Summer Program for class VI and VII       Click here for more..

Experiments to Explore (Middle School Students): This is an online programme strictly for students who have passed VI or VII standard this year. One experiment or one concept will be discussed in detail each day. The experiments can be repeated by children at home since we will be using some of the commonly available materials.

ಅವಧಿ/ Duration: ಮೇ/May 24 – 28, 2021
ಸಮಯ /Time: ಮಧ್ಯಾಹ್ನ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
ಶುಲ್ಕ/ Fee: ₹ 500/- (ಬುಕ್ ಮೈ ಶೋ ಮೂಲಕ ಪಾವತಿಸಬೇಕು/to be paid through bookmyshow)
ಆಸನಗಳ ಮಿತಿ/No. of seats: 40 ವಿದ್ಯಾರ್ಥಿಗಳು/students

Link for registration :

OCCULTATION on 17th April 2021      

Live streaming -

Subject to weather conditions allowing clear skies, lunar occultation of Mars will be live streamed from Planetarium, Bengaluru.

Sky-theatre shows remain suspended from 16.04.2021      

In view of rising number of Covid cases at an alarming rate, as a measure of abundant caution, sky theatre shows of the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium remain suspended from April 16, 2021 until further notice. Public are requested to kindly cooperate. However, online activities will be continued.

Summer Programmes - 2021       Click here for more..

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium (JNP) is organising the summer programmes through Micro Soft Teams app (online) for the students of class 3 to 10. Interested students may pay and register through bookmyshow website.

Links for Bookmyshow page:

Zero Shadow Day:

Tiny Tots:

Exploring the Solar System:

Experiments to Explore:

OCCULTATION on 17th April 2021       Click here for more..

A celestial event called OCCULTATION is taking place on the evening of Saturday 17th April 2021. The crescent moon will move in front of the planet, Mars, covering it from 17:39 hrs. to 19:33 hrs (IST). The Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru, is arranging for live streaming of the event from 19:00 hrs to 19:45 hrs (IST), the link will be available on our website ( Due to prevailing Covid-19 situation, no arrangements are made in the JNP campus for public viewing.

Workshop on ZERO SHADOW DAY       Click here for more..

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru, is organising a two-day online workshop for high school students on 23rd and 24th April 2021 between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. It will cover the concepts related to Zero Shadow Day such as rotation and revolution of the earth, importance of specific latitudes such as equator, Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn and measurement of local time. Interested students may register through bookmyshow website by paying the fee of Rs.100/- per head. Registration is on first come first served basis, limited to 35 numbers. The link to the programme will be provided to the registered participants in advance.

Science Club on 11th April 2021 bet 4 pm & 5:30 pm - topic is NAVIGATION       Click here for more..

In this session, discussion is made on the interdisciplinary development of science, engineering and navigation. Modern transportation relies heavily on the engineering from building seaworthy ships, autonomous vehicles, and space vehicles. At the same time navigating these vehicles requires an equally well managed network driven by data. One small incident, especially at a choke point, will throw the global transport network out of order. All these and related aspects are discussed in this session.

Know Your Stars on 4th April 2021       Click here for more..

Monthly sky gazing programme entitled "Know Your Stars" for public is scheduled on 4th April 2021 at 6.30 pm. Charges Rs.50/- per head.

Monthly Science Movie - "The Private Life of Plants"       Click here for more..

Screening monthly science movie entitled "The Private Life of Plants" is scheduled on 21st March 2021 at 5:30 pm. Entry is free.

Science Club on 14th Mar 2021 bet 4 pm & 5:30 pm - "Gravity"       Click here for more..

In this session, the evolution of idea of gravity is discussed. Starting from Archimedes to Einstein, the notion of gravity has underwent several changes. The recent detection of gravitational waves is of landmark significance for physics in general and astronomy in particular.

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