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| Last Updated:: 20/12/2014

National Children's Science Congress

 National Children's Science Congress (NCSC) 2012

 National Children's Science Congress (NCSC) provides the children of 10 to 17 years from all over the country an unique opportunity to use their scientific temperament and knowledge to make their own dreams come true. The program was initiated in 1993, with the following objectives:

To provide a forum to the young scientists to pursue their natural curiosity and to quench their thirst for creativity by experimenting on open-ended problems;

To make you feel that science is all around and you can gain knowledge as well as solve many problems also be relating the learning process to the physical and social environment of the neighbourhood;

To encourage children throughout the country to visualise future of the nation and help building generation of sensitive, responsible citizens;

To stimulate scientific temperament and learning the scientific methodology for observation, collection of data, experiment analysis arriving at conclusions and presenting the findings.

NCSC is held annually from December 27-31. After a thorough scrutiny at district and state levels, about 500 children take part in this five day long deliberations and fun- filled science activities 20th

National Children's Science Congress 2012:

Focal Theme: Energy: Explore, Harness & Conserve

Sub Themes:

A) Energy Resources: Assess the availability, potentiality, stock and present requirement of Energy Resources

B) Energy Systems: Review and analyse the interrelated network of energy sources and conversion of energy sources, its transmission and distribution and develop innovative technology and approach for maximum efficiency.

C) Energy and Society: Focuses on societal dimension of energy use to cater to our needs of day to day life.

D) Energy and Environment: Assess the environmental impacts of different processes of production transmission/transportation and uses of energy.

E) Energy Management and Conservation: Assess, Review and Evaluate present energy consumption pattern. Identify source and means of wastage or loss and make appropriate strategy for optimal use.

F) Planning for self sufficiency and energy security and modeling to evaluate the existing pattern, projecting the future scenario and identify best possible way.