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SIF Kuwait opens registration for Sastra Pratibha Contest
September 27, 2017, 1:17 pm
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Science International Forum (SIF) -Kuwait in association with Kuwait National Exchange Company announced the commencement of registration for the Sastra Prathibha Contest, Season IV.

Sastra Prathibha is a pan India and GCC talent hunt initiative by VIBHA in association with NCERT (HRD Ministry, Government of India) and Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. It is the biggest and prestigious contest of its kind in Kuwait, with the participation of more than 4000 students from the Indian schools in Kuwait. Registration forms are available at the science department / SPC coordinator of the respective schools. Registration is strictly through the participating schools. 

Registration closes: 12 October, 2017
Categories: Junior (Class 5, 6, 7), Senior (Class, 8, 9, 10)
Exam Date: 11 January, 2018.
Exam Type: Objective Type 100 questions, One Hour exam
Question Pattern:  40% from the given syllabus, 40% from the existing academic curriculum, 10% general knowledge questions and 10% analytical and logical type. All general knowledge questions will come from previous issues (Jan 2017 – Dec 2017) of DISCOVER e-magazine which is available at www.sifkuwait.com.

Two winners will be announced from each class and the distinction certificates will be awarded to the best performing students in each class. The school with maximum points based on Sastra Pratibha and Distinctions will be honored with the most prestigious ‘Acharya J.C.Bose Sastra Puraskar’. Students enrolled will get their life time opportunity to meet and interact with top scientists from India. Those interested are requested to contact the science department HOD of respective schools. For further updates on SPC Season IV, please follow www.facebook.com/sifkuwait, or email at info@sifkuwait.com.

 

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