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(Although it’s little early to appear in Olympiad for a child studying in class VIII, but yes preparation of Junior Science Olympiad is started in class VIII itself.)
Stage I - National Standard Exam in Junior Science - NSEJS:
  • It is conducted by IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers)
  • Eligibility : There is an age criteria, kindly refer to HBCSE website
  • Form are available from the month of July
  • Form to be submitted from the month of September
  • Exam : It is conducted generally in the month of November
  • Syllabus for NSEJS will be broadly equivalent to secondary school level (utpo X) of CBSE. The different basic subjects of science (P,C,B & M) will have roughly equal emphasis.
  • NSEJS (Stage – I) The question paper will be of generally 240 marks and will contain Phy, Chem & Bio upto CBSE class X level. Generally there are 80 MCQs (3 marks each & with negative marks for wrong answers).
  • Sample papers & previous question papers are also available on the website.
  • Top 300 students will be called for (Stage - II Examination) INO (INJSO) conducted by HBCSE. In case there is a tie at the last position, all students with the same marks at this last position qualify for INJSO.
  • All the students who qualify to appear for INJSO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.
  • Co-ordinator (NSE) – Prof. M.L. Oglapurkar IAPT Office, IIE Campus, 128/2, JP Naik Marg, Kothrud, Pune – 411038. (Previous Year)
  • Ref: www.olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in, www.iapt.org.in
Stage II : INJSO
  • Organized by HBCSE in collaboration with IAPT
  • Eligibility: Approximately top 300 students qualified in NSEJS. Individual letters will be sent to these students informing that they have to appear for INJSO.
  • Exam: Exam is conducted generally in January
  • It will be organized at about 15 centres in the country.
  • Students appearing for INJSO will be eligible for TA/DA as per norms of the programe.
  • Syllabus: It will be broadly similar to NSEJS.
  • Questions and problems in National Olympiads are usually non-conventional and of high difficulty level, comparable to International Olympiads.
  • Result is expected in the month of March
  • Approximately top 30 students chosen on the basis of their performance at INJSO will be invited to attend Stage III - Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC) in respective discipline for about 2-3 weeks of HBCSE, Mumbai.
  • There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to OCSC.
  • In the event, there is a tie at the last position, all students with same marks at this last position will qualify for OCSC in Junior Science.
Stage III : OCSC
  • The camp will include several theoretical and experimental tests. Orientation will be provided to students especially in experiments.
  • The camp will conclude with a valedictory function where distinguished scientists will be invited to speak to the students.
  • The merit list of OCSC will be prepared on the basis of the combined theoretical and experimental score aggregated over all the test in the camp, with 60% weightage for theory and 40% weightage for experiment.
  • Performance in previous stages (NSEJS and INJSO) will not be a consideration for the merit list and awards of OCSC.
  • Approx. Top 6 in OCSC Junior Science Merit List will be declared to be special merit awardees.
  • These special merit awardees will be given Approx Rs 5,000/- each in the form of books and cash. In addition, there will be special prizes to recognize meritorious performance in theory and experiments.
  • Approx. 6 special merit awardees in Junior Science selected at the end of OCSC will constitute 6 member student team for International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) 2010, provided they satisfy required criteria such as age limit, holding valid Indian passport, medical fitness, parental consent, etc.
