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CM lays foundation stone for Science Museum 'Brahmanda’

Tirupati, Jan 4 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu laid the foundation stone for Science Museum 'Brahmanda’ near SV Zoo park here today.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Naidu said the museum to be developed by DRDO will come up in 200 acres at a cost of Rs 1,500 crore.
The museum will be different compared to other museums established at various places across the country and will also help the students to take up scientific experiments, Mr Naidu said.
He said the theme is ‘Seven Hills of Tirumala’ and the building will look like seven globes representing the Seven Hills. A modern telescope will also be installed.
A convention centre and a International-standard planetarium will be constructed at the museum, the Chief Minister said.
Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Y S Chaudhary said though some clearances are pending for the museum, the Chief Minister has taken the initiative to goahead with the museum.
The government will take all necessary steps to complete the museum in the next 13 months, Mr Chaudhary said.
Dr Sathish Reddy. Scientific Adviser to the Defence Ministry was also present on the occasion.

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