National, State, District, Mandal, School Level Science Seminars 2018 for TS Schools

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Science Seminar: National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) organizes the annual ‘Student’s Science Seminar’ in every year. School students studying up to class X can participate in this competitive event. The objective of the Science Seminar is to inculcate a spirit of scientific enquiry and analytical thinking in the minds of young students. The Science Seminar is organised on a competitive basis in each State and Union Territory. The Science Seminar is deliberated generally at School, Block, District and State level. Winners from each School participate at Block level. Winners of Block level participate at District level Competition. Two winners from each District participate in State/UT level contest and only one winner from each State/Union Territory is eligible for National level Competition.

National, State, District, Mandal, School Level Science Seminars 2018 for TS Schools

National Science Seminar  2018: Birla Industrial & Technological Museum, Kolkata will organize the National Science Seminar for the students on the 9th November, 2018. This year, the topic of the seminar is "The topic for the National Science Seminar is "Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0: Are we Prepared?”. The objective of the Science Seminar is to inculcate a spirit of scientific enquiry and analytical thinking in the minds of young students. The Science Seminar will be conducted on a competitive basis in each State and Union Territory. The Seminar is organized generally at School, Block, District and State level before culminating at the National Level. Winners from each School participate at Block Level seminars and winners of Block Level seminars participate at the District level seminars. A maximum of 2(Two) winners from each District participate in State/UT level Seminar and only one winner from each State / Union Territory is eligible for National Science Seminar, which will be held ....
National Level Competition, which will be held at Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum on 5th October, 2018 (Friday).


National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) organizes the annual ‘Student’s Science Seminar’  every year. School students studying in class VIII to X can participate in this competitive event. The objective of the Science Seminar is to inculcate a spirit of scientific enquiry and analytical thinking in the minds of young students. The Science Seminar is organized in collaboration with Education Departments and Department of Science & Technology of various states and UT on a competitive basis in each State and Union Territory of the Country. The Science Seminar is deliberated generally at School, Block, District and State level. Winners from each School participate at Block level. Winners of Block level participate at District level Competition. Two winners from each District participate in State/UT level contest and only one winner from each State/Union Territory is eligible for National level Competition. 

This year the topic of the National Science Seminar(NSS) – 2018 is ‘Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0: Are we prepared?’ 'औद्योगिक क्रांति (औ.क्रां.) 4.0 : क्या हम तैयार है ?' and it will be held at Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum, Bangalore on 5th October, 2018

State Level Science Seminar 2018:
Science Seminars 2018:
Mandal Level Science Seminar 2018: ... in August
District Level Science Seminar 2018: ... in August
State Level Science Seminar 2018: ...  in September
National Level Science Seminar 2018: 05-10-2018
They are therefore requested to organize the mandal level and district level science seminar on "The topic for the National Science Seminar is "Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0: Are we Prepared?”"


National Science Seminar 2018

Basic Information for Science Seminar up to State Level
Date of National Science Seminar: 10 October, 2018

Objective:
• To inculcate in the minds of young students a spirit of scientific inquiry and analytical thinking
• To provide a platform to the budding scientists for exchanging ideas
• To nurture a feeling of national integration among young talents from every corner of the country

RULES AND REGULATIONS: 
Introduction : The objective of the Science Seminar is to inculcate a spirit of scientific enquiry and analytical thinking in the minds of young students. The Science Seminar will be held on a competitive basis in each State and Union Territory. The Seminar is organized generally at School, Block, District and State level before culminating at the National Level. Winners from each School participate at Block level seminars and winners of Block level seminars participate at the District level seminars. A maximum of 2(Two) winners from each District participate in State/UT level Seminar and only one winner from each State I Union Territory is eligible for National level Science Seminar, which will be held at Birla Industrial & Technological Museum, Kolkata on the 9th November, 2018.

Participants: High School Students from class VIII to Class X only

Language: English, Hindi or any recognized Indian language

ELIGIBILITY
• Students from class VIII to X.
• The first prize winner from each State/Union Territory will be eligible to participate in National Science Seminar to be held at Birla Industrial and Technological Museum, Kolkata, West Bengal

SCHOLARSHIPS
(Tenable for one year)
* Winner: 2000/- p.m.
* Special Prizes (9): Z- 1000/- p.m.

PRIZES
Books / Science Kits for all participants of National Science Seminar 2018.

Duration: Participants shall make his/her presentation on the given topic for a maximum duration of 6 minutes. This will be followed by a two minute Question-Answer Session with the Judges on the same topic.



Pattern: Each participant of the State/Union Territory Science Seminar will be asked 3 (three) questions in the Question-Answer session after his/her presentation by the judges and he/she will be required to answer any 2 questions in two minutes. There will be a written aptitude test also for all the participants before the Seminar starts.

Grading: For evaluating and grading the presentations of the participants, following criteria will be judged :
1. Scientific  Content in  presentation:40 marks
2. Fluency in Speech: 25 marks
3. Ability  to answer questions
(a) A written  Aptitude  Test of 20 questions (20 minutes maximum): 10 marks
(b) Answer to Questions in Question-Answer Session after the presentation (2 out of 3 questions): 10 marks
4. Novelty in use of visuals: 15 marks
Total: 100 marks
Supplementary Visuals: The maximum number of supporting visuals I slides I charts etc. permitted per presentation is altogether 5 (five) only.
The details of these are as given below:
a) Charts I Posters - maximum size permitted is 850 mm (width) x 600 mm (height). All charts I posters are to be mounted - one on top of other - as done in a calendar. One side of the char.t I poster is considered as one unit. There should be no pop-ups·
OR
b) Slides should be of 35 mm format mounted in plastic frame preferably
OR
c) The size of the overhead projector slides should not be more than A4 size, which could be viewed fully when projected
OR
d) Computer based slides, Static (Office 2010 ppsx & .pptx format) without additional features like animation, pop-ups, rollovers, etc. No interaction within one slide is permitted.
Note: 30 models, videos and films are not allowed to be shown during the deliberation I presentation.




Prizes: As decided by the host organizers of State / Union Territory level Science
Seminars.

Date: As announced by the State / UT organizing authority (like State / UT Education Dept. / SCERT / SISE / SIE/ S&T etc. However, all contests in States / UTs must be completed on or before 15th September, 2018. (This is mandatory in order to enable the participants to prepare for National Level Seminar).

Special Note: At the time of deliberation, no Teacher or Escort shall be allowed to assist the participant on the dais except for physically challenged students.

Information to the Host(State/UT) Organizer:
The details of the Seminar held at each District level and State / UT level may be sent to Birla Industrial & Technological Museum, Kolkata along with photographs of the event. During the State / UT Level Competition, a banner showing the details of the sponsor (to be communicated by us later) may be displayed and a photograph of the banner with the participants may be sent to the National Coordinator for records.
National, State, District, Mandal, School Level Science Seminars 2018 for AP Schools

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