Participants are expected to create hands-on science activities that demonstrate a principle in the selected topic. Working models, toys or experiments that help demonstrate the scientific principle selected may be submitted. The entries will be judged based on:
Note: Numbers are for representational purpose only.
The Eureka moment can strike anytime!
We accept ideas for the Preliminary Stage all year round. Just proceed to submit your innovation after registering yourself. You can have multiple ideas and we would be happy to review them, a maximum of two entries per phase. The deadline for submission is 4th October 2020.
We will be accepting entries from 15th Jan 2020.
Preliminary submission will be online. The teacher can choose any science topic that appears in the school curriculum of any board and is allowed to submit upto three entries for evaluation in each evaluation cycle.
The shortlisting process will require teachers to develop a “new” hands-on, experiential science activity on a topic of their choice. The submission, which is made on the award website, should include the following:
Review a sample submission in the Resources section of the website and download it in the Download page.
For the Finals, 100 selected finalists, will be invited to participate in an Online National Finals in three categories – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The National Award Winners will receive the award at Panchavati, the former Home of Sir C.V.Raman on 29th November 2020.
The broad process for the online national finals will be as follows:
Watch this space for more details soon.