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In an attempt to popularise the Union Government’s Digital India initiative, the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Culture, has launched a ‘science bus’ here highlighting various aspects and benefits of digital technology in different sectors. ‘Museobus’, which accommodates 15 exhibits, was flagged off during the golden jubilee […]

National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) functioning under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India celebrated Golden Jubilee of Mobile Science Exhibition (MSE) program from 17th – 20th November 2015. This flagship program started as Mobile Science Museum (MSM) in 1965 with a motto: If the people do not visit the museum, let the museum […]

KOLKATA: A fleet of 20 gleaming buses, equipped with scientific exhibits from across India, will be parked in the city for three days starting Tuesday to mark the golden jubilee of the Mobile Science Exhibition (MSE) programme, which started in Kolkata in 1965. “This is the largest and longest running non-formal science education programme in […]

Kolkata, Nov 17 (PTI) Mobile Science Exhibition programmes have proved as the best way to connect with people living in rural areas to develop their level of science consciousness and enable them to integrate modern technologies in their daily life, Director General of the National Council of Science Museums, G S Rautela said. Rautela was […]

Paula Gangopadhyay Chief Learning Officer, The Henry Ford Dearborn, Michigan, USA Recently, I had the distinct opportunity to be the guest of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) at their national headquarters in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The three-day workshop held during March 26-28, 2015 entitled International Capacity Building Workshop on Innovation was well attended […]

As a part of the Festival of India celebrations in Indonesia & Malaysia, two travelling exhibitions ‘Life on the Silver Screen: The Fascinating Story of Indian Cinema’ and ‘The Rise of Digital India’ developed by National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) an autonomous body under Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India will be inaugurated in […]

The Rs. 8.5 crore-Regional Science Centre here, which spans across 6.71 acres and features hundreds of exhibits aimed at stimulating interest in science among school students, was handed over to the State Government on Saturday at a ‘Dedication Function’. The centre was developed by National Council of Science Museums (NSCM), a Kolkata-based autonomous society which […]