“Meanwhile, 1458 science students and teachers belonging to 22 states have been selected under five groups including physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering and biological science. As many as 343 candidates from Uttar Pradesh, 262 from Maharashtra , 164- Tamil Nadu, 144- Andhra Pradesh, 107- Gujarat , 46-Rajasthan, 42-West Bengal, 38-Delhi, 37-Karnataka, 34- Puducherry, 34-Uttarakhand , 32-Andaman & Nicobar, 26-Haryana, 25-Jharkhand, 19-Madhya Pradesh , 17-Orissa, 16 from Jammu & Kashmir ,15- Bihar, 12-Kerala, 12- Himachal Pradesh, 11-Punjab, 9- Chhattisgarh, 3-Assam, 2-Goa, 2- Chandigarh, and 1-Nagaland have been selected by Expert Committee for higher education category while 1000 meritous students who passed out their High School examination in year 2012 form UP Board of Education are invited for the INSPIRE programme, a innovative scheme of Department of Science and Technology,” said Dr Tiwari.
The objectives of the Science Conclave include inspiring, motivating and giving thrust to science education, research and development, diverting at least ten percent of best talents from other disciplines to science stream, developing plans to rejuvenate science education and research, bringing together the Nobel Laureates, young scientists and students in a relaxed and informal atmosphere and encourage meaningful dialogue amongst themselves.
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