Digital Museum At Rajasthan Assembly To Be Open For School Children On November 14
The new digital museum in the Rajasthan Assembly, inaugurated by former Chief Justice of India NV Ramana in July this year, later will be open to the public at a nominal fee.
School children will be allowed free entry for a month to the new digital museum on the Rajasthan Assembly premises from November 14. The museum, inaugurated by former Chief Justice of India N.V Ramana in July this year, later will be open to the public at a nominal fee.
Assembly Speaker C P Joshi told reporters at a press conference that on the occasion of Children's Day, the museum will be open for schoolchildren so they can get acquainted with the democratic set up of the country.
"The purpose of the museum is to display the glorious political history of Rajasthan and also to make people aware of the political proceedings and arrangements," he said.
The museum built on about 21,000 square feet area at a cost of Rs 17 crore will give a tour to the visitors through advanced technology about democracy, and assembly proceedings.
A detailed description of the rights and roles of the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, the Leader of the House and the Leader of the Opposition has also been displayed in this museum, along with the process of how bills are passed and become law. The museum also has wax sculptures of chief ministers and assembly speakers besides a glimpse of Rajasthan's culture and tradition.
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