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ISRO Launches "Catch Them Young" Scientist Programme for School Children; apply now
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has introduced an exciting opportunity for school children with the launch of the registration process for its esteemed 'Young Scientist Programme', commencing on February 20, 2024.

by Pragti Sharma / 16 Feb 2024 17:12 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 371

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The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has introduced an exciting opportunity for school children with the launch of the registration process for its esteemed 'Young Scientist Programme', commencing on February 20, 2024. In a concerted effort to nurture budding talent and cultivate a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), ISRO aims to captivate young minds through this educational initiative.



The 'Young Scientist Programme' seeks to kindle a fascination for space technology, science, and applications among youngsters, laying the groundwork for their future exploration and innovation in these fields. Aspiring participants have time until March 20, 2024, to complete the application process and seize this unique opportunity.



In a statement shared on 'X', ISRO officially declared: "YUva VIgyani KAryakram (Young Scientist Programme) - 2024 is now open for enrollment. Students currently in standard 9 (as of January 1, 2024), studying in India, are eligible to apply. Registration commences on February 20, 2024, at jigyasa.iirs.gov.in/yuvika."




YUva VIgyani KAryakram (Young Scientist Programme) - 2024 is announced.



Students of standard 9 (on January 1, 2024) studying in India are eligible.



Registration opens on February 20, 2024, at https://t.co/GJMq5CCs3C pic.twitter.com/Ay9Wk96sFf


— ISRO (@isro) February 15, 2024


The initiative aims to inspire a new generation of students to embark on fulfilling careers and delve into research endeavors within the expansive realms of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), thus paving the way for future scientific breakthroughs and advancements.



Applicants must ensure the accuracy and consistency of the information provided, as any disparities between the attached certificates and verification documents may lead to disqualification from the programme.



News Source: NDTV Education


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