Birla Auditorium is located in Jaipur, India. This auditorium is one of the most famous venues of the city. It hosts some of the renowned international events and exhibits. The exhibition center boasts of its multifunctional and flexible areas and of its capability to host different kinds of events. So many visitors, organizer and exhibitor gather at the exhibition center to take the advantage of functional and flexible spaces build for them. The participants are matching their footsteps with growing needs of the industry. Birla Auditorium also organizes cultural programs and festivals. The participants will get very large parking space at the auditorium.
The B.M Birla Auditorium and Convention Centre have provided several options at one place. A huge amount of knowledge can be grasped easily altogether. The compound of the centre is built in a vast area of about 9.8 acre, which contains computer centre, science museum, library, information processing and broadcasting cell, eight research divisions, planetarium and an auditorium.
The Planetarium projects an audio-visual presentation with latest computerized projection system and provides concessions to the groups visiting from schools. The auditorium holds a seating capacity of about 1350 people. Several big events and conferences are held at the auditorium. The auditorium has been a spectator of major events like Times Education Boutique, Jewelers Association Show, Cera Glass India, etc.
B.M Birla Auditorium is one of the largest auditoriums of India and is built to meet the international standards.
Birla Auditorium has several numbers of tables and chair inside the auditorium that present a perfect atmosphere for exhibitions, promotions and events. This auditorium has been organizing so many events for a longer period of time. Birla Auditorium has highly motivated team of people working for them who leave no stone unturned to meet the needs of customers – exhibitors and visitors. The venue is designed to meet the latest market needs. The auditorium provides most convenient and flexible spaces for hosting events. At the exhibition center the people will get every kind of services to enjoy comfort while visiting the fair. The auditorium is capable to hold a large number of people at a time and also provides large parking area.
One can easily reach at the venue of the Birla Auditorium as it is well connected with airport. The participants can travel by bus or taxi from the airport to the venue they can also travel by their private vehicles as the venue provides parking space for all the participants.
Birla Auditorium provides so many facilities to all the participants. One can plan a perfect event at this exhibition center. The fundamental principles of their services are friendliness, warm hospitality and convenience. As an add to their high standards of services, the facilities that they provide include high speed internet services, onsite catering, 24*7 power supply and public telephone booths. The staff of the exhibition center is very help full; the exhibitors can take help form them anytime during the exhibition process. The exhibition center also provides parking facility for all participants and visitors. The participants will get some of the renowned hotels in the vicinity of the auditorium.
Birla Auditorium hosts a variety of exhibitions, trade shows and trade fairs each year.
The M. P. Birla Planetarium which is in the auditorium started functioning from September 29, 1962 as an educational, scientific and research institution and was formally inaugurated on July 2, 1963 by the first Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. This was the second major Planetarium to be set up in the commonwealth countries with London having a Planetarium a few years earlier to the one in Calcutta then.
This was the first of its kind in India and the largest in Asia. Syt. M. P. Birla was the driving force behind this project. The Planetarium has been established on a land (about an acre) leased by the West Bengal Government. The Planetarium with all its assets had been transferred to the Registered Society of “Birla Institute of Fundamental Research”.
The M. P. Birla Planetarium, since its inception, has designed and presented to the public and students more than 350 astronomical projects dealing with many facets of astronomy, astro-physics, Celestial Mechanics, Space Science, History of astronomy, Centenaries of famous Astronomers as well as mythology concerning stars and planets. The Planetarium has also been conducting a series of graded school programmers for children of various age groups. Almost from the very beginning of this institution, it has been conducting a Free Evening Course in Astronomy. In the year 1993 it introduced a Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Astronomy & Planetarium Sciences.
In the year 1999 the Planetarium joined hands with the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani and introduced a new course called the M. Phil. Course in Astronomy & Planetarium Sciences.
The M. P. Birla Planetarium has been hosting and participating in several National and International seminars in astronomy and connected fields and has been regularly organizing astronomical expeditions for the studies of Solar eclipses and other Celestial events. The Planetarium has also been organizing special lectures and exhibitions in connection with centenaries of astronomers like Galileo, Kepler, Tycho Brahe and others. The Planetarium owns an astronomical observatory equipped with a Celestron C-14 Telescope with accessories such as ST6 CCD Camera, Solar Filter etc.
The Planetarium has been regularly bringing a scientific Journal called “The Journal of M. P. Birla Planetarium” wherein appear contributed articles from astronomers from India as well as from abroad. An editorial board has been suitability set up for the assessment and sensibility of the articles received for publication. In recent years, the Planetarium has also brought out some astronomical publications like “Bust Stories”, “A Brief Introduction of Astronomy”, yearly astronomical pocket-calendars and picture post-cards etc. The M. P. Birla Planetarium was chosen as the venue for the 7th International Planetarium Directors’ Congress in 1980.
The Planetarium is equipped with an Electronics Laboratory for design and fabrication of scientific equipment. In 1993, after two years of work, this lab set up an Automation System for executing the special effects and visuals during a planetarium show. One must come and have a look to the Planetarium before giving their views.