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Programme Winners


Young Scientists Conference Winners


You can access the details of the winners of oral and poster presentations by following the link below

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National Inspire Winners


You can access the details of the winners of National INSPIRE Winners by following the link below

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Valedictory Function


The Valedictory session was organized on the 7th December, 2015 at IIT Delhi. Honorable Minister of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan, was the chief guest of valedictory function.

Shri Y.S Chowdary Minister of State for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, was the guest of honour on this occasion. Prof. Ashutosh Sharma Secretary DST, Dr Vijay P Bhatkar President Vijnana Bharati(VIBHA), Prof. K Vijay Raghavan Secretary DBT, Prof. Kshitij Gupta Director IIT Delhi, Shri A. Jayakumar Secretary General Vijnana Bharati(VIBHA) were also present.


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Largest Practical Science Lesson


We are thrilled to intimate you that Vijnana Bharati(VIBHA) has become the Guinness Book World Record Holder for the successful conduct of the 'Largest Practical Science Lesson'.

The feat was achieved in the sprawling campus of IIT-Delhi by 2000 students from prestigious schools of Delhi. The participants worked in small teams to complete the experiment as part of the lesson that focused on catalysts.

Dr Harshvardhan, Hon'ble Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences and Smt. Smriti Irani, Hon'ble Minister for Human Resource Development addressed the students before the feat with their inspiring talk. The event was organized by Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) as part of the five-day India International Science Festival (IISF) being jointly organized by the Ministries of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences.

Dharmendra Kumar (Special Police Commissioner, Delhi), Arup Kumar Mishra (Director, Assam State Council for Science and Technology) and Akhil Ahamed (Former Vice Chancellor, Mysore University) were the official witness of the event. The previous record was held by 1339 students from Belfast, Northern Ireland. The event was conducted by Royal Society of Chemistry and was supported by British Council.

Vibha hopes this feat would trigger rising tides that would energise the youth of India towards greater scientific achievements. Read More

Union Ministers Addressing IISF 2015


India International Science Festival Held at IIT Delhi


We are thankful to you for your presence in the India International Science festival held at IIT Delhi during 4th to 8th Dec 2015. IISF is an unique initiative of Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Earth Science in collaboration with Vijnana bharati(Vibha) to bring together different diversified activities of government and non-government activities under a common platform.

2063 young scientists of below 45 years age have participated in this science festival as delegates and 840 people from scientific community participated/attended as observers.

We seek your similar cooperation and wholehearted participation in our endeavors in coming years.



Objectives


Exposing the fruits of Science & Technology to the masses

Building strategy to instil scientific temper among the masses

Showcasing Indian contributions in the field of S&T over the years

Providing platform to young scientists from SAARC

Supporting flagship programs like Make in India initiated by the Hon'ble PM

Cultural Events at IISF 2015


Hamsini

Hamsini
Classical Dance group by Dr S Vasudevan and group December 4th, 2015
Show Timings : 6:30pm – 8pm

Jazba

Jazba
Sufi Band from Delhi.
December 5th, 2015
Show Timings : 6:30pm – 8pm

Dandiya Night

Dandiya Night
Dandiya Night by Shri Dakshin Delhi Gujarati Mandal (Regd.) December 6th, 2015 Show Timings : 6:30pm – 8pm

Antariksh

Antariksh
Hindi – Rock Band from Delhi.
December 7th, 2015
Show Timings : 7pm - 8:30pm

IISF Highlights


  • youth

    Young India International Science Meet

    Young people are the innovators, creators, builders and leaders of the future. Youth can transform the future only if they have the required skills, health, decision-making abilities and real choices in life.
    According to United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) report, today’s world is home to 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 years, of which 356 million people are in India, the largest when compared to other nations. Further, 26% of the global youth population lives within the SAARC region.

  • mega

    Mega Science, Technology And Industrial Expo

    Showcasing success is the best way to motivate others. The Mega Science Expo aims to showcase innovations, achievements, advancements and futuristic models related to science and technology.
    •    Showcase Indian achievements in Science and Technology
    •    Highlight art, culture and traditions depicting scientific temper
    •    Emphasize inter-dependence of science-technology-innovation and society
    •    Interactive platform for scientists, artists, innovators

  • film

    International Science Film Festival

    It is said, “Seeing is believing”. Film is the most effective medium of communication. This session is being organised with the following objectives:
    •    Films as a tool for science education
    •    Films of scientific innovations and success stories
    •    Screening of contemporary and globally acclaimed science films
    •    Developing Digital Tools to reach Science & Technology to rural areas
    •    Science Film making competition for college students
    •    Exploring modern science communication techniques

  • conclave

    Industry Academy Conclave

    The objective is to provide a post-academic knowledge environment and industry exposure, thus enabling students to become career-ready.

  • innovation

    Showcasing Innovative Models And ‘Inspire’ Presentations

    IISF shall showcase innovative science models and presentations created by students as part of ‘Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE)’ – a programme sponsored and managed by the Department of Science & Technology for attracting young talent and encouraging the pursuit of science.

  • workshop

    Workshops

    Internationally renowned researchers address essential topics concerning young scientists, at the workshop and interactive sessions.
    Topics for Workshop sessions
    •    Constructing a research paper – essential components, organisation and conclusion
    •    Reviewing a research paper – tools and techniques
    •    Drafting a research project proposal – conceptual framework, organisation, augmentation,

    presentation and conclusion
    •    Common computational techniques useful in data analysis
    •    Protection of intellectual property (patent filing etc)

Programme Schedule


 
 

Mega Science Expo 2015


4th - 8th December 2015, IIT, New Delhi

Scientific temper is fundamental to innovation. An all-encompassing scientific temper in a society is far more essential than the spread of science and technology. India has a huge number of technically qualified professionals, yet scientific temper is not absolutely evident across the nation.

The Mega Science, Technology & Industrial Expo, associated with India International Science Festival(IISF) 2015, being organised in New Delhi, aims to provide a platform to Research Organisations from within the country and all South Asian countries to share and spread their scientific ideas and discoveries.

  • Showcase Indian achievements in Science and Technology
  • Highlight art, culture and traditions depicting scientific temper
  • Emphasize inter-dependence of science-technology-innovation & society
  • Opportunity for Research Organisations from all over the country to showcase their research.
  • Interactive platform for scientists, artists, innovators

Layout Plan Exhibitors Manual

Doyens Of Indian Science


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  • When we tackle obstacles, we find hidden reserves of courage and resilience we did not know we had. And it is only when we are faced with failure do we realise that these resources were always there within us. We only need to find them and move on with our lives.
    A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
  • I have not trodden through a conventional university course, but I am striking out a new path for myself. I have made a special investigation of divergent series in general and the results I get are termed by the local mathematicians as “startling.”
    Srinivasa Ramanujan
  • When we consider the fact that nearly three-quarters of the surface of the globe is covered by oceanic water, we begin to realise that the molecular scattering of light in liquids may possess an astronomical significance, in fact contribute in an important degree to the observed albedo of the earth.
    C.V. Raman

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