17th February 2023
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) will throw open its gates to visitors on the occasion of Open Day to be held on Saturday, 4 March 2023, after a gap of two years.
Open Day is typically organised close to the birth anniversary of the Founder, JN Tata, as well as National Science Day. This year, on 4 March 2023, from 9 am to 5 pm, people from all walks of life are invited to explore the campus and catch a glimpse of the exciting research conducted here.
On this day, students and researchers at the Institute will showcase their work as well as new and exciting advances in science and technology for visiting enthusiasts. The Institute will be abuzz with popular lectures, panel discussions, quizzes and competitions. Each Department and Centre will put forth experimental demonstrations, interactive exhibits and colourful posters.
“Through Open Day, we hope to share the excitement of science and engineering with every visitor, and inspire them to develop the scientific temper necessary to become a responsible citizen of the modern world,” said Prof G Rangarajan, Director, IISc.
There will be e-rickshaws (Transvahan) available for easy commute inside the campus and helpdesks will be located at several points. Visitors are requested to help keep the campus clean by making full use of the garbage bins placed everywhere, and by bringing their own water bottles (drinking water refill stations will be available across campus).
Entry to Open Day is free. Although registration is not mandatory, educational and other institutions as well as individual members of the public are strongly encouraged to register for the event at the following links:
For more details about Open Day, please visit https://openday.iisc.ac.in
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