VKV - Yazali wins State level NCSC 2018
Megha Raj of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (VKV), Yazali, Lower Subansiri has secured first position in the twoday
State level 26th National Children Science Congress (NCSC) 2018. Porty Mosi of VPS Daporijio (Upper Subansiri) and Karbon Kamsi of
VKV, Roing (Lower Dibang Valley) won 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.
A total of 52 projects were presented by selected child scientists from 21 districts, including Capital Complex, during the two-day Science
Congress held at the Arunachal Pradesh Science Centre, IG Park here on November 16-17. The focal theme of the competition was “Science,
Technology and Innovation for a Clean, Green and Healthy Nation”.
Other position holders in the competition are: Nancy Singh of VPS, Daporijio (4th), Lucky Modi of VKV, Oyan, East Siang (5th), Sohin
Taflap, VKV, Amiliang Anjaw (6th), Wesesswani Konwar, VKV, Chimpu, Itanagar (7th), Angam Yabu, GHSS, Arunodaya, Itanagar (8th),
Aecha Sumnyan, GHSS, Kanubari, Longding (9th) and Udhayso Krong, VKV, Amliang, Anjaw (10th).
The top ten child scientists would represent Arunachal Pradesh in the 26th National Children Science Congress 2018, to be held at
Bhubaneswar, Odisha from December 27 to 31 next. Moreover, the second group member of the best two projects adjudged in this State level
NCSC 2018 will get an opportunity to present their projects at the session of Indian Science Congress during January, 2019, it was stated in a
release by the Arunachal Pradesh State Council for Science & Technology (APSCS&T), Dept of Science & Technology, GoAP.
Earlier on Friday, APSCS&T Chairman Bamang Mangha, while inaugurating the event, stated that the Department of Science & Technology
is a nodal agency which is serving as a great platform for the students to showcase their talent, creations and innovative ideas to the world.
Encouraging the students to utilize it to its best, he advised the participants to utilize the modern technology and resources to improve their
Guest of honour C D Mungyak, Director cum Member Secretary, APSCS&T, Pakngu Lombi, Dy Director APSCS&T and State Coordinator,
NCSC and Dr Debajit Mahanta, Jt Director, APSCS&T also spoke on the occasion.
At the end of State level NCSC 2018, the winning child scientists were awarded prizes, memento and certificates at the valedictory function