JNNSMEE 2021: Jawaharlal Nehru Science/ Mathematics/Environment Exhibition for Children

NCERT has informed that Theme, sub-themes and topic for one day seminar for State Level Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (SLSMEE), for Children 2020-21 and Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE) for Children 2021.

JNNSMEE SCERT Proceedings

Jawaharlal Nehru Science, Mathematics, Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE) 2021 theme

ProceedingsJNNSMEE Details
Proceedings NumberRc.No.644/Sci/SCERT-TS/2020 Elated: 28 -11-2020
SubjectSCERT, Telangana, Hyderabad – Circulation of Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment (JNNSMEE) themes and sub themes for the year 2020-21
JNNSMEE Proceedings

The Director, State Council Of Educational Research And Training, Telangana State, Hyderabad has given Science Exhibition proceedings on 28-11-2020. The details as follow

The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the state is invited to the reference cited above, through which NCERT, New Delhi has informed the theme and sub themes for State Level Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (SLSMEE), for Children 2020-21 and also for one day seminar.

NNNSMEE Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition
JNNNSMEE Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition

JNNSMEE Theme

Theme for the SLSMEE 2020-21 and JNNSMEE-2021 is “Technology and Toys”.

JNNSMEE Sub themes:

  1. Eco Friendly Material
  2. Health, Hygiene and Cleanliness
  3. Interactive Software
  4. Historical Development
  5. Mathematical Modelling.

(Note: Sub themes listed above are suggestive. Students may also develop innovative models on any other sub theme, pertaining to the main theme-“Technology and Toys”.)

As a part of conduct of said Science Exhibitions, a seminar has to be conducted for students at different levels.

Topic for one day seminar: “Implementation of Science and Technology in Daily Life”.

Therefore the District Educational Officers are instructed to circulate the above theme and sub themes to all the schools in their respective districts with instructions to encourage students to prepare the exhibits / models and to take part in District Level Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (DLSMEE) 2020-21.

Themes and Sub Themes

Theme, sub-themes and topic have been finalized for SLSMEE 2021 and JNNSMEE 2021 and are as follows:

Theme: “Technology and Toys”

Sub-themes:

  1. Eco Friendly Material
  2. Health, Hygiene and Cleanliness
  3. Interactive Software
  4. Historical Development
  5. Mathematical Modelling

Note: Sub-themes listed above are suggestive. Students may also develop innovative models on any other sub-theme, pertaining to the main theme-Technology and Toys



Science, Mathematics, Environment Exhibition Dates:

  1. District Level Science, Mathematics, Environment Exhibition for Children (DLSMEE) 2020: December 1st week
  2. The State Level Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (SLSMEE) will be held in 1st week of December

SLSMEE and JNNSMEE

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR, STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND TRAINING, TELANGANA STATE, HYDERABAD. 
Rc. No. 629/Sci/SCERT-TS/2019 Dated: 20-08-2019

Subject: SCERT, Telangana, Hyderabad – Conduct of Science Exhibitions at District Level and State Level in Telangana State for participation in Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (INNSMEE) for children 2019-20 – Reg.

Reference:
i) F.No.6.26/DESM/2019-20, dt: 04.07.2019 of Professor and Head, DESM & Coordinator, SLSMEE, NCERT, New Delhi. ii) Guidelines from NCERT, New Delhi

The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the state is invited to the subject cited and they are informed that as per the guidelines of NCERT, New Delhi, the Department of School Education, Telangana State is proposing to conduct District Level Science, Mathematics & Environment Exhibition (DLSMEE) in all the Districts and State Level Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (SLSMEE) for the year 2019-20.

Main Theme: The theme for the SLSMEE 2019-20 and JNNSMEE 2020 is “Science and Technology for Sustainable Development”.

The Sub-themes: 

  1. Sustainable Agricultural Practices
  2. Cleanliness and Health
  3. Resource Management
  4. Industrial Development
  5. Future Transport and Communication
  6. Educational Games and Mathematical Modelling.
    (Note: Sub-themes listed above are suggestive. Students may also develop innovative models on any other sub-theme, pertaining to the main theme-“Science and Technology for Sustainable Development”.)

In this regard, all the DEOs in the state are requested to conduct 3-day District Level Science Exhibition between 1st November to 22nd November in their respective Districts.

