Nehru Children's Museum

a Project of National Cultural Association

1945 National Cultural Association formed
1946 Exhibition of Posters on the Indian Struggle for Freedom.
1954 Exhibition of Painting based on ‘Glimpses of World History’ inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister, India at Kalyani, West Bengal.
1954 Exhibition of Paintings on ‘Man and his World’ at New Delhi inaugurated by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, Vice President, India
1955 Exhibition of Ramayana in models at Indian Museum inaugurated by Dr. B.C.Roy, Chief Minister, West Bengal
1955 Series of exhibitions highlighting dignity of labour, evils of dowry system and food wastage
1957 A feature film on Ramayana
1961 80th Birthday celebration of Dr. B.C.Roy at Mahajati Sadan inaugurated by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, President of India
1963 Poster Exhibition on ‘The Great Awakening’ at Calcutta Information Centre by Shri P.C.Sen, Chief Minister, West Bengal.
1964-66 Published a series of 24 illustrated books on Science and Technology in Bengali and English titled Sachitra Bigyan Kosh.
1968 Foundation Stone for Nehru Children's Museum laid by Sri Jyoti Bhattacharya, Education Minister, West Bengal
1972 Nehru Children's Museum inaugurated on 14th November by Sri Siddhartha Sankar Ray, Chief Minister, West Bengal
1973 1st Sit & Draw Art Contest
1974 1st State Level Science Exhibition
1976 Sishu Bhavan Patrika, a monthly journal in English and Bengali
1976 ‘Know India’, Quiz Contest
1977 Village level Jawahar Sishu Bhavan for nonformal education
1979 ‘Know Calcutta’ Quiz Contest
1979 Non formal education centres in districts of West Bengal
1981 Foundation Stone laying of ‘Toy Train’ project at Rabindra Sarovar
1981 1st ‘Learn to Live Together’ Camp
1983 Vidyasagar Sishu Academy at Rabindra Sarovar inaugurated
1985 Toy Train Project inaugurated by Shri Jyoti Basu, Chief Minister, West Bengal
1985 Vidyasagar Academy - Computer Training Centre