ISRO Young Scientist Program 2024: Online Registration

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ISRO Young Scientist Program 2024 | ISRO Young Scientist Program Registration 2024

Indian Space research Organisation (ISRO) is Organising a Special Program for School Children to Impart basic Knowledge of Space Technology, Space Science, and Space Applications to younger Students in emerging Trends in Space Science and Technology amongst Youngsters. The ISRO Has launched the “Yuva Vigyani Karyakram”, YUVIKA which is also known as ISRO Young Scientist Program. Youngsters are the Building Blocks of our Nation. ISRO has launched this Young Scientist Program to Catch them Young. Kindly Read Further to know more about the ISRO Young Scientist Program Registration 2024, ISRO Young Scientist Program Eligibility, and Benefits. 

ISRO Young Scientist Program – YUVIKA 2024

ISRO Young Scientist Program 2023

Indian Space Research Organisation has launched the Yuva Vigyani Karyakram (YUVIKA) also known as ISRO Young Scientist Program 2024 to provide knowledge about Space Science and Space Technology. This Program is expected to encourage more students to pursue In Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Based Research. YUVIKA is an Annual Space Education Program for Students to provide knowledge about Aeronautical Science and Space Science, YUVIKA 2024 is a 2-week Program starting from 13 May 2024 to 24 May 2024

Registration For ISRO YUVIKA 2024 Started on 20 February 2024, So Students can register Themselves. 

Objectives of the ISRO Young Scientist Program

  • YUVIKA is Launched to Provide basic space Science knowledge to the Student. 
  • No cost will be borne by the Student during this Programme.
  • To provide students with knowledge of Space technology.
  • To catch Them, Young for Scientific Programs.

Key Highlights

Program NameISRO Young Scientist Program 2024
StateAll States 
Launched byISRO
Eligibility Students
Registration Start Date20 February 2024
Registration End Date20 March 2024
YUVIKA Programme13-24 May
Registration LinkISRO YUVIKA 2024

Eligibility Criteria for ISRO Young Scientist Program 2024

  • Students of All States can Register for YUVIKA 2024.
  • Class 8th students have a minimum of 50% marks obtained in exams.
  • Students Studying in Class 9 as on Jan 01, 2024, are eligible to apply.
  • False information will lead to the Cancel of the Candidature. 

ISRO Young Scientist Program 2024 Registration Process

  1. Register in ISRO Antariksh Jigyasa Platform.
  2. Verify your Email address as received after Successful Registration on the above website and Click on the Verification link sent to your Registered E-Mail address.
  3. Participate in Space Quiz, Read Quiz Guidelines Carefully before appearing in Space Quiz. 
  4. Fill in your Personal Profile and Education Details
  5. Generate a Certificate for Verification by your School Principal or Head Of School or Parents or Guardian.
  6. Students Need to Upload that Certificate after Verification by any one of the above-mentioned persons.
  7. Scan and Upload Your documents and Submit the Application. 
  8. The first Selection list will be published on 28 march 2024.
  9. The second Selection list will be published on 04 April 2024 in case of any vacancy.

Expenditure during ISRO Yuvika 2024

  • Expenditure towards only the Travel of Selected Students  (II AC Train Fare or AC Volvo bus Fare) will be borne by the State Government or the Nearest Railway Station.
  • Student Needs to produce original ticket of Travel for Reimbursement of Travel fare from respective ISRO Centre.
  • The maximum fare will be limited to II AC Train Fare only. 
  • The course material, lodging, and boarding will be borne by ISRO

ISRO Young Scientist Program Centres 

  • Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun.
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), Sriharikota.
  • U.R. Rao Satellite Centre (URSC), Bengaluru.
  • Space Applications Centre (SAC), Ahmedabad.
  • National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Hyderabad.
  • North-East Space Applications Centre (NE-SAC), Shillong.

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