The Winners of the District Level Exhibitions in the above said theme/ sub-themes will participate at State Level Exhibition. The State Level Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibition SLSMEE will be held in 1st week of December.

The dates and venue of SLSMEE will be informed separately. In this context Department of Mathematics and Science, SCERT TS has framed certain guidelines for conduct of District level and State level Science Exhibitions.
Further, it is informed that the winners at SLSMEE will participate in SISF 2020 and JNNSMEE 2020.

Therefore, all the DEOs are requested to identify the venue with sufficient Infrastructure and facilities to hold the DLSMEE and intimate the same to O/o SCERT, TS. Hyderabad before 16.10.2019.

Further, they are requested to communicate the guidelines of NCERT SCERT to all the upper primary and Secondary Schools on the conduct of FLAME in the District and to give media coverage on the conduct of the event. Encl: NCERT SCERT Guidelines

Guidelines for the preparation of Exhibits and Models and Organising exhibitions for SLSMEE

With a view to encourage, popularize and inculcate scientific temper among the children of the country, NCERT organizes national level science exhibition every year where children showcase their talents in science and mathematics and their applications in different areas related with our everyday life.

In 1988 with the birth centenary celebration of Jawaharlal Nehru, the National Science Exhibition was renamed as the ‘Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Exhibition for Children’.

This year being celebrated as Year of Mathematics and to give more emphasis on environment-related issues, this exhibition is now renamed as Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE) for Children.

In order to ensure the widest possible participation and involvement of students and teachers in the programme, NCERT organises an exhibition in two phases.

In the first phase, exhibitions are held in each and every state and union territory from the district to the state level. This first phase is known as State Level Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (SLSMEE) for Children.

All participating states, union territories and other educational organisations like CBSE (for its affiliated independent public schools), Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, DAE Central Schools and

Demonstration Multipurpose Schools of NCERT forward their selected entries to NCERT for consideration for participation in the National Exhibition  the second phase of NCERT’s organizing Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibitions.

The national Exhibition now called JNNSMEE is organized every year by the NCERT in a state/UT, on rotation basis. The exhibits for display in this national exhibition are selected at NCERT on the basis of a notified criterion.

Guidelines for conduct of District level & State level Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition for Children 2019-20

Guidelines for the preparation of exhibits, models and organizing exhibitions by Department Of Mathematics And Science, SCERT TS, Hyderabad

The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi organizes Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE) for children every year for popularizing science, Mathematics and environmental Education amongst children, teachers and public in general. Like in the past several years such exhibitions are to be organized from district level to state level.

The objectives of the exhibition are:

  • To provide a forum for children to pursue their natural curiosity, creativity, innovation and inventiveness;
  • To make children feel that science and mathematics are all around us and we can gain knowledge as well as solve many problems by relating the learning process to the physical and social environment.
  • To lay emphasis on the development of science and mathematics as a major instrument for achieving goals of self-reliance, socio-economic and socio ecological development of the nation and the world.
  • To analyze how science and mathematics have developed and are affected by many diverse individuals, cultures, societies and environment.
  • To appreciate the role of science and mathematics in meeting the challenges of life such as climate change, opening new avenues in the areas of agriculture, fertilizer, food processing, biotechnology, green energy, disaster management, information and communication technology, astronomy, transport, games and sports etc.
  • To create awareness about environmental issues and concerns and inspire children to devise innovative ideas towards their prevention and mitigation.

Theme for the year 2019-20 : “Science and Technology for Sustainable Development”.

The Sub themes:

  1. Sustainable Agricultural Practices
  2. Cleanliness and Health
  3. Resource Management
  4. Industrial Development
  5. Future Transport and Communication
  6. Educational Games and Mathematical Modelling.

Note: Sub themes listed above are suggestive. Students may also develop innovative models on any other sub theme, pertaining to the main theme- “Science and Technology for Sustainable Development”.

