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    CSIR-NISCAIR is conducting online competition for school children

    On the occasion of World Environment Day i.e. 5th June, CSIR–NISCAIR is conducting an online competition for school children. Online competition details are as follows:

    Theme- Biodiversity

    Category:
    1. Cartoon/ drawing/ poster making competition
    Topic: Conserve biodiversity to preserve humanity
    2. Mobile Video Making Competition (2 Minutes Video)
    Topic: Coronavirus Pandemic is a Boon for Nature and Biodiversity

    Participants groups:
    Group I- Class 5th to 8th
    Group II- Class 9th to 12th

    Entries must be submitted on the followinhg link:
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeSoldw5XwC_ARTJaE5dtSZcaFM6v5e2XbUh0iqrXbwtDZe4g/viewform?pli=1

    Important Guidelines
    1. Participants must be Indian citizens
    2. Entries are invited from students of Class V to XII
    3. The medium of competitions is English or Hindi

    Last date for online form submission: 5 June 2020 (Friday)
    Email: niscaircompetition@gmail.com
  • #698640
    Good effort is being done to create awareness on World Environment Day slated for 5th June, and CSIR–NISCAIR has organized competitions for the children on varied topics. But the topic Conserve biodiversity to preserve humanity is something unique to many children of primary classes and they need to take the help of the parents. And the second topic Coronavirus Pandemic is a Boon for Nature and Biodiversity can be well presented through the video format and this would interest the children of higher classes. Any way such national competition would create interest in the students who gone dull without virtual schooling.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #698643
    It is good to note that on the occasion of World Environment Day (5th June), CSIR–NISCAIR is conducting an online competition for school children. It is definitely a good information for the interested children that they can participate in these contests online. Slowly online is mode is now catching up in most of the activities and it is implied that our communication infrastructure and internet should be more robust to take load of voluminous use of it. With such increased use of data we can hope that internet data packages would also be more affordable due to increased demand and usage.
    Knowledge is power.


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