The citizens of Hyderabad will be experiencing the longest and most visited mobile science exhibition that will begin from October 9 to 19 at Secunderabad.
The mobile science express was launched in 2007 and till date has covered over 68,000 km all over India with over 65 lakh visitors.
As it is coinciding with the CoP-11 biodiversity meeting, many foreign delegates will be visiting the Science Express-Biodiversity Special (SEBS). The mobile train has 16 coaches and exhibits on climate change and biodiversity.
About 100 stalls will be opened at the exhibition. In addition to these stalls there will be free health check up camps, Joy of Science Lab for students, yoga demonstration and many other things.
The state government will be organising an Arogya Exhibition that will be held at Nampally Exhibition Grounds from October 12 for four days. The exhibition is exclusively for the CoP-11 delegates as it exhibits different kinds of Indian medicine system such as sidda, unani, homoeo, yoga and naturopathy.
Source: The Hindu