Who brought first computer in India?
|Samarendra Kumar Mitra|
|Known for||Designed, developed and constructed India’s first indigenous computer (an electronic analog computer) in ISI in 1953|
|Awards||Cunningham Memorial Prize in Chemistry|
|Fields||Chemistry Computer science|
Which is the first museum in India in Kolkata?
The Indian Museum in Central Kolkata, West Bengal, India, also referred to as the Imperial Museum at Calcutta in colonial-era texts, is the ninth oldest museum in the world, the oldest and largest museum in India.
When and where was the Birla Industrial and Technological museum established?
2 May 1959
Birla Industrial & Technological Museum
|Formation||2 May 1959|
|Region served||West Bengal, Bihar & Odisha|
Who is Father of computer in India?
Rangaswamy Narasimhan (April 17, 1926 – September 3, 2007) was an Indian computer and cognitive scientist, regarded by many as the father of computer science research in India….
|Occupation||Computer and cognitive scientist|
|Known for||TIFRAC-the first Indian indigenous computer|
Which is the second oldest museum in India?
Government Museum of Chennai
Established in 1851, Government Museum of Chennai is popular as the Madras Museum. Factually being the second oldest museum of India (after Kolkata’s Indian Museum), this museum is a treasure in itself!
Who introduced museum?
From mouseion to museum Thus, the great Museum at Alexandria, founded by Ptolemy I Soter early in the 3rd century bce, with its college of scholars and its famous library, was more a prototype university than an institution to preserve and interpret material aspects of one’s heritage.
How many museums are there in Kolkata?
List of museums in West Bengal
|Marble Palace||Kolkata||Historic house|
|Nehru Museum of Science and Technology||Kharagpur||Science|
|Netaji Bhawan||Kolkata||Memorial hall|
|Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture||Kolkata||Indian Art and Culture|
Which is first science museum in India?
Birla Industrial and Technological Museum
The first science museum, Birla Industrial and Technological Museum (BITM), Kolkata under CSIR43, was opened on 2 May 1959. In July 1965, the second science museum of the country, the Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM) was opened in Bangalore.