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YBTS

 is an Quarterly search across secondary and sr. secondary school in India. It is Introduced to chart the ideal career path and drive the student towards full optimization of their potentials and fulfilment of their dreams (either as an inverter or entrepreneur) with a key message of revving up the interest of students; parents, teachers and other key stakeholders towards STEM(Science , Technology, Engineering and mathematics )

 

  1. To arouse and sustain keen interest in the study of STEM in Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools across INDIA.
  2. To raise the standard of STEM education and reward excellence with educational grants through an unbiased competition that would promote sound education in India.
  3. To create a vehicle that is genuinely interested in the growth, development and well-being of Africa students and teachers through various interventions including scholarship schemes for outstanding STEM students.
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What is you be the Scientist India ?

You be the scientist India is an online, and curriculum mapped resourse, offered complimentary to elementary educators across the country. The program was created to promote the positive use of science, engage the youth of today and encourage younger generations to consider a future in the chemical industry.

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CHEMZONE

You Be The Scientist was created by the India based- CHEMZONE

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Objectives of Program

Inspire the youth of today to pursue a future in the science of Science and Highlight the exciting job and career opportunities that exist within it.

Enhance science education through innovative techniques (hands-on activities) and,

Promote acceptance of long-term change in the general public’s understanding and general acceptance towards chemistry and the chemical industry.

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You be the Scientist

Challenge

The you be the scientist challenge is an interactive academic contest that encourages students in grades 5-12 to explore science concepts and their real-world applications. The challenge provides a unique opportunity for a variety of individuals and organizations- Including schools, members of the chemical industry, educators and other community partners- to come together and show their support for STEM education.

How Does the challenge work ?

The challenge is an academic competition that starts at the school level and continues with Local, state and Nation Challenge competitions. We relies on volunteers, our challenge organizers, to coordinate school participation and plan the Local and State challenge competitions.

The challenge begins with students completing the challenge Qualifier, a short multiple choice test provided by us and administered by educators and/or Organizers. Based on student participation in a Local Challenge site and/or state, a select number of students will advance to the next level of competition.

Local and state challenge competitions operate in a quiz bowl format with several rounds of multiple choice questions. Students participate individually in the challenge competitions. The students who score the highest will move on to the next level of competition ( as noted in the chart above) with the top participant from each state advancing to the National Challenges.

Chemzone also provides free study materials to help students prepare for the challenge.

Want to get involved in the challenge ? Please complete an inquiry Form to find out how!

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How to Participate

  1. This competition is open to students of grade 5-12 attending full time secondary education in both Public and Private schools in India .
  2. Participation Fee will be :
  • Challenge Qualifier :   500 INR
  • Local Challenge :         600 INR
  • State Challenge :          750 INR
  • National Challenge : 1000 INR.
  1. Registration to participate is strictly online chemzone.org
  2. Each School is required to present their BEST six (6) students is Science and Maths, irrespective of religion, tribe or state of origin, to enhance their changes of qualifying for the second round of the competition.
  3. Mixed – schools are required to have at least two female students-amongst the six (6) that would represent them.
  4. There are many examination centers across India.