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A scientist is first a thinker, who enquires into the nature of the world around him without any bias towards a particular answer. Then he is a an evaluator who has to judge the different possibilities with the yardstick of experimental results. Finally he is a communicator and has to present his findings to others and defend his ideas against logical counter-points raised by his colleagues.
There will be Theoretical Tasks wherein one needs to brood over the question, research the issue from books or the internet, form an approach to solve the question and then crack the puzzle one piece at a time. Sometimes you may not reach a conclusion, but it is equally important to judge the approach and the thinking of the student.
Then comes the acid test of all scientific theories - the Practical Tasks. Students will be given tasks to solve at home where they would need to practically perform an experiment and understand the results.

To participate, receive instructions and to upload answers, student has to join the respective Google Classroom. Go to http://Classroom.Google.com or download the App from Play Store. Then login using your Abhinav account. Click '+' to join the class. Provide the code for your classroom. (given below)

Scroll below for details of various rounds

G2  -     (Std V To VIII)

10 Sep, 07:00 PM  Ends - 16 Sep, 07:00 PM
Tasks will range from math and physics to engineering, chemistry to biotechnology, geology to astronomy. The student should tackle as many of the problems as possible.
Each task will require little knowledge of school curriculum. It will be rather exploratory, wherein the student may look up the net or any book for the solution. This test will be oniline.
Students will be also assigned practical tasks to perform at home. These tasks will require a few hours and some careful thinkong. The materials needed would usually be the ones easily available at home. Students will need to videograph the actual conduction of the experiment and its outcome and send the video with their writeup as submission.

Code for Google Classroom - rfo6yve

These criteria will be used:
About 20 questions based on Knowledge - SCQ (1 Mk) and Understanding - MCQ (2 Mk).
Application (Practical) - 2 to 3 tasks from different areas of science will be given. Students have to perform as many of them and as systematically as they can. Each task will carry 5 Mks

G3  -     (Std IX To XII)

10 Sep, 07:00 PM  Ends - 16 Sep, 07:00 PM
Tasks will range from math and physics to engineering, chemistry to biotechnology, geology to astronomy. The student should tackle as many of the problems as possible.
Each task will require little knowledge of school curriculum. It will be rather exploratory, wherein the student may look up the net or any book for the solution. This test will be oniline.
Students will be also assigned practical tasks to perform at home. These tasks will require a few hours and some careful thinkong. The materials needed would usually be the ones easily available at home. Students will need to videograph the actual conduction of the experiment and its outcome and send the video with their writeup as submission.

Code for Google Classroom - nnaik3

These criteria will be used:
About 20 questions based on Knowledge - SCQ (1 Mk) and Understanding - MCQ (2 Mk).
Application (Practical) - 2 to 3 tasks from different areas of science will be given. Students have to perform as many of them and as systematically as they can. Each task will carry 5 Mks

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