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Vikash Sharma

In a bid to generate curiosity and promote higher order thinking among the learners, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be organising the ‘CBSE Science Challenge 2021-22.’

The CBSE Science Challenge 2021-22 is exclusively designed for the students of classes 8 to 10. There is no participation fee for this student enrichment activity.

“Science is inexplicably linked with our lives and helps us to understand the world around us better. Scientific and technological developments contribute to progress and help improve our standards of living. By engaging with this subject, students learn to think, solve problems and make informed decisions,” CBSE said in its release.

The Science Challenge will be available on DIKSHA platform from January 17 to February 28, 2022. Students from classes 8 to 10, irrespective of the Board, are eligible to participate in this challenge.

To access the challenge, schools affiliated to CBSE are required to register their students, provide CBSE registration IDs to students who can then join the ‘CBSE Science Challenge’ course on the DIKSHA platform.

Students of schools not affiliated to the CBSE can directly access the course on DIKSHA platform.

“Schools can nominate 5 children in each class who have secured a participation certificate in the Science Challenge directly to the second stage or national qualifiers of the Raman Young Science Innovator Awards (conducted by the RRI Trust founded by Sir C.V. Raman; for more details at https://www.ramanaward.org/),” the CBSE circular read.

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