Stage IV : Pre-departure Training (PDT) Camp
  • The selected students will undergo a rigorous training program at HBCSE in theory and experiment.
  • Resource persons from HBCSE and different institutions across the country will train the students.
Stage V : Participation in IJSO.
  • The selected students and teacher leaders will constitute the delegation to represent India at IJSO.
  • The details about venue and dates for IJSO can be checked from there website. Tentatively it is conducted in the month of December
  • After final selection, medals will be awarded with certificate.
It is India's first environment Olympiad for schools.
Conducted by The Energy & Resource Institute (TERI) Govt. organization (Ministry of Environment & Forest)
Eligibility: Class VIII to X.
Forms Available : Generally from the month of July
25% of the question will be based on the theme 'Biodiversity & Environment'
Individual registration from students will not be accepted
Registration through online with fee of Rs. 40/- (last year) through DD in favour of TERI, New Delhi.
The examination can be taken either in English or Hindi.
Schools can register themselves with a minimum of 20 students. Roll numbers will be notified to the schools. These will also be posted on the project website.
Preparation of Exam:
  • Read as many articles as you can on environmental issues in magazines, newspapers, books, journals, encyclopedias. You can watch channels such as Discovery, Animal Planet & National Geographic.
  • You could order a copy of six volumes of GREEN Olympiad & TERRAQUIZ (knowledge books on environment) through website.
Exam : Generally conducted in the month of September.
Result in generally declared in the month of Oct. on website and mark list along the certificates will be dispatched to the schools.
Schools are encouraged to keep themselves updated by checking at www.teriin.org/olympiad.
All participants will receive certificates from Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India. Merit & Distinction certificates are also given to top performers.
Ref.: www.teriin.org/olympiad
It is conducted by CBSE in collaboration with the Indian Association for Research in Computing Science (IARCS), Mumbai across the country andabroad.
The examination is in two stages.
Eligibility: It is open to all the students of Classes VIII to XII studying in schools affiliated to CBSE as well as other boards in the country.
Registration: The desirous students should have to apply through their schools with a nominal fee of Rs 100/-(Last year) generally in the month of November for the first stage examination. A consolidated DD for all the participants of a school may be drawn in favour of Secretary, CBSE, Delhi.
No admit card or roll number will be issued. Instead, when candidates go to write the examination,they should carry with them a bonafide certificate with their photograph attested by the principal of their school.
First stage examination (Zonal Informatics Olympiad):
  • Exam :Generally conducted in the month of December.
  • It is a written examination to test the aptitude of the students, their logical competence,problem-solving skills, and critical thinking.
Second Stage Examination (Indian National Olympiad in Informatics - INOI)
  • The candidates who qualify in the first stage examination as per the norms prescribed by the selection committee will appear in the second stage examination.
  • Exam:Generally conducted in the month of January
  • It will be based on programming skills.
  • Students interested in INOI are strongly encouraged to work through the problems available onthe ICO Online Judge. Student can submit their solutions to these problems online and get instant feedback about their performance.
Selected candidates will be called for intensive training for the final selection of the candidates for the International Olympiad in Informatics.
Question papers from previous years and other training details are available at the Olympiad website: www.iarcs.org.in
 
