Chemistry Poster Competition to celebrate IYC 2011 in IndiaActivity by Damodar Prabhu | added on Mar 01, 2011 | India
Sponsor(s): Association of Chemistry Teachers
The Association of Chemistry Teachers has organised a Chemistry Poster Competition for students and teachers all over India. The posters will highlight the excitement and challenges of Chemistry as also the its rich contributions to the wellbeing of mankind. The best posters will be exhibited at different institutions.
The Association of Chemistry Teachers has organised a nation wide Chemistry Poster Competition during March-April 2011 for students and teachers of schools, colleges and universities..The posters will highlight the excitement and challenges in Chemistry and its manifold contributions to the enrichment of humankind and conservation of the environment.
The sub- themes for the preparation of the posters under the broad theme of IYC2011'Chemistry-our life, our future' are :
1)History of Chemistry in India
2)Chemistry from morning to night
3)Kitchen and vegetable Chemistry
4)Women Chemists of India
5)Natural products as medicines
6)Chemical fertilisers and Organic Farming
7)Plastics and Polymers
9)Chemistry in Agriculture
10)Chemistry of environmemt
12) Renewable sources of energy
13)Career opportunities in Chemistry
The best posters in each category will be awarded prizes by the Association of Chemistry Teachers and will be exhibited at select locations for public viewing.
The posters have to be sent to the following address:
The Convener, ACT-IYC 2011 Chemistry Poster Competition,Association of Chemistry Teachers
Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education (TIFR), V N Purav Marg, Mankhurd,Mumbai 400088.
For details please contact:1)Dr Meera Uchil, Convener,ACT-IYC 2011 Chemistry Poster Competition, Depaetment of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai400007
2) Dr D V Prabhu, General Secretary, Association of Chemistry Teachers,
Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai400007
|Topic:||celebration of chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, competition, networking||Audience:||students, teachers, educators, science museums|