It is our great pleasure to announce that KMV is organising Winter Camp of DST – INSPIRE Programme for students in the state of Punjab from 30th January to 3rd February 2018 at its campus. To build a truly developed and vibrant India, it’s the youth of this country who are going to be the future inventors, discoverers, creators and innovators. The purpose of this programme is to inspire XI standard students to pursue natural SCIENCE streams as a career. The INSPIRE CAMP is the platform for the young to meet the leading Indian Scientists to realize their vision and study of Science at an early age. It is a programme with long-term foresight. The DST SPONSORED camp is 5 days residential camp. It includes meals & accommodation for participating students. A certificate of participation would be awarded to the students on the completion of the 5th day of this Science Camp. The detail of the selection criterion is enclosed herewith. Looking forward to your nominations & please send us all the registration forms before 10th January, 2018.
ABOUT INSPIRE — KMV 2018
Innovation in Scientific Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) being implemented by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi is a program launched by the Government of India to inspire students into natural science streams & to strengthen the National Science and Technology base in India. Scheme for Early Attraction of Talent (SEATS) aims to attract talented youth to study science by providing a Science INSPIRE camp for toppers in Class X board – 2017 examinations and who are presently pursuing science in XI standard.
Mentors for INSPIRE science camp are Academy Fellows, Bhatnagar Awardees and Scientists of national & international repute. The camp will be a ground for healthy interaction between the mentors and the students through lectures related to scientific success stories and joys of innovation across all streams of science that in turn would stimulate their curiosity and attract them at an early age to pursue their career in science.The students will be given exposure with invited fellows who will interact with the students through lectures and personal interactive sessions in an exclusive set up in the camp.