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On-going Projects

   
 
  • Things Encountered, Things Unbound : Objects engagements in museums in India and the UK: This research project is being jointly organised by the National Museum Institute (NMI), Delhi and University of Leicester, UK.

 
   
 
 
 
 
  • Educational Research:
 
 
  • Setting up of Museum Corners in schools of Ladakh and Western Uttar Pradesh: For the pilot project, corners have to be set up at following three regions of Ladakh – Nubra, Thangtse and Khaltsa as well as in Western Uttar Pradesh - Meerut.
 
  • Teachers Resource Pack is being designed and developed.
 
  • Yuva Saathi - Young visitors programme for the National Museum: It is Action Research Project which focuses on engaging young minds in a dialogue with the objects of National Museum with the help of Young Volunteer guides, Yuva Saathis.
 
  • Action Research Project at AIIMS: “Museum extends to Hospital” is a Action Research Project which is taken up by the Department of Museology that involves Installation of copies of paintings from various museums in the Paediatric wards of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.  The purpose of this project is to create appreciation and awareness of museum objects through outreach display. The main aim of this project is to provide children an opportunity to see and experience all types of art. It will also benefit the students at the Institute in learning the process of organizing an exhibition, creating outreach activities and interpret objects for different categories of museum audience.
 
  • The “Documentation of Nine Masters” is ongoing project, an attempt to digitally document the works of the Indian Nine Master artist, Nicolas Roerich. In this project the information is being gathered, compiled and documented successfully in the digital form.
   
 
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