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ISRO Releases List of Provisionally Selected Students for Young Scientist Programme YUVIKA 2019

ISRO had announced the ‘Young Scientist Programme’ or ‘YUva VIgyani KAryakram’ (YUVIKA 2019) for school children earlier this year

ISRO has provided an update on the Young Scientist Programme’ or ‘YUva VIgyani KAryakram’ (YUVIKA 2019) initiative. The Indian Space Research Organisation has released the list of provisionally selected students for the programme, two days after the online registration for the same concluded.

As the organisation had committed, 3 students from each State or Union Territory have been selected to participate in this programme based on the applicant’s performance in the 8th Standard, which includes both academic and extracurricular activities. A total of 105 names have been updated in the list on the whole.

The provisionally selected candidates will now be requested to send the attested copies of the relevant certificates through e-mail. Furthermore, the final selection list will be announced on 13 April 2019, after verifying the certificates provided by the students, says the Indian Space Research Organisation.

ISRO mentions on the website that students belonging to the rural area have been given special weightage in the selection criteria. And in cases wherein there is tie between the selected candidates, the younger candidates would be given priority. Students can check if they have been selected for the YUVIKA 2019 programme on the official ISRO website link given here.

The ‘Young Scientist Programme’ or ‘YUva VIgyani KAryakram’ (YUVIKA 2019) was started to impart basic knowledge on space technology, space science and space applications to young school goers with the intent of arousing their interest in the emerging areas of space activities.

Once the final list is out, ISRO will conduct YUVIKA 2019 across 4 centres of ISRO during the second half of May 2019. The selected candidates will be accommodated at ISRO hostels and guest house and other expenditure, which includes II AC fare by train for student and guardian or parent from the nearest railway station to the reporting centre and back, and course material will be borne by ISRO.

62 comments

    • Supriya R

      Hi divyesh, pls click the link given in the story on official isro website. You will be able to see results

    • Supriya R

      Hi zeeshan, pls click the link given in the story on official isro website. You will be able to see results

  1. A.VISHNU VARDANA

    Hello sir
    We have already sent our kid A.V.AMBAREESH details to your program.
    He is having much interest on this program..

    Please check his data once .
    Your consideration gives him a bright future really

    Thanking you for your kind concern

    Regards
    Ambareesh parent
    M.V.VANDANA

  2. A.VISHNU VARDANA

    We are eagerly waiting for this program.
    He is showing much interest.

    Please show the consideration

    Regards
    Ambareesh parent
    M.V.VANDANA

  3. Chandranshu Kumar Ranjan

    Director sir please any seat of sc candidate why are u not give any post any seat of sc candidate we are not indian we are not citizens of India please. Sir tell me

  4. Chandranshu Kumar Ranjan

    Why are many people are cast filling my blood colour. Is not red my WBC colours is like white or colour less what difference between any other citizens to sc candidate whyyy plsss tell me

  5. Preethi sree kandula

    What should not selected people they can send that attested forms allcertficates and 8class marks list any weightage there from them

    • Bharat me

      Yes you are right ,some have been sent using edited file and fake attachment file ,they should verify that and give us another list of selected students

  6. Madhavi kandula

    What should not selected people they can send that attested forms allcertficates and 8class marks list any weightage there from them

  7. SANAPALA SANTOSH KUMAR

    You can put a exam students who applied the applications then select you students about 100 members from state. But this is very wrong decision you selected 3 members from state.

    • Kiran

      Hey brother, this rule was clarified by isro before only. Maybe more than 1 million people applied. How can isro conduct exam at such large level ?

    • Supriya R

      Hello Sir, what ISRO says on its website is that this is the list of provisionally selected students. Final list will be put out on 13 April after verifying documents sent by these students. Please see ISRO website for all the details

  8. Varun

    IAM a diploma student , completed my training in RCI DRDO, present interested in doing betech .and would like to visit isro and I would like to learn .is there any chance for 2 months internship..or any job for a diploma student….my branch in diploma (EEE).
    IAM the topper of the college and participated in district,state ,national level science fairs.
    Participated in many ellocutions and debates.

  9. Girija ramana

    Tjey selected only government schools yy not private even we r interested. And very sad for this selection

  10. Krish sood

    I don’t like this plan all students cant participate in it. Jai hind jai bharat all of the best
    Winner’s

  11. Abhishek

    I realy wanted to participate but i was not selected my dream to become ……….
    Was broken i will participate in all camp as possible thank you for this camp for children I will expecte a another camp

  12. Kunthavi

    What happened to the other states candidates name they are not appearing please check with I am from Tamilnadu and the only 5states are appearing

  13. Kunthavi

    I am seeing that all the results and almost all the students are from government schools and not CBSE this is very disappointing.if there are no selection taking place for CBSE students they are supposed to mention it because this will hurt the expectations of the students eagerly waiting like me.This is also a government based Programme and there is no equality in the selection basis from my point of view where only most of the government schools are given priority please in the future coming up Programmes give opportunities for everyone and all the education boards in INDIA please

  14. Bharat me

    Bharat me
    April 10, 2019 at 2:32 pm – Reply
    Yes you are right ,some have been sent using edited file and fake attachment file ,they should verify that and give us another list of selected students

  15. V.Chandrakala

    Hello sir

    Most of the government school students are selected why not CBSE .My daughter got dissappojnted.please select students equally if possible with exam .A percent of reservation can be given to rural .Real talented students are missing the opportunity.

  16. Vajinepalli sai mani vardhan

    If you want to select the students,you should keep the test and you have to select but by seeing the marks of 8th class how cna you select ?

  17. Dr. PARAS BABULAL PANDIT (FATHER)

    They must show us our child rank and overall rank.
    Number application and where our child stand in it.
    Selection criteria are such that only few schools fullfill criteria like scouts and some sports criteria.
    Many Rural and most urban small school does not participate in such events and even their students not have much exposure to win such events at higher level though they have
    same potential.
    Main objective of providing exposure and platform for rural, interior, remote, potential students is not justified as only students of ‘some type class school’ are selected.
    They should consider actual marks in science subject, some open test on
    science.
    They should select students from both urban and rural schools by separate criteria with increasing number of participants, even make four or five batches in summer and dipawali vacation.
    Many potential students are disappointed by result.

  18. Dr. PARAS BABULAL PANDIT

    ISRO should review selection criteria for both urban and rural schools.
    They should consider actual marks in science subject, and/or take some open test on science.
    They should select students from both urban and rural schools by separate criteria with increasing number of participants, even make four or five batches in summer and dipawali vacation.
    Many potential students are disappointed by result.

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