B. Under Teachers category:
(i) Teacher Exhibits: Innovative Teaching Learning Materials – by Teachers
(ii) Teacher Trainees Exhibits: Innovative Teaching Learning Materials – D.Ed/B.Ed trainees

The details of sub-themes under student category are:

Sustainable Agricultural Practices

The main objectives of this sub-theme are to make children and teachers aware of various eco friendly techniques / methods not only to enhance agricultural production but also for sustainable eco friendly living.
The exhibits/models in this sub-theme may pertain to:

  • Effect of climatic change on agriculture and its mitigation and adaptive techniques/ methods;
  • Preservative and conservative methods for prevention of soil degradation and judicious use of water;
  • Technology packages in sustainable farming practices for improved yield.
  • Importance of organic fertilisers over chemical fertilisers;
  • Planning and managing energy crops (Salix, Poplar, Jatropha, Jajoba, etc.);
  • Use of biotechnology for economically and ecologically sustainable bio fuels; various eco friendly pest control and management measures and practices;
  • Innovative/ inexpensive/ improved/ indigenous technologies/ methods of storage/ preservation/ conservation/ transport of agricultural products and food materials;
  • Innovative/ improved practices for reducing cost of cultivation;
  • Identification of medicinal plants and their applications;
  • Effect of electric and magnetic field on the growth of plants and protective measures;
  • Indigenous designs of farm machinery, agriculture practices; implements and ” Improved/ improvised method of processing, preservation, storage and transport of food products;
  • Food production and demand of quality food and food security;
  • Advantages and disadvantages of genetically modified (GM) food;
  • Design and development of automatic weather recording device.
  • Ecologically sustainable farming practices;
  • Schemes / designs to help reduce production cost and conservation of raw materials.

Cleanliness and health

Cleanliness is an integral part of our life, be it personal or surrounding. Clean environment symbolizes Health. The main objectives of this sub-theme are: to bring awareness among the children about the importance of cleanliness for our health; to explore new scientific, technological and bio-medical inventions in prevention and cure of diseases; to explore various scientific and technological interventions for meeting nutritional requirements of human beings and innovative ideas for better management; etc.

The exhibits/models in this sub- theme may pertain to:

  • to study as to how the cleanliness influence health;
  • the ways to dispose of the garbage properly to maintain cleanliness;
  • the innovative techniques for disposing wet garbage;
  • factors affecting the health and resulting ailments in the body;
  • infectious and non-infectious diseases, relationship with causative factors and their sources;
  • innovative preventive measures to control diseases at different levels/ roles of various agencies;
  • demonstration and use of traditional methods of medication;
  • demonstration of known facts and findings, and health benefits of physical exercise and Yoga;
  • demonstration of models/ projects to show the effect of junk food items, adulterated food items on our body and its preventive measures;
  • ways to raise awareness and sensitize people to be careful in health matters, explore the possibilities and make use of the facilities available;
  • innovative ideas for effective implementation of policies/ programmes/ schemes such as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, National Leprosy Eradication Programme etc that have significant impact on health.
  • Development of knowledge-base and understanding new scientific, technological aids in bio-medical areas;
  • presentation of known facts and research findings in different medical systems like Traditional, Modern, Homeopathy, Ayurvedic etc;

Resource Management

This sub-theme is expected to make children think of various ways and means for making efficient use of available resources and also new techniques/methods of conservation and management of resources.

The exhibit/models in this sub-theme may pertain to;

  • innovative/ improvised designs for efficient harnessing of solar energy
  • plans for proper management of resources and its monitoring;
  • recycling of water, materials, solid wastes, etc;
  • devices/methods that control air/ water/land pollution and technologies to manage them;
  • stopping depletion of essential micro nutrients in the soil;
  • forest, river, mangrove, wetland conservation and management; desilting and renovation of ponds, tanks and reservoir; self regulating water harvesting system/rainwater harvesting and storage in a manner that evaporation and transportation losses are minimised;
  • development of low cost technology for producing potable water;
  • innovative/improvised designs for reducing waste in extraction and processing of minerals;
  • innovative methods of exploration and preserving minerals and crude oil, etc;
  • cost effective heating and cooling system of buildings, etc.;
  • models to control loss of natural resources due to mismanagement/disasters, etc;

Industrial development

The objective of this sub-theme is to help children: to understand the importance of Science and Mathematics In various types of industries; to think of ways and means to increase its efficiency leading to production of different kinds of goods to meet the future needs of the growing population at affordable price.

