Programme: National Olympiads in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy and Junior Science
The National Olympiad progamme in physics, chemistry, biology and astronomy follows a five stage process.
National Standard Examinations (NSEs) constitute the first stage of selection of students in the National Olympiad Programme. Every student aspiring to go through successive stages of the programme must enroll for the NSEs.
1.Physics, Chemistry, Biology (NSEP, NSEC, NSEB):
All Indian students who are born on or after July 1, 1993 and, in addition, are in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2012.
2. Junior Science (NSEJS):
All Indian students who are born on or after January 1, 1998 and, in addition, are in Class X or lower as of November 30, 2012.
All Indian students who are born on or after January 1, 1994 and, in addition, are in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2012.
How to Enrol:
1. Through School Co-ordinator (if school is a registered centre)
2. Click here for list of centres. Students can register at the nearest centre by paying the requisite fee
Application fee: Rs 100
Application Deadline: September 15, 2012
Date of Exam: November 24, 2012
Prof. M. L. Oglapurkar
IAPT Office, I.I.E. Campus,
128/2, J. P. Naik Marg, Kothrud,
Pune – 411 038
Phone: (020) 25420163; 20252754(O)
Prof. R. M. Dharkar
Stage II : Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INO)
300 students are selected on basis of Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) , Proportional Representation Clause, Minimum Representation Clause and the Merit Clause
Date of exam: February 2-3, 2013 (tentatively)
Stage III : Orientation Cum Selection Camps (OCSC)
Physics, Chemistry & Biology:
35 students in each category are selected for the camps at HBCSE. The camps will be of two to three weeks duration and include several theoretical and experimental tests. 5 students in Physics, 4 in Chemistry, 4 in Biology selected for the next stage will receive Rs 5,000 in form of books and cash. These students will represent India at the International Olympiads in the respective subjects.
Junior Science: 45 students from INJSO will be invited to the Orientation Cum Selection Camp of two to three weeks at HBCSE which include several theoretical and experimental tests. 12 students selected will receive Rs 5,000 in form of books and cash. They form two groups of 6 students each to participate in the International Olympiads
35 students in each category are selected for the camps at HBCSE. The camps will be of two to three weeks duration where students are trained in basic concepts in astronomy and astrophysics especially for problem-solving in astronomy, astrophysics and for observational astronomy tests. 5 students selected for the next stage will receive Rs 5,000 in form of books and cash. These students will represent India at International Olympiads for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA).
Selection Criteria: Age limit, medical fitness, parental consent, etc. In addition they must hold valid Indian passports as per the visa regulations of the host country by the beginning of the respective OCSC.
Stage IV : Training of Indian teams for International Olympiads at HBCSE.
As per International Olympiad statutes, the training in chemistry and biology is limited to two weeks duration. In physics the training may be longer. For astronomy and junior Science the training camp will be of one week’s duration
Stage V : Participation in International Olympiads
Click here for the schedule of all the examinations
For general queries regarding all Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Junior Science) Olympiad programmes:
Prof. Vijay Singh
National Co-ordinator, Science Olympiads
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (TIFR)
V. N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd, Mumbai 400 088.
Phone: (022) 25072300/ 2322, 25482104
For general queries regarding the Astronomy Olympiad programmes contact:
Prof. M. N. Vahia
National Co-ordinator, Astronomy Olympiad.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba, Mumbai 400 005.
Phone: (022) 22784545, 22782350
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