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Principal, BGS National Public School
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Organizations:BGS National Public School
IYC Interests:Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
Encourage interest of young people in chemistry
As a part of IYC '11 the school will be epicentre for hosting a series of talks by eminent scientists on varied topics for students and science faculty from numerous schools in Bangalore.The distinguished faculty will share project ideas to implement in schools as part of Chemistry leadership program .The recorded version of these illuminative talks will be disemminated to thousands of students through ThinkQuest an online portal of the Oracle Education Foundation.
The first talk is scheduled on June10 on the topic -Seeing Atoms and Molecules. The talk is to be delivered by Prof.LaxmiNarayan from Raman Research Institute.
We aim to reach 1000 schools through ThinkQuest and stimulate IYC.The program highlights will be periodically updated.
This school is having grades up to Twelve where Chemistry is a compulsory subject.There are many members in this faculty and have proper Chemistry Labs for performing experiments.The faculty members encourage students to take up projects in chemistry.The total number of students as on date is more than 2000.
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