Plasma Exhibition
Geetanjali Institute of Technology Studies (GITS), Udaipur
15-19 April, 2024

Institute for Plasma Research (IPR), Gandhinagar (Gujarat), in association with Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies (GITS), Udaipur (Rajasthan), organized an exhibition on Plasma, "The Fourth State of Matter" during 15-19 April, 2024. This program is part of IPR’s scientific outreach activity in various states of India under the auspices of “70 years of DAE” celebrations.  The event was inaugurated by the Director of GITS, Dr. Narendra Singh Rathore.

The programme consisted of an exhibition on plasma, its applications as well as introductory talks on plasma for visiting students and training program on plasma, its applications and nuclear fusion for science teachers.  Sixty one students of 1st year engineering degree course from GITS were trained by IPR staff to explain the various exhibits to visiting public. In the training program on plasma and its applications for science teachers, over 50 teachers from Udaipur participated and were provided with resource materials and tokotoy. A quiz program was also conducted for school students and Tokomak assembly competition was conducted for the volunteers.  Over 3000 students from over 48 schools and colleges in Udaipur visited the exhibition.  The event was coordinated by Dr Hina Oza and Dr. Vishal Jain of GITS. 

Number of
Teachers trained in plasma

Students trained for exhibition


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The plasma exhibition at GITS, Udaipur

Inauguration of the event (L) Lighting the lamp (M) Dr. N. S. Rathore (Director, GITS) (R) Dr. A V Ravi KUmar, IPR

Introducing plasma to visiting students

Visitors experiencing Virtual Reality at the exhibition

Student volunteers of GITS explaining the exhibits to visitors

Training program in Plasma for teachers in progress

Quiz program for students in progress

Tokamak assembly competition in progress

Volunteers from GITS with IPR Outreach team

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