The exhibit and models in this sub- theme may pertain to:

  • models highligting the role of metrology (scientific study of measurement);
  • model showcasing improved versions of various types of machines and manufacturing plants;
  • design and development of automatic devices for various applications in industries;
  • scheme/designs to help reduce production cost and conservation of raw material;
  • role and possibilities of the service industries iike tourism, banking, Information and Communication Technology etc. for inclusive development;
  • devices or methods that measure and control pollution;
  • Devices/methods to minimize the effects of chemical spills, solid waste, nuclear waste and radiations, etc from industries/nuclear plant etc;
  • Awareness about various aspects of environment and disposal of harmful effluents, solid waste, nuclear waste etc;
  • Use of innovation/improvements that may help in increasing production in various industries, such as textiles, engineering goods, machine tools, chemicals, drugs and pharmaceuticals including life- saving drugs, vaccines and devices and eco-friendly plastics etc. to improve the quality of life;
  • Improved/indigenous design/ working models of devices which may be used on small scale for production/manufacturing of utility items of daily life;
  • Indigenous/innovative techniques for exploration / conservation / recycling/processing of minerals and other natural resources;
  • Working model to demonstrate equipment/processes/devices/ technologies/ design, which may help facilitate the domestic work;
  • Improved/ improvised/ innovative technologies associated with weaving, pottery, metal work, dyeing, printing and other crafts practiced in cottage industry and suggestions for new designs.

Future Transport and Communication

The objectives of this sub-theme are:- to make general public and children understand future needs of different modes of transport and communication as well as the importance of transport and communication for Sustainable development; to make them aware about the issues and concerns of the present transport and communication systems and to promote innovations for future transport and communication. systems keeping in view the growing demands and environmental concerns.

The exhibits/models in this sub-theme may pertain to:

  • improvised/indigenous models for efficient transport and communication;
  • working models of fuel efficient/ pollution-free automobiles /ships, boats etc; designs of
  • innovative ideas for efficient management of road, rail, water and air transport systems, e.g. better safety measures, managing traffic jams, etc;
  • demonstrating the principle and functioning of modern devices of communication systems;
  • demonstrating the use of information technology An sharing improved designs/indigenous designs/devices;
  • developing innovative designs/ models of equipments for children with special needs;
  • improvised/improved devices for effective transport and communication between various emergency services, namely medical, police, military and other administrative bodies/committees;
  • use of geo-stationary satellites in providing information pertaining to vehicular movements and transportation, disaster management, etc;
  • designs for improving existing transport and communication systems; innovative ways of using modern communication technologies for connecting people.

Educational Games and Mathematical Modeling :

a) Educational Games: Development of creative domain of a child through teaching – learning process of science is an area which needs to be addressed to make experience of learning science stimulating and exciting.
The main objective of this theme is to engage children and teachers in innovative practices pertaining to learning of science concepts which may help in developing cognitive, psychomotor and affective domain which ultimately results into all round development of a child.

It is expected that teachers and children will try to evolve new methods for understanding science concepts and to facilitate an inclusive set up in school in general and in classroom practically so that will be able to generate a child friendly tool for learning science. Such tool may be in the form of outdoor or indoor games or ICT based games.

Suggesting activities in the form of some games for dealing science concepts becomes more relevant considering the declining interest of children in learning science. Traditional games, which are struggling for their existence among children in the present era of technology, may be used as a tool to transact science concept in an innovative manner.

The exhibits/ models in this sub- theme have focus on innovative/ inexpensive/improvised/indigenous methods for understanding science through play way method. For this the following steps may be followed: Identification of the concept for appropriate integration with the game format;

Planning of the process for workability in inclusive setup

Developing game by integrating science concept with any game format such as playground games, board games, computer assisted games orinteractive ICT based games;

The exhibits/ models in this sub- theme may pertain to:

  • ames to solve various problems of our everyday life/environment related problem.
  • outdoor games based on environmental concerns and issues and creating awareness
  • games for understanding the concept of solar system and stars.
  • games to understand the concept of balanced diet, good food habits, pathogenic organisms, diseases etc.
  • computer simulations/games based on the concept of mole, various types of chemical reactions, properties of metals and non-metals etc
  • games for understanding the concept of sound, light etc
  • games to describe traffic flow/ laws etc
  • games to explain blood circulation in human body, process of respiration and other metabolic biological processes
  • games for understanding various biogeochemical cycle such as carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle etc
  • games to show the effect and consequences of climate change, global warming etc
  • games to understand various agricultural practices

b) Mathematical Modelling

Mathematical modeling is the process of transformation of a physical situation into mathematical analogies with appropriate conditions. Physical situations need some physical insight into the problem.

