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175 child scientists present project reports

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 4 � The Kamrup (Metro) district-level convention under the National Children�s Science Congress-2011 was held with a daylong programme at the Railway HS School, Maligaon today.

One hundred and seventy-five child scientists from 20 schools from across Kamrup (Metro) district presented their science project reports at the meet.

The highlights of the event included a technical session (project report presentation), a scientific exhibition titled Bijnanor Amej, and a concluding ceremony.

The day�s proceedings started with the formal unfurling of the science congress flag and the Railway HS School flag by Dr Manju Rani Devi, president of the organizational committee of the Kamrup (Metro) district and Swapan Kumar Chakravarty, principal of the school respectively, a press release said.

The convention was inaugurated by Hargovinda Pathak, Deputy Director General of the Regional Meteorological Centre, Borjhar.

The National Children�s Science Congress has been an annual event since 1993 held under the patronage of the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. The event is open for school students in the age group of 10 to 17 years. Child scientists from any part of the country can get themselves registered free for the event. The theme for 2011 is �Land Resources: Use for Prosperity, Save for Posterity. Young scientists are to implement a project as a team in consonance with the theme.

The science congress is held at three levels � district, state and national. However, only selected scientists can join the event at the state and national levels.

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175 child scientists present project reports

GUWAHATI, Sept 4 � The Kamrup (Metro) district-level convention under the National Children�s Science Congress-2011 was held with a daylong programme at the Railway HS School, Maligaon today.

One hundred and seventy-five child scientists from 20 schools from across Kamrup (Metro) district presented their science project reports at the meet.

The highlights of the event included a technical session (project report presentation), a scientific exhibition titled Bijnanor Amej, and a concluding ceremony.

The day�s proceedings started with the formal unfurling of the science congress flag and the Railway HS School flag by Dr Manju Rani Devi, president of the organizational committee of the Kamrup (Metro) district and Swapan Kumar Chakravarty, principal of the school respectively, a press release said.

The convention was inaugurated by Hargovinda Pathak, Deputy Director General of the Regional Meteorological Centre, Borjhar.

The National Children�s Science Congress has been an annual event since 1993 held under the patronage of the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. The event is open for school students in the age group of 10 to 17 years. Child scientists from any part of the country can get themselves registered free for the event. The theme for 2011 is �Land Resources: Use for Prosperity, Save for Posterity. Young scientists are to implement a project as a team in consonance with the theme.

The science congress is held at three levels � district, state and national. However, only selected scientists can join the event at the state and national levels.