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Result of all the competitions

held during National Science Day.  Read More >>

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List of projects selected for participation in Raman Festival of Innovation

Click here for List of projects selected for participation in Raman Festival of Innovation  Read More >>

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Raman Festival of Innovation

If you have any innovative project, Start up, you can participate in Raman Festival Innovation to e held at Raman Science Centre, Nagpur from 13 to 15 February 2020. You may have to submit synopsis o  Read More >>

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SCIENCE EXPO-2020

Plan Your visit to Science Expo-2020   Read More >>

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Orange City Science Fair-2019 :

Working Science Model & Teaching Aid Demonstration Competition cum Exhibition  Read More >>

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Result of National mathematics talent Contest held on 31st

August 2019 at RSC, Nagpur  Read More >>

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How to become a Member of

Raman Science Centre, Nagpur  Read More >>

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Science Corner

  The Raman Science Centre, Nagpur is an constituent unit of National Council of Science Museums, Kolkata, Working under the aegis of Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. This centre is established in the year 1989 for popularisation of Science among masses and students in particular of Vidarbha region. The name Raman was given due to the fact the Sir C. V. Raman, first Indian Nobel laureate in Physics, who has a Nagpur connection while he was associated with Auditor general's office in Nagpur.


9th April, 1770- Birthday of Thomos Seebeck who studied the thermo electric-effect and discovered what is now known as the Seebeck effect.

Raman Science Centre & Planetarium is open for visitors every day from 9.30 am to 6.00 pm (Closed only on Diwali & Holi.)

Office Timing: 9.30 am to 6.00 pm Closed on all Saturday, Sunday and all Govt. Holidays.

 
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