Masalon Mein Keet Prabandhan

by Shukla, Abhishek

ISBN: 9789354614569
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Imprint : Daya Publishing House
Year : 2023
Price : Rs. 4495.00
Biblio : viii+120p., figs., tabls., gloss., 23 cm

About The Book

The Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAMS&T) Centre) has brought out a publication entitled “The Changing Role of Science Centres and Museums in Developing Countries” based on the proceedings of the international workshop on the above subject held in Hanoi, Vietnam, during 20-22 October 2004. Science centres and museums are very important in discovering and exploring ideas and also in helping to forge a strong relationship between science and society. The role of museums in society has also expanded as they are not merely concerned with the procurement, care, study, display of objects but also are the information centres for understanding our world, raising public awareness of current research and stimulating an interest in science among people. The content is focused on the programmes, activities, galleries, displays, exhibits, methods, means, strategies etc to attract more visitors to the science centres and museums. The volume contains contributions from well known experts from various developing countries and an overview on the status of the science centres in these countries. It also includes the Hanoi Resolution 2004 signed by 14 country representatives respectively from Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Sudan, Vietnam, Zambia.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Status of Science Centres and Museums of Bangladesh: An Overview by Mesbahul Alam <br/> Chapter 2: The Special Consideration for Establishing Science City in Egypt (Science for All) by Salwa Abdalla El-gharib <br/> Chapter 3: The Changing Role of Science Centres and Museums in Developing Countries: An Appraisal by Samir Kumar Ray <br/> Chapter 4: A Presentation on Educational Programmes and Activities Organised by National Council of Science Museums, Govt of India, and A Live Demonstration Lecture on Physics: Fun with Papers by Ratan Kumar Chakrabarti <br/> Chapter 5: Changing Role of Science Centres and Museums in India by VB Kamble <br/> Chapter 6: Science Centre Challenge in a Changing World by Herudi Kartowisastro <br/> Chapter 7: Role of The National Science Centre in Nurturing Science and Technology Learning by Jayanath Appaudurai <br/> Chapter 8: Current Status of Science Centres and Museums in Mauritius by Oree Vishwamitra <br/> Chapter 9: Science Centres and Museums in Nepal by Dayananda Bajracharya <br/> Chapter 10: Museums and Science Centres in Pakistan by Dr Muhammad Rashid Awan <br/> Chapter 11: Proposed National Norms and Standards for A Network of Science Centres in South Africa by K M Lebs Mphahlele <br/> Chapter 12: Museums and Science Centres in Sri Lanka by Arumahennadige Piyasiri <br/> Chapter 13: The Changing Role of Science Centers and Museums in Sudanby Ibrahim Babiker Abdalla <br/> Chapter 14: The Syrian Culture and Syrian Vision of the Role of Museums in Developing and Protecting the Culture and Civilization: The plans in the future by Yousef Khacho <br/> Chapter 15: Roles of the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Community and Marine Biological Education by Le Ly <br/> Chapter 16: More Effective and Attractive Activities are Needed for Museums to Universalize Scientific Knowledge by Nguyen Van Huy <br/> Chapter 17: Vietnam Strives for Purpose to Socializing Science and Technology Activities by Phan Huy Chi <br/> Chapter 18: Zambia’s Advance Towards Developing A Science Centre by Festers Hangandu Mungo <br/> Chapter 19: Future Prospects of Science Centres and Museums in the Changing Economics and the Ongoing Technological Revolution in the Developing World by Jibananada Mishra <br/>