 
Junior Science Olympiad
 
International Green Olympiad
       
National Informatics Olympiad
   
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
Notification: Generally in the Beginning in of August
Last Date of Receiving form: Generally in the end of August
It is single stage written exam followed by final inverview.
Eligibility: For class IX studying (Secured min 65% marks in class VIII)
Admit cards issued generally 1st week of January
Exam: Generally in last week of January
Exam Pattern: Objective type with no negative marking for wrong answers. Syllabus based on CBSE
Result: Generally declared in the month of March
Successful candidates will be called for Final Interview generally in the month of July
Final scholarship list (result) is generally declared in the month of August.
Ref: www.edudel.nic.in
It is one of the most glamorous exam.
This has four stages (first two stages are written test followed by camp and finally to the International Stage)
Student has to qualify every stage to participate into the next stage.
Stage I : Regional Mathematics Olympiad, RMO
  • Organized by HBCSE on behalf of Mathematics National Board of Higher Mathematics (NBHM) of Department of Atomic Energy.
  • Eligibility: IX to XII (special talented students from class VIII can also apply with very strong recommendation from their schools)
  • For the purpose of administering Mathematics Olympiad contests, the country has been divided in 23 regions. Every region has coordinators, in addition to this, three groups. CBSE, NVS, KVS have reginal coordinator each.
  • Application form generally available from 1st week of August (depends on original Co-ordinator).
  • Last Date of Receiving application form : Generally in last week of October.
  • Exam: Generally conducted in the last week of November
  • RMO is a 3 hour written test containing about 6-7 problems.
  • Selected students from there respective regions have 15 appear for Stage-II (INMO).
  • Sample papers & previous year papers are also available on the website.
  • Ref.: www.isical.ac.in/~rmo , www.nbhm.dae.gov.in/olympiad, www.rmodelhi.in
  • Note:
  • IITs also arranges preparatory classes for RMO by previous years successful students for selected brilliant candidates.
  • IITs takes selection test for this preparatory camp (like at IIT-D under guidance of Prof. Amitabh Tripathi (Sr. Prof., Mathematics Dept.) selected IITian who qualified in Olympiad and got medals, take classes in this camp.
Stage II: Indian National Mathematics Olympiad, INMO
  • Exam: Generally conducted in the month of January.
  • Eligibility all RMO qualifiers
  • INMO is a 4-hour written test. The question paper is set centrally and is common throughout the country.
  • The top 30-35 performers in INMO receive a certificate of merit.
  • Ref.: http://www.nbhm.dae.gov.in/olympiad
Stage III: International Mathematics Olympiad Training Camp, IMOTC
  • The INMO certificate awardees will be invited to a one month training camp during May-June
  • Eligibility: top 30-35 INMO certified awardees
Stage IV: International Mathematics Olympiad, IMO
  • Exam: Generally conducted in the month of July.
  • Best six students selected for pool of Senior and Junior batch participants and represents India.
  • IMO consists of two written tests held on two days with a gap of at least one day. Each test is of four-and-a-half-hours duration.
  • Students of Indian team who receive gold, silver and bronze medals at IMO receive a cash prize of Rs. 5,000/-, Rs. 4,000/- and Rs. 3,000/- respectively, from NBHM during the following year at a formal ceremony at the end of the training camp.
It is another way a student can participate in Mathematics Olympiad. But here, only best and selected students by school can participate.
It is conducted by CBSE.
Application form are generally available in the month of August
Fee is Rs. 35/- per candidate (Last Year).
Last date of receiving application form: is generally last week of October
Exam : Generally conducted in the month of November
A school can send maximum top 5 students who can represent school for the selection at GMO.
Papers of RMO & GMO are same.
CBSE will select candidates, strictly on merit in all India bossies. Only the selected candidates will be informed and will be eligible to appear Stage-II (INMO) conducted by NBHM.
From Stage II, it is merged with INMO, i.e. student can go to INMO either through RMO or through GMO.
Ref.: www.cbse.nic.in/olympiad
Exam to go abroad for Engineering courses at undergraduate level.
Separate information booklet available, please contact nearest FIITJEE Centre
Junior Science Olympiad
 
International Green Olympiad
       
National Informatics Olympiad
   
JSTSE
       
Mathematics Olympaid (RMO/ GMO)
   
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
A Separate information booklet is available
It is conducted by NCERT (Govt. organization)
Eligibility: For class X studying (Secured min 65% marks in class IX during 2011-12).
Notification: Generally in the month of June or July
Last Date of Receiving application form: Generally in the month of August
The completed application form duly signed by Principal of school should be submitted to Liaison Officers/concerned district official of the State before last date.
Stage I (State Level) Exam: Generally in November.
  • Only selected candidates will be called for Stage II exam
Stage II (National Level) Exam: Generally in May
Written paper contains two parts: MAT & SAT (covering Social Studies, Science & Maths).
Scholarships: The students who will qualify second stage (stage-2) are eligible for the scholarship. The amount of scholarship has been enhanced to Rs.1250 per month for class XI and XII and Rs.2000 per month for students studying under graduate and above. The scholarship is provided immediately after the result. In case students have not received the letter from NCERT after 5 weeks of the declaration of the result, they should contact NCERT for updates. The scholarship is expected to increase up to 4000-5000 in next few years.It was increased to Rs.1250 and Rs.2000 as per the orders in July 2014. There are no restrictions like parental income, government school, domicile etc.
Earlier NTSE used to have interview in final stage to decide scholarship, which has been scrapped w.e.f. 2011.
Sample papers are also available on the website.
Ref. www.ncert.nic.in
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class IX.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class IX.
Exam to go abroad for Engineering courses at undergraduate level.
Separate information booklet available, please contact nearest FIITJEE Centre
National Talent Search Exam (NTSE)
       
Junior Science Olympiad
 
International Green Olympiad
       
National Informatics Olympiad
   
Mathematics Olympaid (RMO/ GMO)
   