Then it is solved by using various mathematical tools like percentage, area, surface area, volume, time and work, profit and loss, differential equations, probability, statistics, linear, nonlinear programming, etc. It is a multi-step process involving identifying the problem.

Constructing or selecting appropriate models, fighting out what data need to be collected, deciding number of variables and predictors to be chosen for greater accuracy, testing validity of models, calculating solution and implementing the models.

It may be an iterative process where we start from a crude model and gradually refine it until it is suitable for solving the problem and enables us to gain insight and understanding of the original situation. It is an art, as there can be a variety of distinct approaches to the modelling, as well as science, for being tentative in nature.

In mathematical modeling, we neither perform any practical activity nor interact with the situation directly, e.g. we do not take any sample of blood from the body to know the physiology, and still our mathematical tools reveal the actual situations.

The rapid development of high speed computers with the increasing desire for the answers of everyday life problems have led to enhanced demands of modeling almost every area.

The objective of this sub-theme is to help children to analyze how mathematical modelling can be used to Investigate objects, events, systems and processes. It can be visualized by Fig.1,

The exhibits/models in this sub- theme may pertain to;

  • mathematical modeling to solve varlous problems of our everyday life/environment related problem;
  • mathematical modeling and computer simulation of climate dynamics/prediction of weather phenomena based on a number of predictors;
  • mathematical modeling in physical geography such as rotation and revolution of earth, precession and equinoxes etc.;
  • mathematical modeling to predict orbital path of comets, meteors and other minor planets;
  • mathematical modeling to show how disease might spread in human in the event of epidemics/ bio terrorism;
  • mathematical modeling to predict the devastating effects of wars/ nuclear explosions;
  • mathematical modeling to show spread of forest fire depending on the types of trees, weather and nature of the ground surface;
  • mathematical modeling to demonstrate the action of medicines In human system;
  • mathematical modeling of the working of heart, brain, lungs, kidneys, bones and endocrine system;
  • computer diagnosis of human diseases;
  • mathematical modeling of fluid flow in drain, spillways, rivers, etc;
  • using mathematical modeling and computer simulation to improve cancer therapy/wound healing/ tissues formation/corneal wound healing;
  • mathematical modeling of intra cellular biochemical reactions and metabolism;
  • mathematical modeling to describe traffic flow/stock market options;
  • Studies of storage and retrieval techniques for computer systems;
  • Data manipulation and information management techniques;
  • Statistics and random number problems;
  • Developing video games;
  • Mathematical modeling for increasing production of crops;
  • Mathematical modeling on balance of carbon cycle;
  • Mathematical modeling on social insects such as honeybees, termites, etc. to know how they use local information to generate complex and functional patterns of communication;
  • Mathematical modeling of maximum speed in fibre optic links;
  • Mathematical modeling of urban city planning;
  • Mathematical modeling to prevent an unwanted future/to understand various natural and unnatural phenomena;
  • Mathematical modeling to show the effect of climate changes/global warming;
  • Mathematical modeling for predicting future population and knowing the impact of population;
  • Mathematical modeling for increasing production of crops etc.

Guidelines for Organizing One-Day Seminar

Topic: Periodic Table of Elements: Seminar may be organized in the evening timings of the science exhibition at district level and at State level

The United Nations General Assembly during its 74th Plenary Meeting proclaimed 2019 as the International year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements (IYPT2019).

1869 is considered as the year of discovery of the Periodic System by the Russian Scientist, Dmitri Mendeleev. The IYPT 2019 also commemorates the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.

The International Year aims to recognize the importance of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements as one of the most important and influential achievements in modern science reflecting the essence not only of chemistry, but also of Physics, biology and other basic sciences disciplines.

