CBSE Science Exhibition 2013

As per the requests received from schools, CBSE has decided to extend the registration date for Regional Level CBSE Science Exhibition, 2013. The last date of registration is 15th July,
2013. Schools may send their registration to the regional offices accordingly.

How to register:

(i) Every participating school will pay a participation fee of Rs.500/- in the form of a demand draft in favour of Regional Officer, CBSE payable at respective regional office/city.
(ii) The request for participation along with the enclosed registration form and fee is to be sent directly to the Respective Regional Officer and not to Headquarters Delhi.
(iii) The schools in Delhi region may send it to the Regional officer, Central Board
of Secondary Education, PS-1-2, Insitutional Area, I.P. Extension, Patparganj, Delhi - 110 092

General Guidelines:

(iv) The first stage of exhibition will be held at two/three different venues in every region.
(v) The actual dates for the regional level exhibition will be communicated to every school as well as through CBSE website by July 20th, 2013.

Schools willing to participate in this science exhibition may refer to notification 26/2013 dated 13th May, 2013 for further details.

It may be noted that winners of the National Level Science Exhibition will be participating in JNNSEEC 2013 (Jawaharlal Nehru National Science and Environmental Exhibition for Children 2013) organised by NCERT and they will also get a direct entry to participate in the prestigious National fair (2013) organised by Initiative for Research & Innovation in Science (IRIS)

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