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
A Separate information booklet is available
It has been decided to hold a Joint Entrance Examination from the year 2013 for admission to the undergraduate programs in Engineering in two parts, JEE-Main and JEE-Advance.
For any further detail, please contact FIITJEE Amritsar centre.
The erstwhile AIEEE exam will now be called as JEE-Main exam and erstwhile JEE will now be called as JEE-Advanced exam.
For any further detail, please contact FIITJEE Amritsar centre.
It is an online test.
A minimum 80% mark is needed in XII Board to get admission even after qualifying the test.
Application form available generally from the beginning of January
Last date of receiving form: Generally at the end of January
Exam : Generally conducted in the month of May to June
Ref. www.bitsadmission.com
For more details, contact nearest FIITJEE Amritsar centre.
Specific to various states like
  • For West Bengal, it is WBJEE.
  • For Andhra Pradesh, it is EAMCET.
  • For Bihar/Jharkhand, it is BCECE/JCECE, Etc.
  • For more details, contact nearest FIITJEE Amritsar centre.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class IX.
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class IX.
Stage I : National Standard Examination (NSE) in Phy, Chem, Bio & Astronomy
  • Conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT)
  • Eligibility : There is an age criteria, kindly refer to there official website.
  • Fees - Rs. 100/- per student per subject
  • Form is available from in the month of August
  • Last date of receiving application form: Generally in September
  • Ref: www.olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in, www.iapt.org.in
  • NSEP, NSEC, NSEB, NSEA(Sr.) question paper will be of 240 marks each. Each paper is divided into two parts and contains total 40 MCQs (3 marks each) & Part A2 - 10 MCQs (6 marks each) (with negative marks for wrong answers).
  • Exam : Generally is conducted in the month of November
  • All the students who qualify to appear for INO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.
  • Co-ordinator (NSE) – Prof. G. Venkatesh IAPT Bangalore Centre 2 Indian Academy Degree College Hennur Cross, Hennur Main Road Bangalore-560 043
  • Ref: www.olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in, www.iapt.org.in
  • Approx Top 300 students of NSE for every subject will be called for (Stage - II Examination) INO (INPhO, INChO, INBO) conducted by HBCSE. In case there is a tie at the last position, all students with the same marks at this last position qualify for INO.
Stage II : INO (INPhO, INChO & INBO, INAO)
  • Organized by HBCSE in collaboration with IAPT, IACT, IATBS.
  • Eligibility: Approx Top 300 students qualified in NSE. Individual letters will be sent to these students informing that they have to appear for INO.
  • Exam : Generally is conducted in January
  • It will be organized at about 15 centres in the country
  • Students appearing for INO will be eligible for TA/DA as per norms of the programe.
  • Syllabus: It will be broadly similar to NSE.
  • Questions and problems in National Olympiads are usually nonconventional and of high difficulty level, comparable to International Olympiads.
  • Result is generally declared in the month March
  • Top 35 students chosen on the basis of their performance at INO will be invited to attend Stage III - Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC) in respective discipline for about 2-3 weeks of HBCSE, Mumbai.
  • In the event, there is a tie at the last position, all students with same marks at this last position will qualify for OCSC in Science (P,C,B).
  • There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to OCSC.
Stage III : Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC)
  • The camp will include several theoretical and experimental tests. Orientation will be provided to students especially in experiments.
  • The camp will conclude with a valedictory function where distinguished scientists will be invited to speak to the students.
  • The merit list of OCSC will be prepared on the basis of the combined theoretical and experimental score aggregated over all the test in the camp, with 60% weightage for theory and 40% weightage for experiment.
  • Performance in previous stages (NSE and INO) will not be a consideration for the merit list and awards of OCSC.
  • Approx Top 6 in OCSC Merit List will be declared to be special merit awardees
  • These special merit awardees will be given Rs 5,000/- each in the form of books and cash. In addition, there will be special prizes to recognize meritorious performance in theory and experiments.
  • The 5 special merit awardees in Phy., Chem. & Bio selected at the end of OCSC will constitute the 6 member student team for International Science Olympiad (ISO), provided they satisfy required criteria such as age limit, holding valid Indian passport, medical fitness, parental consent, etc.
Stage IV : Pre-departure Training (PDT) Camp
  • The selected 5 member student team will undergo a rigorous training program at HBCSE in theory and experiment.
  • Resource persons from HBCSE and different institutions across the country will train the students.
