The Raman Science Centre and Raman Planetarium Complex at Nagpur is an interactive science centre affiliated with Mumbai's Nehru Science Centre. The centre changed into advanced to sell a systematic attitude, painting the growth of science and generation and their programs in enterprise and human welfare, and preserve science famous. The centre is known as after well-known Nobel Prize winner Indian physicist Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. The Raman Science Centre changed into inaugurated on 7 March 1992 and the planetarium turned into began on 5 January 1997.
The centre is positioned opposite Gandhi Sagar Lake in the coronary heart of Nagpur. Between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015 the Centre recorded a tourist rely of 582,962. The centre is part of the National Council of Science Museums, India which is also the largest community of technology centres/museums under a unmarried administrative umbrella in the global. NCSM rates the centre as nearby stage and it has a total floor vicinity of 4333 sq.meters.