National Space Science Olympiad (NSSO). A nationwide initiative to find budding space scientist across Indian schools, is scheduled to be held all over India wherein more than 4000 schools from all across the globe are expected to participate. The event is being jointly organized by EHF (EduHeal Foundation) and ISRO to build scientific temperament and 21st century skills in students. The event is likely to give an immense opportunity for the Indian students to participate with international teams, meet the space scientists from around the world and also have a rich learning experience by participating in the event. It is also likely to build an eco-system of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) based on hands-on learning and to promote creative thinking, problem solving skills through challenging project based learning for young students.
First Indian in Space . Wing Commander (Retd.) Rakesh Sharma will be NSSO's Brand Ambassador.
Introducing this year, classes 1 to 11 students from all streams can participate.The registration form, sample paper and other details are available at: www.eduhealfoundation.org/NSSO.html
Prizes worth 15 lakhs will be awarded to participating students, teachers and principals. The details are given at www.eduhealfoundation.org/awards.html.
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