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th All India Essay Contest on Nuclear Science Technology dae competition 2014 results

    • 26th All india Essay Contest on Nuclear Science & Technology The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) invites essays as per following details written in any official Indian Language or in English from regular full time students studying for graduation in India (after 10+2), in any discipline, in an Indian university or an Institute deemed to be a university.
      The essays should be submitted by a single author.
      The essay should begin with an introduction and end with a conclusion. The introduction should highlight the multifarious achievements of DAE in basic sciences and nuclear technology development and how these have helped in overall societal development in the country. The introductory portion should not exceed 350 words & should be followed by a detailed essay not exceeding 1500 words in any one of topics given below. The conclusion should not exceed 150 words. The entire essay should not exceed 2000 words.

      Those who have won prizes (including the consolation prize) in our earlier essay contests are not eligible. Topics: Introductory portion: 350 Words followed by detailed essay not exceeding 1500 words in any one of topics given below.
      In addition to cash prizes the winners are entitled to a trip to Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, in October 2014. For guidelines and more details, long on to:

      The conclusion should not exceed 150 words. the entire essay not exceed 2000 words. The future of Nuclear Power- An approach to Sustainable Development Emarging Trends and Applications of Radioisotopes and Radiation techniques for Societal Benefits.
      The future of Nuclear Power: An approach to sustainable Development. Emerging trends and Application of Radioisotopes and Radiation Techniques for societal benefits. Accelerators in Nuclear Programme: Energy security and Societal Application.

      Accelerators in Nuclear Programme: Energy Security & societal Applications
      Last Date: Aug 1, 2014
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      26th All India Essay Contest on Nuclear Science & Technology - Eligibility

      The essay should be sent to the address given below directly by the contestant, along with bonafide studentship certificate from the Principal of his/her College/ Institute.

      No essay will be accepted if sent by Email or Telefax.
      The academic session starts in April and ends on the 31st of March of the following year. The medium of instruction is English. Its current Principal is Shri A Joseph John while the Vice-Principal is Shri A Sivakumar. The school has won various laurels to it. Last year it won Homi Bhabha Rolling Trophy for best overall achievement among all AECS schools. Last year Satvik Tiwari of class ninth and Yukta Pareek of class tenth won All India Inter AECS Hindi Debate. Last year Amogh Sharma and Agrima Darshan of class eighth bagged first and second position respectively in All India Inter AECS Quiz competition. Rupinderjit Kaur of class 2 won 3 prize and Pragya Ahire of class 7 won consolation prize in All India Inter AECS Art competition.

      1. The Participants shall write his/her name, College/ Institute & residential address with Contact no & Email id of the students as well as the institute on a separate detachable sheet to facilitate communicating the results of the written Essay. Name or Address should not be written elsewhere on the text of the essay.

      Note: Essays not conforming to the said guidelines shall be disqualified.

      Mode of Selection:

      After initial screening and evaluation, a maximum of thirty six essays will be selected and their authors will be invited to Mumbai in the last week of October 2014 for an oral presentation of the essays.

      The Atomic Energy Central School, Indore, is managed by the Atomic Energy Education Society, Mumbai, an autonomous body under the Department of Atomic Energy, government of India. AEES is governed by a Council consisting of members of the Department of Atomic Energy.

      Final selection will be made on the basis of both performance in oral presentation will be informed. No other correspondence in this matter will be entertained. those called for oral presentation in Mumbai shall be eligible for:

      1. To & fro AC-3 Tier rail fare by the shortest route. Claim for reimbursement of rail fare for journey performed by Rajdhani/August Kranti/Shatabdi Express will be restricted to AC-3 Tier by ordinary Express/Mail train.
        The school has Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer and Maths Laboratories. It has a library with about 10,000 books. The school adopts a physical education programme designed by AEES which trains the students in sport. Co-curricular activities are conducted.

      2. Boarding and lodging in the guest House of BARC at Anushaktinagar, Mumbai during the authorised period of stay.

      26th All India Essay Contest on Nuclear Science & Technology - Important Details

      • Eligibility

        All Graduating students

      • Purpose/Awards

        upto Cash Rs 21,000

      • Important Dates
      • Contact Details Assistant Admministrative Officer, Public Awareness Division, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India. Anushakti Bhavan, CSM Marg, Mumbai-400001 Email: aaopad@dae.
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    AECS, Manuguru, was started on 17 July 1984 with the primary section, from classes I to V. The classes started in July 1984. The strength of the school was 42 with class strength between 5 - 15. By the academic year 1986 - 1987 the student’s strength had increased to 282 with IX Class being added. During 1987-88 Class-X began. In the same year in September 1988 the secondary school building started functioning. The total strength was 344 students with 28 staff members. The secondary school building housed Classes from VI to X and the old building had the primary wing from classes I to V.

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