Stage V : Participation in International Science Olympiad (Phy, Chem, Bio & Astronomy)
  • The 4 to 5 member student team and 2 teacher leaders with 1 scientific observer will constitute the delegation to represent India .
  • The details about venue and dates for ISO 2010 will be announced when available.
  • Medals will be awarded.
It is a single stage online (Computer Based Test) aptitude test followed by interview.
Organized by department of Science & Technology
Eligibility (Stream SA): Students enrolled in class XI (Science subject) and have secured a minimum of 80% (previous year) marks in aggregate in PCMB in class X Board. (Stream SB+2): Students enrolled in class 12 (+2) join Under-graduate program in Basis Science (B.Sc./Int.M.Sc.) provided they secured a minimum of 80% (previous year) marks in aggregate in PCMB in class X Board.
(Stream SB): Students enrolled in 1st year of B.Sc./Int. M.Sc. and have secured a min. 60% (Previous Year) marks in aggregate in SCIENCE subjects in class XII Board.
Online Application Portal starts in generally in 2nd week of July every year
Closing of online application : Generally in the month of September
Exam fees: Rs. 1000/- through credit-card/ATM-debit-card/Net banking or by downloading e-challan from application portal
Syllabus : There is no prescribed syllabus for aptitude test. It aims to test the understanding and analytical ability of student than his/her factual knowledge. Basically syllabus is based on upto class X/XII/1st year of B.Sc./B.S. as applicable.
Exam : Generally conducted in October/November through online (Computer Based Test)
Duration of Exam: 3 hours. Question paper consists of 80 MCQ type questions in two parts with negative marking (0.25%) for wrong answers. Part I contains 60 questions of 1 mark each and Part II contains 20 questions of 2 marks each.
Result Declaration of Aptitude Test : Generally in the mid month of December every year.
Interview : The shortlisted candidates will be asked to appear for an interview which is the final stage of selection procedure which is conducted in the month of January/February every year.
Final Selection for Scholarship : Declared in the month of March/April every year.The merit list is based on 75% weightage for Aptitude test and 25% weightage for Interview.
There is no state quota
Rewards/Fellowships:
Rs 5000/- p.m.             I to III yr B.Sc./Int.M.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math/
                                        Integrated M.Sc./M.S.
Rs 7000/- p.m.             I/II yr M.Sc./ M.S./M.Math/M.Stat.
                                        IV/V yr Int. M.Sc.
Annual renewal of fellowships will depend on maintaining good academic performance in each academic year in the chosen stream and satisfactory performance in Summer Programs.
KVPY fellows will have access to facilities in various research institutions. This expected to give them an exposure to frontline research. KVPY fellows in their year will participate in Summer Camps conducted at any of IISER Kolkata/ Pune/Mohali//Behrampur/Bhopal/Tirupati/Thiruvananthapuram, HBCSE Mumbai/ HRI-Allahabad, IIT-B and ICMR-New Delhi.
KVPY scholars are admitted "automatically'" to the BS-MS program in any of IISER. KVPY fellows at the undergraduate level may also be individually associated with investigators and national institutions to carryout research.
Ref.: http://kvpy.iisc.ernet.in
Exam to go abroad for Engineering courses at undergraduate level.
Separate information booklet available, please contact nearest FIITJEE/ USA Univquest Centre
Basic information is same, which already has been given under class VIII.
It is conducted by Indian Statistical Institute
Course Name: B.Sc (Hons.) in Statistics/Mathematics (3 year academic program)
Eligibility: 10+2 with Mathematics as one of subject and English. Any student who is asked to discontinue the program is not eligible for readmission into this program.
Candidates for the above programs, who have qualified for INMO test conducted by NBHM, need not to sit for the written test, such candidates would be directly called for interview. However, such candidates are required to apply in the prescribed application form.
Date of Notification: Generally in February
Information Bulletin with application form will be available for Rs. 450/-.(Previous year)
Last date of receiving completed application form: Generally in March
Date of selection test: Generally in May
Stipend/Fellowship of Approx Rs. 800/- per month will be given.
Sample papers are also available on the website.
Ref: www.isical.ac.in
It is conducted by Chennai Mathematical Institute
Actually it's an entrance exam for CMI.
Course Name: B.Sc (Hons.) in Mathematics & Computer Science and Physics (3 year academic program)
Eligibility: Students who have passed or expecting to pass 10+2 (or equivalent) with Mathematics from any recognized board are eligible to admission through entrance exam. Students with exceptionally good performance in National Science Olympiads may be exempted from writing the entrance exam at the discretion of Admission Committee.
Date of Notification generally in the month of March.
Date of entrance test: generally in May
