The Hindu in School Science Festival from Jan. 22

Karnataka : Bengaluru : 11/01/2018 : Avishkar logo

Karnataka : Bengaluru : 11/01/2018 : Avishkar logo   | Photo Credit: the hindu

The Hindu in School Science Festival will be held in the city on January 22 at Ramakrishna Institute of Moral and Spiritual Education (RIMSE), Yadavgiri.

This inter-school competition is a platform for students with innovative ideas on scientific concepts to showcase their talent and projects. Commencing from 9 a.m., it is open to students from Mysuru, Hassan, Mandya, Chamarajanagar, Ramanagara and Kodagu district.

A team should consist of two students from Class 7 to Class 10. There is no entry fee. Any bona fide team from a school can participate by sending an e-mail to mlrcir@thehindu.co.in. The last date to register is January 18. Spot registration is also permitted. Teams have to report at the venue by 8 a.m. on the day for spot registration. Students participating in the festival would have to demonstrate innovative, cost-effective working model projects under the Make in India concept.

The winner would receive a Change Maker award, cash prize, trophy, and a merit certificate. The first and second runners-up would get cash prizes, trophies and certificates. All participants would receive participation certificates.

Excellent P.U College, Moodabidri, is the Title Sponsor. Ramakrishna Institute of Moral and Spiritual Education (RIMSE) is the venue partner.

For details and assistance, call on 9448279124, 9035566695 or The Hindu office on 0821-2423249.or mlrcir@thehindu.co.in

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