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Scienceclub invites science videos from students for science video contests-2019, students can send their video links to scienceclub.ucoz@gmail.com by 31-Dec-2019


What is a science club?

A science club is an out-of-school-hours club that offers children the chance to do science-related activities that extend and enhance the science they experience in the classroom.


  • To play role in building up new generation confident and with scientific temper and to nurturing their talent in contribution in Science & Technology.

  • To play role in building up superstition free, scientifically literate society.

  • To play role to ignite the mind of the youth of the State & / or to make them capable for being effective contributor in desired knowledge  based society.

  • To strengthen and facilitate Micro and Macro level planning using Remote Sensing & Geographic Information System (GIS).

  • To play role in ensuing intervention of appropriate Science & Technology to make the State self reliant in food.

  • To play role in building up a movement for S & T based enterprises by the SHGs of the State.

  • To play appropriate role to ensure clean environment and sustainable ecology.


  • To promote scientific literacy and coordination and orchestration of S & T popularization activities.

  • Adoption and /or utilization of the benefit of appropriate technologies for the development of the State.

  • Utilization of the benefit of the biotechnology.

  • To generate awareness on Patent and render services on Patent related issues.

  • To strengthen and facilitate Micro and Macro level panning using Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems (GIS).​​​

  • This website is designed and maintained by: Scienceclub-Team, your feedback and suggestions on http://scienceclub.ucoz.com/ can be mailed at scienceclub.ucoz@gmail.com

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