YUVIKA ISRO 2024 Registration, Selection Criteria, Apply @jigyasa.iirs.gov.in

ISRO’s young scientist program is back, and ISRO has invited class 9 students for the YUVIKA program 2024 registration. Registration for the two-week program commenced from 20th February 2024 to 20 March 2024. Interested candidates can check out the eligibility and important details of the program below.

YUVIKA ISRO 2024 Registration

Indian Space Research Organization has announced the registration period for the Young Scientist Program “YUva VIgyani KAryakram (YUVIKA)” for 2024 on 15 February 2024.

The program is designed for class 9th students to provide them with fundamental knowledge of space science, its applications, and emerging trends in space technology. 

The program encourages young minds to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) based careers and research. 

It’s a two-week program (13 May-24 May 2024), where students’ schedules include talking with ISRO scientists, lab visits, sharing experiences with scientists, and having discussions on space and technology.

The registration portal was opened from 20 February to 20 March 2024 for interested students to register themselves for the selection of the YUVIKA 2024 program.

Date YUVIKA Activities for 2024
15 February 2024 Program Announcement
20 February 2024 Registration Open Date
20 March 2024 Registration Closing date
28 March 2024 First selection list Release Date
4 April 2024 Second selection List
12 May 2024 Reporting Date on ISRO centers
13 May- 24 May 2024 YUVIKA program Duration
25 May 2024 Day to send off the selected students 

The reporting date can be changed or updated by the ISRO in the email sent to the selected students by ISRO.

YUVIKA ISRO 2024 Registration

Selection Criteria of the YUVIKA ISRO 2024 Program

The students studying in class 9 on 1 Jan 2024 are eligible to apply for the YUVIKA ISRO 2024 program.

ISRO has declared the following parameters as the basis of the selection of the registered students for the two-week Young Scientist Program 2024:

  • The applicant marks obtained in Class 8 should be 50% at least.
  • The applicant’s students’ performance weightage in the online quiz should be 10%.
  • The applicant’s participation weightage in the science fair or quizzes should be 2/ 5/20% (school/ district/ State and above) in the last three years.
  •  In the last three years, the weightage for 1 to 3 ranks in Olympiads or competitions equivalent to Olympiads in School/ district,/ state or above level should be 2/4/5%.
  • 15% study in village/ rural schools located in panchayat areas.
  • Winners of sports competitions from 1 to 3 rank in School/ district/ State and above level in three years: 2/4/5%
  • The weightage of guides and Scout/ NSS members/ NCC in the last three years should be 5%.

How to apply for the Young Scientist Program of ISRO 2024?

The eligible class 9 students can register themselves for the ISRO Young Scientist Program in the following steps:

  • Step 1: Go to the ISRO Antariksh Jigyasa Platform and register yourself.
  • Step 2: After the registration verify your email ID by clicking the registration link sent to the registered email.
  • Step 3: Now, the students are required to participate in the SpaceQuiz. Remember, to read the guidelines carefully before you begin the quiz.
  • Step 4: Now, after you are done with the quiz. Enter your educational and personal details.
  • Step 5: The next step is uploading the certificates. The students need to attest their certificates photocopy with the signature of the principal/ head of the school for verification. Remember, to scan the verified certificates and then upload them on the portal.
  • Step 6: After the scanned documents are uploaded, review your application carefully before clicking the submit button.

ISRO Centers for the YUVIKA Program

The YUVIKA program is planned at following seven centers of ISRO in India:

  • Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun
  • U.R. Rao Satellite Center (URSC), Bengaluru.
  • Satish Dhavan Space Center (SDSC), Sriharikota.
  • Space Applications Center (SAC), Ahmedabad.
  • National Remote Sensing Center (NRSC), Hyderabad.
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Center (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram.
  • North-Eastern Space Application Center (NE-SAC), Shillong.

Under the program, the state government will cover the expenses of traveling to the center and from the ISRO centers of selected students. The students will have to show their original ticket for the bus or second AC fare reimbursement.

The YUVIKA ISRO program is a great educational initiative by ISRO to nurture the young minds of the nation and encourage the spirit of innovation and science. So, students go and apply to experience the space technology and applications of the ISRO.

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