Delhi Science Innovation Hub
Government of Delhi is all set to develop a “Science Innovation Hub” at a school run by it in Kautilya Enclave.
- Delhi Science Innovation Hub includes all the modern and latest facilities, like a planetarium which is a museum to provide enhanced knowledge of scientific culture, and temperament to students.
- With the help of the innovation hub, students would be able to satisfy their growing educational needs.
- The hub will be developed because, there is always a public demand to provide adequate educational infrastructure, so that quality education is available to students near their homes.
About the project cost
Science Innovation hub will be ready at the cost of over Rs 5 crore in two-and-a-half years. It will comprise of an auditorium, a planetarium, a library, a museum with science & technology objects, art & model experiential galleries of latest innovations & trends, collectibles, instruments, simulation systems equipment, and contents.
Who will develop the innovation hub?
The Directorate of Education (DoE) of Delhi government has assigned the task of construction and development of Science Innovation Hub to the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC). It will be developed on a 30,000-square meter area in Kautilya Sarvodaya Co-education School at Chirag Enclave.
World-class experimental infrastructure for exhibitions
The Science Innovation Hub will serve as a world-class science experimental infrastructure for exhibitions and museums. It will also act as a premier centre to propagate science and harness potential of modern communication technologies for the welfare of society.