ScienceUtsav -Jayanagar

location_on Jayanagar
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About us

ScienceUtsav is a creative edutainment program for children of age 05 to 14 years. We strive to create an interactive learning platform for the participants through hands-on activities, science experiments, fun projects, science games, puzzles, science expeditions, role plays and other innovative pedagogy techniques. We believe that “practicality is everything”!

We encourage children to ask questions about ‘How’s and Whys’ of Science and strive very hard to make the answering process practical as well as thought provoking. ScienceUtsav’s main mission is to kindle reasoning and logical thinking amongst kids. 


ScienceUtsav Currently has classes for:

1. Science Fun club

(Astronomy, Physics, chemistry, biology, Electronic Workshops)

2. Robotics and Programing skills 

3. Skill Schools 

4. Science Birthday Parties

We also conduct Science Competitions for kids, Weekend fun activities, Discovery Saturdays and much more... 

For details Please check or call us on 9035216555


Contact Person
Mr Ajith
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ScienceUtsav,Das Commercial Complex, JSS Circle, Kanakapura Main Road, Jayanagar 7th Block Banglore KA IN - 560082   Jayanagar  
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  • Enriching workshops in science High 5
    Mar 23,2015
    Good fun programs at Orchids, followed by workshops in jayanagr. worth the review. Harsha 
  • Exciting journey of discovery
    Mar 19,2015
    My daughter Anusha aged 11 years has been attending science utsav programmes for more than 4 years. She is super excited with her experiences. When kids read theory or get a demo or watch a video, they are like spectators of a game. Involved, but not excited. But at science utsav, they become part o... 
  • Awesome Mangalyaan event
    Nov 05,2014
    The event on Mangalyaan was just awesome. A great opportunity to meet the ISRO scientists. My daughter asked several questions to scientists. Keep going and keep posting such events. 
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