Zones

Auditorium:
A 200 seating capacity fully air conditioned auditorium
equipped with Audio/visual systems is available...
TARAMANDAL
The centre has a mini portable planetarium with an
inflatable dome, which can accommodate 25 visitors at a
time...


Fun Science Gallery of the Centre offers learning
through fun. Here pendulums create chaos; rings
go up defying gravity...
Inside views
Other Activities
Students learn art/clay
modeling, carry out experiment
in science, develop models/kits
etc.
Creative Scie...
Special features
On first floors,a
series of vertical
shading devices are
provided rear the
windows.
 Cylindrical

shading
structures with arches
at its top and bottom
have been provided at
the elevation of
projected areas...
 Slopes

have been wisely used by
designing the built spaces at different
levels. In spite of different levels, the
roof ...
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Shruthi Anna Abraham
Suhani Jain
Nancy Namdeo
Neha Vishnani
Arushi Goel
Shouvik a...
Regional Science Center , Bhopal
Regional Science Center , Bhopal
Regional Science Center , Bhopal
Regional Science Center , Bhopal
Regional Science Center , Bhopal
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Regional Science Center , Bhopal

  1. 1. ELECTIVES Survey on Regional Science Centre Bhopal.
  2. 2. Introduction  The Regional Science Center Bhopal was opened on 12th January 1995 by the then president of India late Shankar Dayal Sharma. This center is one of the 27 constituent units of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) which is an autonomous scientific organization under the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, engaged in popularizing Science and Technology amongst students in particular and the masses in general, through a wide range of activities and interactive programmes.
  3. 3. Location  The Centre is located on the Shyamla Hills. The nearest bus stops are at Polytechnic Circle and Jawahar Chowk Depot Chowraha, about 1 Km away. The distance from Habibgunj Rly stn is 9 km and from Bhopal Rly stn is 7 km.
  4. 4. Google Earth Map
  5. 5. ENTRANCE
  6. 6. Campus  The Regional Science Center is unique in whole of Madhya Pradesh, Spread over 5 acres of landscape with varieties of plants, trees and shrubs. The RSC building architecture is special where more than 266 science exhibits related to mechanics, energy, sound, light, atmo sphere etc. are installed. Most of the exhibits are intended for the visitors to interact and gain hands-on experience.
  7. 7. S I T P E L A N
  8. 8. Main objectives  To popularize Science and Technology in cities, urban and rural areas for the benefit of students and the common men.  To portray the growth of science and technology and their application in human welfare, develop scientific attitude and temper and general awareness amongst the people.  To organize exhibitions, seminars, popular lectures, science camps/shows and other programmes.  To collect, restore and preserve important historical objects which represent landmarks in the development of science, technology.  To develop and fabricate science museum exhibits,
  9. 9. 3D Model.
  10. 10. Site section
  11. 11. Purpose  The Science Centre Bhopal is visited by over 81,000 people every year. They gather the knowledge and experience the basic principles and wonders of science & technology. Last year about 97,794 school children visited and participated in the activities of the center.  Science and Fun are two words that are not commonly associated with each other. However, science centres under National Council of Science Museums aim to conbine the two and justified the slogan that 'Science is Fun'.
  12. 12. Outside spaces Besides the indoor galleries, Science Centre is having a unique Science Park spread on a lush green land of 3 acres, which contains more than 60 nos. of interactive fun-filled working exhibits. Visitors while playing with them learn various scientific principles.
  13. 13. SKY OBSERVATION Facility for showing the Planets, Moon surface etc. through sophisticated telescopes to the visitors is available at the Centre. In the evening of every Saturday & Sunday,  Sky Observation Programme is arranged for the visitors. Special programmes are done for showing the astronomical events which occur from time to time.
  14. 14. Perspective view
  15. 15. Built up area
  16. 16. Zones Auditorium: A 200 seating capacity fully air conditioned auditorium equipped with Audio/visual systems is available at a nominal Maintenance Charge.  Conference Hall: A 25 seating capacity fully air conditioned conference hall is available for holding meeting etc. at a Maintenance Charge.  Quiz Corner : This gallery highlights the importance of atmosphere for the existence of life on the earth and making this planet unique in the Universe. 
  17. 17. TARAMANDAL The centre has a mini portable planetarium with an inflatable dome, which can accommodate 25 visitors at a time.During the 30 minutes show the visitors can interact with the explainer regarding the queries. Visitors can get themselves acquainted with the different stars, constellations, zodiac etc. of the night sky.  3-D A new facility ‘3D Science show’ of 50-seater capacity has been installed in this centre is well appreciated by the visitors,especially the children. One can enjoy the real life experience in the 3D Science show by seating inside the AC hall. 
  18. 18.  Fun Science Gallery of the Centre offers learning through fun. Here pendulums create chaos; rings go up defying gravity; coloured liquids make impossible mixture changing spectacles. Here you find funny carrom boards in the shape of an ellipse, magnets with (in)visible lines of forces and a plethora of other enjoyable contraptions all for helping you in learning science through fun.
  19. 19. Inside views
  20. 20. Other Activities Students learn art/clay modeling, carry out experiment in science, develop models/kits etc. Creative Science Workshops are organized during summer vacation to give an opportunity for the students to develop their technical skills in making science projects in the field of Physics ,Electronics , Life Science and computer .One week sessions in batches are held for students This programme isduring the at all agetime. targeted vacation groups to learn basic computer operations including email, internet, preparing word document, spread sheet and Power point presentation
  21. 21. Special features On first floors,a series of vertical shading devices are provided rear the windows.
  22. 22.  Cylindrical shading structures with arches at its top and bottom have been provided at the elevation of projected areas of the building.
  23. 23.  Slopes have been wisely used by designing the built spaces at different levels. In spite of different levels, the roof of the whole built up space lies in the same plane.
  24. 24. Submitted by              Shruthi Anna Abraham Suhani Jain Nancy Namdeo Neha Vishnani Arushi Goel Shouvik acharyya Aditya Palherkar Rajashekar Banoth Rahul Bajaj Pratik Gupta Navin Solanki Manish Pachoriya Chenna vivek kumar Lokesh Kori

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