Upcoming/ Ongoing Activities


Get a chance to create the next big technology.

KAMP Junior Scientist Club helps to develop the right curiosity and confidence at a young age, that will play a big role in defining the student’s career trajectory.

The activities under JSC builds an understanding on how technology is taking over the world and how to solve problems using it. More importantly, the activities will make students 'enjoy' technology and build confidence to dream big.

Online Robotic Tour
KAMP

Online Robotic tour is designed to help students develop analytical and logical thinking skills. They also help in improving creativity and problem solving skills. More importantly, they show how 'fun' technology can be and will develop curiosity to explore further. The confidence gained as part of building projects will enable students to dream big and aspire to build world changing technologies for the future.

Student will know about robots. Basic understanding of Humanoid, Industrial Arms and Drones

The projects received shall be categorized under different categories as defined in special interest groups. Selected projects will receive an opportunity to display their project ideas in the events and theme meet for year 2021 and will receive exiting science experiential learning kits. Their project ideas may be featured in Science Reporter magazine published by CSIR-NISCAIR, New Delhi. The awards shall be sent to the respective schools and will be notified by KAMP Operations and Coordination Office.

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World Space Week
KAMP

World Space Week is an international celebration of science and technology, and their contribution to the betterment of the human condition. The United Nations General Assembly declared in 1999 that World Space Week will be held each year from October 4-10. KAMP in association with SSERD is organizing World Space Week Program from 04th October to 10th October 2020 aims to create awareness among students about the satellite technology, its applications, space economy, career opportunities, etc.

There is no additional charge for participating in World Space Week activity. All registered students of NASTA 2019 and NASTA 2020 can participate in this activity at no cost.

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Innovation Challenge 2020
KAMP

JSC introduces Innovation Challenge 2020 which invites students to send their innovation ideas, designed projects, research ideas, inventions, projects or any other valuable project in the field of science and technology or special interest groups.

Special Interest Groups
  1. Environmental Science and Development
  2. Astronomy & Space
  3. Future Technologies
  4. History & Archaeology
  1. Computer Science & Robotics
  2. Philosophy & Regional Studies
  3. Artificial Intelligence
  4. STEAM/STEM

The projects received shall be categorized under different categories as defined in special interest groups. Selected projects will receive an opportunity to display their project ideas in the events and theme meet for year 2021 and will receive exciting science experiential learning kits. Their project ideas may be featured in Science Reporter magazine published by CSIR-NISCAIR, New Delhi.

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