The Periodic Table is one of the most important tools in the history of chemistry. It describes the atomic properties of every known chemical element in a concise format, including the atomic number, atomic mass and relationships between the elements.

Mendeleev’s Periodic Table was based on atomic masses of elements, where as Modern Periodic Table arranges the elements in the order of their atomic numbers in seven horizontal rows called “periods” and eighteen vertical columns called “groups”.

Elements with similar chemical properties are arranged in columns in the periodic table. Elements in the Modern periodic Table are arranged in 18 vertical columns and 7 horizontal rows. By looking at the periodic table, one can find out how many electrons the element has?

The Periodic Table can be used to identify the element already discovered by mankind. However, if new element is discovered, then the atomic structure of the new element can be compared to the existing elements in the table in order to classify the new element.

If scientists know that the basic form of an element has a particular number of neutrons, then they know that something has happened to the element if an isotope (an atom with the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons than the base element) is discovered.

They may not know exactly what caused the isotope to form, but they can Know with certainty that something did occur.

In nutshell, the periodic table contains an enormous amount of important information. Those familiar with how the table is put together can quickly determine a significant amount of information about an element.

The IYPT 2019 is an opportunity to reflect upon many aspects of the periodic table, including its history, global trends and perspectives on science for sustainable development, and the social and economic impacts of this field.

Keeping above in consideration, we intend to create awareness among teachers, teacher educators, researchers and students about the importance of Periodic Table of Elements in different branches of Science.

As a part of this endeavour a one day seminar may be organized during the State level Science Mathematics and Environment Exhibitions (SLSMEE) 2019. During this One-Day Seminar on “Periodic Table of Elements”, children, teachers, teacher educators and all concerned may be invited to generate ideas. The activities in this seminar may include

  • Making people aware of importance of periodic table in various fields
  • Organizing quiz competition based on periodic table
  • Organising invited talks by experts in this field
  • Finding history of discovery of periodic table
  • Letting students make their own periodic table
  • Innovative way for presentation of periodic table
  • History of periodic classification before Mendeleev
  • Arranging a group discussion among different groups, to create awareness about importance of periodic table

The other Activities may be taken up for District level and State level Science exhibitions

  • Quiz competition
  • Meet the Scientists – Interaction with Scientists
  • Drawing and painting competition o Essay competition.
  • Popular Science Lectures
  • Poster competitions
  • Science based cultural programmes

JNNSMEE for Children 2018-2019

The theme for 2018-2019:
“Scientific Solutions for Challenges in Life” 

Sub-themes for 2018-2019: 

  1. Agriculture and Organic Farming
  2. Health and Cleanliness
  3. Resource Management
  4. Waste Management
  5. Transport and Communication
  6. Mathematical Modeling

(Note: Sub-themes listed above are suggestive. Students may also develop innovative models on any other sub-theme, pertaining to the main theme- Scientific Solutions for Challenges in Life.) 

The topic for the One-day seminar:  “Water management: Possibilities and ways ahead” 

JNNSMEE for Children 2017-2018

The theme for the year 2017-2018: “Innovations for Sustainable development”.
A. The sub-themes under the Students category are:
B. Health and well–being;
C. Resource management and food security;
D. Waste management and water body conservation;
E. Transport and Communication;
F. Digital and Technological solutions;
G. Mathematical modelling;
(Sub–themes listed above are suggestive. Students are free to choose any other sub-themes and develop exhibits involving innovations in Science, Technology and Mathematics for sustainable development).
B. Under Teachers category:
(i) Teacher Exhibits: Innovative Teaching Learning Materials – by Teachers
(ii) Teacher Trainees Exhibits: Innovative Teaching Learning Materials – D.Ed/B.Ed trainees

The other Activities may be taken up for District level and State level Science exhibitions
• Science based cultural programmes
• Quiz competition
• Meet the Scientists – Interaction with Scientists
• Drawing and painting competition
o Essay competition.
o Popular Science Lectures
o Poster competitions

Dos and Don’ts :

Teaching learning aids should not be permitted for the student’s category. Judgment of exhibits may be done on the first day onwards to avoid the judgment done in haste.

The judgment of exhibits shall be done at two levels at preliminary level (initial screening of exhibits for first two days) and at Secondary level on third day (judgment over the exhibits identified in initial screening).

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