Csc 2012

Topics: Energy development, World energy resources and consumption, Wind power, Renewable energy, Sustainable energy, Energy / Pages: 115 (28725 words) / Published: Dec 9th, 2012
20th & 21st National Children’s Science Congress (2012-13)

Activity Guide

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Activity Guide
This resource material compiled in this publication was developed during the Brainstorming workshop held at Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam during May 2 to 4, 2012. Many suggestions given at the National Orientation workshop at Regional Education Institute (REI), Mysore during June 11 to 13, 2012 have also been incorporated. Group working for activity guide development Advisors Prof. S. P. Verma Dr D. K. Pandey Working group Jayanta Kr Sarma (Coordinator) Dr Pulin Bihari Chakravorty Dr P. Pramod Dr Bhim Prasad Sarmah Dr Lalit Sharma U.N. Ravi Kumar E. Kunikrishnan Sadhan Mahapatra Jaideep Baruah Sandip Bhattacharya Illustrations by Biswajit Borah, Muna Goswami, Tekendrajit Saikia Cover design : Sandip Bhattacharya Mobile- 09868404002 Published by NCSTC – Network E-56, First Floor, Samaspur Road Pandav Nagar, Delhi – 110091 Email – ncstcnetwork@gmail.com ncstcnet@hotmail.com Telephone – 011-22799236 Catalysed and supported by National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), Department of Science and Technology Technology Bhavan, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi – 110016, Email ID: dkp@nic.in; Telephone no:01126535564/26590251

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Contents

Part I: Part II:

About Children’s Science Congress About Focal Theme and Sub-Themes

Focal theme: “Energy: Explore, Harness and Conserve” Sub-themes: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Energy Resources Energy System Energy and Society Energy and Environment Energy Management and Conservation Energy Planning and Modelling

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Part – I About Children’s Science Congress

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About Children’s Science Congress (CSC)

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CSC – the beginning

The seeds of the programme of children’s science congress (CSC), in the way of an exercise to carry out small research activities at micro-level were planted in Madhya Pradesh by an NGO called Gwalior Science Center. It was later adopted by National Council for

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