A three-day 'Science in Action' : 02-09-2022 to 04-09-2022
A three-day 'Science in Action' is scheduled from September 2nd to 4th, 2022, between 10:30 am and 4.30 pm at the Planetarium. About 25 models/activities illustrating various scientific principles will be on display. Polarisation by Reflection, Siren Disk, Electromagnetic Induction, Sand or Glue?, Brazil Nut and Reverse Brazil Nut Effects etc. are some of them. Entry is free.Read More..
Science in Action – 2022
This science exhibition is rescheduled to conduct on 2nd, 3rd and 4th September 2022, training for volunteers will be held on 23rd Aug 2022 between 11 am and 1.30 pm.
Human Space Flight Expo 2022
Human Space Flight Centre (HSFC), ISRO is organising “Human Space Flight Expo.” as part of “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.” This is a space-themed celebration to commemorate 75 years of Indian Independence.
Join us in this 3-day event at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru! Witness exciting events, live lectures, and demonstrations celebrating ISRO’s advancements towards human space exploration.
We look forward to having you there!
Registrations open on 9th July, 2022 at 16:00 hrs.
Due to popular demand, the dates for school registrations for student events in the Human Space Flight Expo have been extended till 18:00 hrs 18th July, 2022.
A two-day science exhibition called Science-in-Action is organised on 5th & 6th March 2022 between 3pm and 5pm on Saturday and 10:30 am and 12:30 pm on Sunday. In this exhibition we intend to present some of the exciting experiments like " Electric writing with Turmeric", " Sound due to Granular flow", "Conoscopic images", "Formation of beats", "Whistling wheel" and many more. It will be a different set of experiments demonstrated on each day. All interested individuals can participate in this online event using the link below:
Link to watch the exhibition: https://msteams.link/G3ZV
A three-day science exhibition entitled 'Science in Action' is scheduled from November 29, 2019 between 10:30 am and 4:30 pm. Chladini Figures, Ruben's Tube, Chemical Cut, Linear Magnetic Accelerator etc - are some of the experiments that will be demonstrated. Entry is free.
JNP is inviting science exhibits for the exhibition entitled 'Science in Action' scheduled to be held from 29th November to 1st December 2019
JNP is hosting a three-day science exhibition, 'Science in Action' from November 29 – December 1, 2019. We invite you to send exhibits which are experiments/working models that illustrate scientific/mathematic principle(s).
Registration form Click here
Last date for submission of write-ups : November 03, 2019
Intimation to students selected for orientation programme : November 08, 2019
Schools can depute students to volunteer in the exhibition ‘Science in Action’
A three-day science exhibition entitled ‘Science in Action’ is scheduled from August 30th to September 1st, 2019 between 10:30 am and 4:30 pm. Entry is free. Rotary Engine, Coupled Magnetic Oscillators, Optical Illusions, Working Principle of Compound Eye, Large Samples of Rocks & Minerals and Granular Flow are some of the experiments that will be demonstrated.
I hear - I forget - I see - I remember - I do - I learn
"Science in Action" are three day science exhibitions exhibiting models that are dynamic and bring out the principles of science and its applications. Emphasis is placed on making the exhibit dynamic.
'Science in Action' exhibition is held twice a year. In the first exhibition in August, about 20-25 models are set up by BASE in collaboration with various research institutes like Raman Research Institute, National Aerospace Laboratory, Indian Space Research Organisation, Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Research and Indian Institute of Science. Student volunteers are trained to demonstrate the exhibits which is part of the learning process.
In the second one held later in October - November, several schools in and around Bangalore participate. About 30 experiments are selected and exhibited. Again, the students themselves explain the exhibits to the visitors.
The exhibition is best suited for students of class VII and above.
Archive of previous Science in Action exhibits