B M Birla
B M Birla Science Centre showcases the country’s achievements in science, in collaboration with the Government of India departments like the Department of Ocean Development, Indian Space Research Organization, Geological Survey of India, Ministry of Science & Technology and many others.
G P Birla centre was established in 2011 to support cultural scholarship and to serve as a centre of excellence in astronomical research. The centre has several national & international collaborations which serve the scholarship that the centre supports.
The Archaeological Museum display/exhibit(s) a variety of unique archaeological objects both excavated & collected. The excavated materials on display date back to forty thousand years to second century A.D. and have been collected from three excavations.
B M Birla
G P Birla Centre
Established in 1969, G P Birla Archaeological Astronomical and Scientific Research Institute (GPBAASRI) has been instrumental in preserving the historical and cultural past of India and spreading science across the nation.
GPBAASRI has brought several archaeological sites to light and has produced studies that are both historical and anthropological. The science division, the BM Birla Science Centre, is a premier institution for science dissemination and research as a functional private enterprise. It houses one of India’s flagship planetariums and has a legacy of more than three functional decades.
At the GPBAASRI Hyderabad campus, we interact with more than 100,000 people every year – that is an impact gradient higher than any other such institution in Asia!