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Collaboration

NCSM collaborates with like-minded institutions and has developed Science Centres/museums for different States and Union Territories of India. NCSM has also developed several centres and galleries for different Govt. organisations such as Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Bharat Electricals Limited (BEL), Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and also collaborated internationally for the development of Museum/Science Centres or for galleries such as Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, Mauritius, ‘India’ gallery at ‘International Buddhist Museum’, Kandy, Sri Lanka etc.

List of Science Centres/Planetariums developed by NCSM and handed over to State Governments/UT’s/Organizations:

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Science Centres developed by NCSM Date of Inauguration

1.

Science Centre, Port Blair, A & N Island May 30, 2003

2.

Mizoram Science Centre, Aizwal July 26, 2003

3.

Nagaland Science Centre, Dimapur, Nagaland September 14, 2004

4.

Manipur Science Centre, Manipur May 18, 2005

5.

Arunachal Pradesh Science Centre, Itanagar December 3, 2005

6.

Shillong Science Centre, Shillong, Meghalaya February 27, 2006

7.

Sikkim Science Centre, Gangtok February 22, 2008

8.

Sub-Regional Science Centres, Kalimpong October 2, 2008

9.

Sub-Regional Science Centre, Solapur February 14, 2010

10.

Regional Science Centre, Ranchi November 29, 2010

11.

Dharwad Regional Science Centre, Karnataka February 27, 2012

12.

Chhattisgarh Science Centre, Raipur July 13, 2012

13.

Regional Science Centre, Jaipur, Rajasthan December 29, 2012

14.

Pimpri Chinchwad Science Centre, Pune, Maharashtra February 8, 2013

15.

Jorhat Science Centre & Planetarium, Assam July 6, 2013

16.

Regional Science Centre, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu May 6, 2013.

17.

Sub Regional Science Centre, Jodhpur, Rajasthan August 17, 2013

18.

Regional Science Centre, Pilikula, Karnataka October 1, 2014

19.

Sub Regional Science Centre, Puducherry May 3, 2015

20.

Regional Science Centre, Dehradun, Uttarakhand February 3, 2016

21.

Bargarh Science Centre, Bargarh, Odisha January 21, 2020

22.

Udaipur Science Centre, Udaipur, Tripura February 28, 2021

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Other Museums/Centres developed by NCSM Date of Inauguration

1.

National Agricultural Science Museum, New Delhi November 3, 2004

2.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama, Amritsar July 20, 2006

3.

ONGC Golden Jubilee Museum, Dehradun August 14, 2006

4.

Kalpana Chawla Memorial Planetarium, Kurukshetra, Haryana July 24, 2007
In addition, NCSM has developed the following Centres and Galleries outside India:

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List of Centres/Galleries developed by NCSM (Abroad) Date of Inauguration

1.

Rajiv Gandhi Science Center, Port Louis, Mauritius November 30, 2004

2.

India Gallery at International Buddhist Museum, Kandy, Sri Lanka November 6, 2013
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