Noida News: Noida News: Students in Science Park will solve the mystery of science, Yamuna Authority is going to do this work – noida news: yamuna authority will develop a science park in area, students solve mystery of science

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Greater Noida
Yamuna Authority will develop a Science Park in the area. In this, science students will also get an opportunity to do research. There is a plan to make a research center of science here. Facilities will be here on the lines of National Science Center of Delhi. With this a museum of science will be built.

At present, there is no science museum or science center in the district. Students of science are taken from the schools to the Science Center in Delhi. Now there is a plan to develop a science park in Yida City in the district itself. Science-related companies will invest in it. Also a science museum will be built. In it, information about science related discoveries will be found. The progress of science so far since ancient times will be known here.

All planets in the constellations will be able to see
The Science Park will also have an auditorium. It will show films related to science. There will also be a facility of digital constellations, in which all the planets of the constellations can be seen. Students will be able to do research here.

Plans to build 3D theater also
Like Delhi, there will be a Science and Technology Heritage Gallery, in which a long history of 4500 years of Indian heritage can be seen. The story of the development of communication technology will be told in the Information Revolution Gallery. There are also plans to build a 3D theater. They will also be able to arrange children’s entertainment.

There will be work on a plan to build a science park in Yida City
Yamuna Authority CEO Dr. Arunveer Singh said that a plan will be made for the students to build a science park in Yida City. In the science park, students will be able to learn along with entertainment. In this, such facilities will be provided at the world level, so that students will be interested in science.

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