Sample papers are also available on the website.
Ref: www.cmi.ac.in
It is conducted by Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India.
IRIS has participants from across the country converging at the National level Fair. Projects short-listed from the National Fair represent India at Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF).
Intel ISEF is the world's largest pre-collegiate celebration of science. Held annually in May, Intel ISEF brings together more than 1,200 students from over 40 nations to compete for over 900 prizes. There is US$ 2 million to be won including scholarships, tution grants, internships, scientific field trips and the grand prize: a trip to attend the Nobel Prize Ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden.
Eligibility to participate:
  • Category I: Vth to VIIIth
  • Category II: IXth to XIIth
    If student who have an idea that is original and innovative,are eligible to participate, individually or in a team of 2.
Subject categories for participation are one of the following:
  • Behavioural & Social Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics, Astronomy & Earth Sciences, Etc.
Application Forms which are available on website or either collected from schools & IRIS workshops attached in the Handbook to be filled by student and submitted along with project synopsis generally in the month of August:
  • Student's participation form
  • Synopsis & screening report
  • Supporting data/additional information/ethics statement
Scientific Review Committee (SRC) will evaluate students' synopses. The scientists from various IITs, IISc, BARC, TIFR, etc. are part of SRC. The SRC reviews all the synopses received for participation and selects the most promising ones. Short-listed synopses will be invited to participate at the National Fair.
Student can also participate through various affiliated science fairs in the country (Navodya Vidyalaya Samiti, CBSE, National Children's Science Congress, etc.) .
Projects will be selected from these Science Fairs based on IRIS judging criteria. These projects must be research based projects and simple models of existing scientific mechanisms or principles will not be considered
The projects selected from the Affiliated Fairs together with the short-listed direct entry projects participate at the IRIS National Fair.
National Fair: At the National Fair upto 8 projects (5 individual & 3 team projects) from Category II will be declared as National Winners. From these, 6 projects (4 individual & 2 team projects) will be selected to present India at ISEF. The cost of participation at ISEF for the projects selected by SRC will be borne by IRIS.
Coaching Camps: The winners of National Fair undergo 2 coaching sessions with the scientists to gear up for their participation at the International level. At the end of second coaching camp, the SRC will short list and announce 6 projects (4 individual and 2 team projects) that are finally selected for ISEF participation.
Essential Elements for project:
  • Project data book: It should have accurate and detailed notes of student's research.
  • Synopsis: This is a summary of student's idea and should include the purpose of the
    experiment, procedure used, data and conclusion.
Research paper: It should be prepared and must be available along with the project data book with relevant written material.
  • Title page
  • Table of contents
  • Introduction
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements
  • Reference List
IRIS Judging Criteria(Generally)
Creativity & Originality
30 25
Scientific Methodology or Application/Engineering Goals
30 25
Thoroughness
15 12
Skill
15 12
Clarity
10 10
Teamwork
- 16
IRIS National Fair Prizes:
Category I to II: Upto 8 projects (5 individual and 3 team projects) from category II at the National Fair will win either or all of the below:
  • A medallion and a certificate of recognition
  • A special award of recognition
  • An opportunity to improve project at the IRIS coaching camp
  • From these 4 individual and 2 team projects will be selected for participation at ISEF
 
Best of subject category: In category II at National Fair, one best project from each of the subject categories is awarded a certificate of recognition.
Workshops:
IRIS is organizing science workshops for students and teachers. The objective of these workshops is to give the participants information about the program details and learnings on how to do research-based projects with a scientific approach. Eminent scientists from renowned institutes of India support these workshops with their valuable inputs.
Ref.: www.educationinindia.net/iris/
 
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BIT-SAT
         
State Engineering Exams (Stages depends on different states)
         
National Informatics Olympiad
   
Mathematics Olympiad (RMO/ GMO)
   
National Science Olympiad (Physics/ Chemistry/ Biology/ Astronomy)
 
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY)
       
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
A separate information booklet available.
National Intormatic Olympiad (NSTSE)
       
ISI
         
CMI
         
IRIS
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