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ISRO Competition (ICC-2020) - Students registration is extended upto June 28, 2020.

ISRO Cyberspace Competitons (ICC-2020)

There is no fee for participation. 

During the present COVID-19 challenging times, when physical meetings are near-impossible, ISRO plans to play its unifying role for the young minds of our country by involving them in various online competitions showcasing their potential talents by organising online ISRO Cyberspace Competitions–2020 (ICC–2020). ICC–2020 would avoid the physical travel of the students to different places and facilitates their participation online keeping them safe within their home during these testing times.

If you are planning to participate then read following by clicking on links below. After clicking you will be directed to specific ISRO web pages.


General Information:

Registration Closed by ISRO.
Last date was 28 June 2020.
Clicking on link below will return message Service Not Available. 

Registration is two step process:

The summary of syllabus for the competition is as given below. For any information you should contact ISRO's official email  icc-2020@isro.gov.in

Categories of competition:

 

Class 1-3

Class 4-8

Class 9-10

Class 11-12

Subject

Drawing

Model Making / Science Craft

Essay Writing

Essay Writing, Quiz


Syllabus and basic rules

Class & Subject

Class 1-3 : Drawing

Syllabus

·        Viewing earth from space

·        View of sky in clear night

·        View inside space station

·        Human landing on Mars

·        Space Habitat on Moon

·        Varying visible shapes of Moon

Points to Remember

·        Use water, wax or pencil colour for drawing.

·        A3 size white paper / chart paper shall be used for drawing.


Class & Subject

Class 4-8 : Model Making / Science Craft

Syllabus

·        Spacecraft

·        Space station

·        Rovers on moon

·        Rockets for exo-planet

·        Launchpad for rockets

·        Docking of Satellites

·        Societal benefit of space technology

Points to Remember

·        Use cardboard, paper, clothes, adhesive tapes, colours & gums only.

·        Thermocole not to be used.

·        Maximum size of model permitted 50 cm (l) x 50 cm(w) x 50 cm (h).

·        Take 1 - 6 photographs (i.e. Front View, Back View,

·        Left Side View, Right Side View, Top View and Bottom View.

·        Write a brief about the model you have made in your own hand writing in A4 size sheet (maximum 2 pages only).


Class & Subject

Class 9-12 : Essay and Quiz

Syllabus

·        The Infinite Universe

·        Stars and Galaxy

·        Solar Systems

·        Space Science & Technology

·        Rockets & Satellites

·        Basic Astronomy & Cosmology

·        Life in Other Planets

·        Asteroids and Comets

·        Human Space Flights

·        Space Tourism

·        pace Habitat - Future Outlook

·        Colonies on Moon/Mars

·        Gravitation

·        Space Debris

·        Space-Applications for Common Mass

·        Indian Space Programme

Points to Remember

·        Write date and your registration number only on the right top corner of your Answer Sheet.

·        Do not write your name, phone number, address, school details etc. anywhere on paper.

·        Use A4 size plane / ruled white sheet only.

·        Maximum word limit is 1000 words.

·        Participant’s handwritten Answer-sheets only will be accepted for evaluation.

·        Take 1 - 6 photographs (i.e. Front View, Back View, Left Side View, Right Side View, Top View and Bottom View).

·        Write a brief about the model you have made in your own hand writing in A4 size sheet (maximum 2 pages only).




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46 comments:

  1. Its very usefull to each and very students...

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  2. What is the process of uploading the Essay ?

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    1. ISRO will announce the date of competition and topic for competition after registration closes. Details will be provided in that announcement. Until then you can prepare your kid for given syllabus. You can refer link below for preparation guidelines:
      https://domyschoolhomework.blogspot.com/p/isro-students-competition-icc-2020.html

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  3. Does this competition has any prize 👍

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    1. ISRO has not mentioned about prize anywhere until now. But let's see if they announce any prize.

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  4. I want to register on 29th

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    1. Unfortunately, ISRO has closed registration yesterday mid-night i.e. 28 June 2020.

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  5. I want to register on 29th

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    1. Unfortunately, ISRO has closed registration yesterday mid-night i.e. 28 June 2020.

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  6. For 4-8 standard do you have to make your own model? Or existing ones will do

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    1. ISRO will announce date of competition and model for competition for Class 4-8. Most likely model making topic can be one of the topic from syllabus.

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    2. Do we have to use our own idea for the models or we can make like a model of existing rockets?

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    3. You will be given topic for model making / science craft. Based on topic given you have to make and submit on the day of competition.

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  7. Will you please tell me the date when ISRO is going to announce the theme for model making?

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    1. I am also not aware. I will update it here the moment I hear about it.

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    2. ISRO students competition (ICC-2020), will be held between 3-10 July 2020.
      https://domyschoolhomework.blogspot.com/p/isro-cyberspace-competition-icc-2020.html

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  8. ISRO students competition (ICC-2020), will be held between 3-10 July 2020.
    https://domyschoolhomework.blogspot.com/p/isro-cyberspace-competition-icc-2020.html

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    1. Sir I have registered and log in my email ID but I not saved my registration number now how can I take my registration number please reply

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    2. I request you to write an email to ISRO official or call on helpline number.
      Email: icc-2020@isro.gov.in
      Call: 080-23515850 between 10AM to 5PM from Monday to Friday

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  9. I have tried both way but no reply please say me what can I do now to know about my registration number please reply

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    1. I am sorry to hear about it but you have to keep trying and as of now I don't see any other alternative.

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  10. I have tried both way but no reply please say me what can I do now to know about my registration number please reply

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    1. I am sorry to hear about it but you have to keep trying and as of now I don't see any other alternative.

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  11. I try to that number also but no reply please refer and say what to do to get my registration number please reply

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    1. Write email as well from your registered email.

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  12. sheerin208@gmail.com ,this my registrated email, please help me

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  13. Please reply, did you solution.

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  14. Please reply did you have solution

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    1. Keep calling the helpline number through day and try your luck.

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  15. I wrote email to that email ID only but there is no reply, please help me.

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    1. You can only wait for their reply.

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    2. If I not wrote registration number in paper means what will happen, please reply.

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  16. If I not wrote registration number in paper means what will happen, reply please, please reply

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    1. As per the competition rule -
      Please write Registration Number at upper right corner of your Answer Sheet. Apart from this, do not write your name, school’s name, phone number or any other personal details. This will lead to disqualification of your participation.

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  17. I asked that if I not wrote the registration number what will happen, beacause I not have registration number, please reply answer for this question, please reply.

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    1. If you do not registration number then your entry will be disqualified.

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  18. Then what is the solution to get my registration number please reply me you search and say to me please

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    1. Tomorrow you can try logging in using your email and password during 11 am to 4 pm. Hopefully you may get some help.
      https://www.isro.gov.in/icc-2020

      Tomorrow is drawing competition for Class 1 to Class 3

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  19. Then what is the solution to get my registration number please reply me you search and say to me please

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