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Organization : Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Competition Name : CBSE Science Exhibition 2016-17
Registration Last Date : 20th October, 2016
Website : http://cbseacademic.in/
Notification : https://www.contest.net.in/uploads/16489-Science.pdf
CBSE Science Exhibition
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been taking many initiatives to provide interactive, participatory, hands-on, innovative and creative learning experiences to students studying in its affiliated schools.
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CBSE National Level Science Exhibition 2016-17
Taking into consideration the enthusiastic response from participating schools in the past, it has again been decided to organize Science exhibitions for the academic year 2016-17. These exhibitions are likely to be organized in different parts of the country at REGIONAL LEVEL in the month of November/ December in 2016 and at NATIONAL LEVEL in the month of January/February in 2017.
Science, Technology and Mathematics for Nation Building
3. Transport and Communication
4. Innovations in renewable resources for sustainable environment
5. Innovations in food production and food security
6. Mathematical solutions in everyday life
How To Register
(i) All schools willing to participate may fill up the on-line registration before closing date.
(ii) The last date for filling the on-line registration form is 20thOctober, 2016.
(iii) The registration fee of Rs. 650/- must be submitted through NEFT to the account of the Board as given below:
The Unique Transaction Reference Number after submitting fee through NEFT, must be mentioned in the online registration form.
Name of the A/C holder Secretary, CBSE
Account No. 24172010004103
Name of the Bank & Branch Syndicate Bank, CBSE Extn. Counter, New Delhi – 110002
IFSC Code SYNB0002417
(iv) The complete application including typed brief write-up (not more than 1000 words) for each exhibit and printed copy of the online registration form duly signed and forwarded by the Principal is to be sent to the following address super scribed ‘SCIENCE EXHIBITION 2016–17’ by 25THOCTOBER, 2016.
Rules For Participation
(i) Number of exhibits/projects/models- A participating school can put up a maximum of two exhibits/projects/models.
(ii) School Team -A school team may be represented by a maximum of two students per exhibit and one escort Science Teacher.
(iii) School team participating at Regional Level and National Level must remain the same.
(iv) Students studying in Grade VI to XI in the current academic year i.e. 2016–17are eligible to participate.
(v) The exhibit/ project displayed and selected at regional level should be based on the theme and sub-theme selected.
(vi) The sub – theme once selected cannot be changed.
(vii) The exhibit/model may include :
** Working model to explain a concept, principle or a process
** An indigenous design of a machine/device
** An innovative/inexpensive design or technique
** Application of basic principles of Science/Technology
** Scheme/design of a device or machine to reduce production cost
** Investigation based study
** New and innovative ideas to the form of presentations
(viii) The participating school/team will have to bear all expenses related to participation in the event.
(ix) The participating teams will have to make their own lodging/boarding arrangements at the venue city of exhibition.
(x) A few exemplar ideas pertaining to the sub – themes listed in the context of the theme for the development of exhibits are enclosed as Annexure – I.
(xi) It is mandatory to submit a neatly typed brief write up (not more than 1000 words) about the exhibit / ideas for presentation at regional as well as national level at the time of registration as per the given performa enclosed at Annexure – II.
(xii) The exhibits will be assessed by the experts as per the following criteria:
Mrs. Archana Thakur
Assistant Professor And Deputy Director
Central Board Of Secondary Education
“Shikshasadan”, 17, Rouse Avenue
New Delhi – 110002.
(i) The first stage of exhibition will be held at different venues in every region. The information regarding the venues will be circulated / notified later on.
(ii) The selected best eighteen (the numbers may increase or decrease depending on the quality of the exhibit) exhibits at every regional level venue will be eligible to participate in the National level exhibition.
(iii) The actual dates for the regional level will be communicated to every school and details will also be available on CBSE website www.cbseacademic.in by the mid of November, 2016.
(iv) Schools are advised to follow CBSE’s guidelines available on CBSE website.
(v) Each participant of the Regional Level Science Exhibition would be awarded a ‘Certificate of Participation’. Each winner of Regional and National Level Science Exhibition would be awarded a ‘Certificate of Merit’.
(vi) Attractive awards/cash prizes will be given to exhibits/students who are among the best twenty one models at the national level.
(vii) The names of the winners of the National Level Science Exhibition will be forwarded to NCERT for their consideration for participation in 44thJawaharlal Nehru National Science Mathematics and Environmental Exhibition for Children in 2017 to be organised by NCERT. The winners of National level science exhibition may also get an opportunity to attend a mentoring camp and National Fair (2017) to be organized by Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science (IRIS). The confirmation for the participation in the aforementioned programmes is subjected to their selection for the same.
For any other information in this regard, you may contact at Tel. No.-011-23230328 or email at email@example.com with a copy to undersigned.