In a press release, the Gujarat government said that Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said, “We are expediting the visionary plan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make the development of modern Gujarat comprehensive and inclusive. The Chief Minister visited Ahmedabad on Sunday to review and inspect the performance of various projects of the Science City, which was built with the inspiration of the Prime Minister.

The Chief Minister said that Gujarat is developing on the basis of heritage and modern science. He also expressed confidence that the Global Robotic Gallery and the country’s largest aquarium, which is soon to take shape in Science City, will become a major attraction in the days to come. The state government is committed to make Gujarat an education hub and that is why we are also developing a knowledge corridor. He added.

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the state government has made efforts to make the children of the state immersed in the world of science through the latest projects of Science City.

Outlining the work being done by the state government’s science and technology department in this direction, he said that a global robotic gallery as well as the country’s largest aquarium would soon be set up in Science City, which would enable the children of the state to be immersed in the world of science.

The Chief Minister witnessed first hand the robotics in the Robotics Gallery, the role of robotics in research and rescue, and the performance of robotics in the medical and health sectors. The Chief Minister said that development has taken place in all directions in the state. He also gave details of the development of Dinosaur Park in Balasinor on the occasion. The Chief Minister said that environmental protection has also been taken into consideration in the foundation of development of the state and that is why Solar City has been planned in Modhera.

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani made it clear that science centers and four local museums are being developed in every district of the state to equip the future generation of the state to keep pace with the developed world with the help of science and technology. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani gave a comprehensive review of the works in progress at Science City. The Chief Minister also released the booklet Our Sites Against Covid-19 prepared by Science City and a pen drive with information from Science City. 3D He also got face-to-face information about a replica machine made by a printer.

Harit Shukla, Secretary, Department of Science and Technology, briefed the Chief Minister about the musical fountains being prepared and in progress in Science City, the new theater, the Planet Earth Department, the Energy Park, the Life Science Department. During the visit of the Chief Minister, the Executive Director of Gujarat Science City S. D. Vora and the officers stayed with.

VR Niti Sejpal