Talent hunt


The Vijanan Bharati (VIBHA), a movement to promote Science amongst children, is organising Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) — the national science talent search on November 26, 2017. The aim is to select students with scientific temperament from Class VI to XI across the country. Vigyan Prasar (VP), an autonomous organisation under Department of Science and Technology and NCERT have joined hands in organising this competition.

The competition will be held on a digital platform. It will be multi-level competition and the students can register with their respective schools. The schools will have to sign up for the registration by assigning a person-in-charge to coordinate the examination. The school login ID will be created and schools can register as many students still September 20, 2017. The syllabus for this competition includes NCERT books of Science and Maths of respective classes, articles published by VIBHA, biographies of Dr Vikram Sarabhai and Dr Homi Jahangir Bhabha, general knowledge, logic and reasoning.

The study material will be made available at www.vvm.org.in from October 1. The exam will be conducted for two sections: Junior Classes (VI-VIII) and senior Classes IX-XI. The students from respective classes will be compared separately for the purpose of evaluation. Registered students can also appear in series of mock exam from October 1 to November 20, 2017.



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