Three school children of the state will get an opportunity to visit the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Children will be selected in Youth Scientific Program (Yuvika) under Jay Vigyan (science), Jay Research Scheme, run by ISRO. In which students will get a chance to see and understand the technique of satellite creation.
ISRO has provided this opportunity to create interest in students towards the space sector and to include children in the country’s space program. Director of Research and Training, Seema Jonsari, said that the aim of this program of ISRO is to provide basic knowledge on the space technology, space science and space applications to the youth with the intention of creating an interest in the emerging areas of the main space.
ISRO has chosen this program to impart knowledge to children at an early age. The residential training program will be for a period of approximately two weeks during the summer holidays and each year, three students will be selected from each state to participate in this program. Those who have completed the eighth grade studying CBSE, ICSE and state course and are currently studying in Ninth grade, they will be eligible for the program.
She said that interested participants can contact the Chief Education Officer of their district and submit their application till March 19. Apart from this, the participants can also download the application on SCERT Uttarakhand’s website www.scert.uk.gov.in. She said that to learn more about the programme, contact 0802217211 9 and 9496040045. Read more posts…