Astronomy Workshop starts at College of Science

Astronomy Workshop starts at College of Science

Students from various institutions has experienced the first ever workshop on Astronomy at University College of Science, Udaipur. The centre of attraction was the mobile planetarium (taramandal) where students could view the actual positioning of stars including various objects, planets and galaxies which are not visible to the naked eyes.

 
The programme was initiated by Science and Technology Department, Government of India with a strong objective to promote and arouse interest of every student in the science of astronomy. Astronomy Workshop starts at College of Science The five days workshop on Mobile Planetarium is managed by College of Science (MB College) under the supervision of Mahip Bhatnagar,the Dean of Science College and regional coordinator Dr. Kanika Sharma. They are equally supported by Tarun K Jain, the Editor of The popular science magazine Vagyanik Drashitikon. Today, the programme was inaugurated by I.V Trivedi, Vice Chancellor MLSU which was later on followed by various events. The first batch of 15 people including chief guests and professors of Science College has visited the planetarium. Nearly 10 batches of students had visited the planetarium today; each group has 30 or less students. Astronomy Workshop starts at College of Science Tarun K Jain, the Editor of Vagyanik Drashtikon

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