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Science and Innovation Fair 2018

SIF, 2018 Pan India

Welcome To India Science and Innovation Fair 2018

“Crucial to Science education is hands on involvement: Showing, not just telling, real experiments and field trips and not just virtual reality”.
Keep this in mind and show your talent and idea at Science and Innovation Fair - 2018.

About the Event

FGSI- Science and Innovation Fair – SIF 2018 is a GATEWAY for youngsters and also pillars of celebration for schools / colleges to succeed in venturing new landmarks in science - exposing the winners and best performers to more than 25 International Fairs in coming years to be participated by 90 Partner International Countries like- Japan, Taiwan, Russia, Oman, Mexico, USA, Holland, Luxembourg, Portugal, South Africa, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Australia, Italy, Dubai, Belgium, Spain, Chile and many more………….

FGSI Science and Innovation Fair 2018 hereby invite students with innovative ideas presented in posters and we along with school’s mentors shape it with scientific input and make them present it at world stage.

Venue and Details

Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi

on 23rd April ‘2018 - from 8 AM to 4 PM.

Science Fair Guideline:

Projects will be reviewed by our Jury and its application shall be positioned by them in following categories:

  • Life Sciences (Plant Science, Animal Science, Health Science)
  • Chemical Sciences (including its application to Biology)
  • Physics (including Robotics, Intelligent Machine and Engineering)
  • Computer Science (including Instrumentation and Embedded Science)
  • Mathematics (including Behavioral Science
  • Environmental Science (including Botany)

The project must be the original work done by the student. Ideally, It should be supported by data collected from experimentation. Engineering projects should have a basic working prototype. It could also be a structured experimentation bringing about a known result. Science essays and mere ideas do not qualify.

Judging Criteria:

Judging will be done using the following broad criteria:

  • Novelty – 10 points
  • Scientific thought / Engineering goals - 10
  • Scientific Method / Engineering Design – 10 points
  • Data Management/presentation - 10
  • Applications – 10
  • Theme to be Innovation and motive to interact with international standards of science ventures
  • All projects shall get space to post their presentation in form of poster, design and text.
  • Each poster shall get a space on wall for 4 posters each poster with area of 2*2 feet.
  • Each project teams are advised to present their project preview in a period of 3 minutes and for questions 1 minute.


  • All the participants shall be awarded with certificate and winners with medals.
  • Students must be from standard 6th to 12th while submitting the project.
  • Under the age of 25 years as on 31st March ‘2018
  • A project may be done by one individual student or a Team consisting of maximum four students but represented by 2 students only.

Project Category:

Classes 6th to 8th : Junior Category projects

Class 9th to 12th : Senior Category projects

It shall be coordinated by:

Mr. Piyush Mobile No- 6396992704 / 9304959265,/ 9953004925 & Management Committee Team of FGSI

We look forward to your cooperation and grand participation of New Delhi NCR students for making the event a grand success. In case of any query you can mail or call on the ID and numbers given.

Fees and Payment

The registration fees of Rs.350 per participant should be transferred before 20th April ‘2018 via bank transfer or cheque to Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives. The bank account details for sending registration fees are as follows. Do send the copy of payment and contact detail to



Account Number: 0016887 00 00 0166

IFSC code: YESB00 00 016.


The registration is taking place online on here till 18 April 2018.

Other Details

It also gets an opportunity to students to be guided to participate in Science Fairs in India like- Intel’s IRIS event, the INESF, NCSE and many more.

Example of Projects ideas put forward by students- participants to previous science events.

  • 1: Exhaust fan using old scooter for the health benefit of rural women working in kitchen.
  • 2: Garbage bins which can burn the waste to produce energy. The smell can be removed by passing the gas through a catalytic convertor.
  • 3: Solar car
  • 4: Recharging batteries from movement of body parts and activities like running etc.
  • 5: Using lasers to scan mosquitoes and then a focused beam to kill them.
  • 6: Trapping heat energy wasted by ACs and generating electricity out of it or using this heat for some other purpose.
  • 7: Generating electricity from salt for use in rural areas.

For details, write to ''

It shall be guided by:

Er. Anuj Sinha:

Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives (FGSI)
& Network of Organisations for Science & technology Communication (OSTC),
Also Former Head Science Communication & Scientist ‘G’, Department of Science & Technology GOI & Director, Vigyan Prasar- Cell: 9717048666

Dr D. K Pandey,

Vice Chairman
Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives (FGSI)
Also Former Director / Scienctist ‘F’
Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
Cell: 9871734715

Mr. ‘Madhav’, Piyush Kumar

Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives (FGSI)
Also Former Regional Coordinator- Intel Science Talent Search & IRIS
Cell: 91-9953004925

Mr. Mehul Raja,

Honorary Director
Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives (FGSI)
Also Former Country Head- Intel Science Talent Search & IRIS
Cell: 9819332133

Mr. Verma, Piyush ,

Assistant Manager- Operations and Marketing
Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives (FGSI)
Also Former Senior Executive - Operation GMR
Cell: 91-9818941406

………………and other jury members from Science Review Panel of FGSI. They have demonstrated their caliber at Intel’s Science Talent Discover Fair (now known as IRIS), National Children’s Science Congress (catalyzed by Department of Science & Technology), Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Exhibition by NCERT and Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientist (APCYS).. The projects will be also be displayed and shall be open to public and media too.

China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC)

About the event

China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest is jointly organized by CAST, Ministry of Education and some other relevant governmental departments and organizations. It is a national science competition program for science loving students aging from 12 to 20 since 1979. After 30+ years of development, it has been built to be the most prestigious and the largest science contest for young scientists in China. CASTIC aims to encourage innovation in science and technology, inquiry-based and hands-on teaching approaches. Annually, around 500 finalists from the provincial contests and more than 50 international participants take part in the event.

The 32nd CASTIC

The 32nd CASTIC was held from August 14th through 19th 2017 in Hangzhou, China. More than 300 scientific projects by young scientists in 13 scientific categories were showcased and competed during the contest. And 87 students and teachers from 20 countries and territory’s science contests for youth were invited to participate in the event. More than 30 projects by international participants competed in the 32nd CASTIC.
The list of countries that we had in 32nd CASTIC are:

Brazil | Czech | Denmark | Germany | Hungary | India | Japan | Luxembourg | Malaysia | Mexico | Pakistan | Puerto Rico | ROK | Russia | Slovak | Sweden | Thailand | Turkey | UK | USA

Venue and Dates

The 33rd CASTIC is going to be held in 2018 in the month of August in Chongqing, the biggest city of southwest of China.

ESKOM Expo For Young Scientists 2017

Event : ESKOM

Organising Country : South Africa

Place of Event : Bartlett, Boksburg

Date of Event : 03-06 October

Participation Fee : Rs 60,000 *

Class category :6-10

Participation Category : 1 project two students

Project category24 Categories with Descriptions, for all Grades

Energy: Non-renewable – fossil fuels and use of electricity, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Agricultural Sciences, Animal and Veterinary Science, including Marine Animals , Computer Science and Information Technology, Earth Science (Geography, Geology, Oceanography) & Housing & Settlement Studies, Energy Efficiency and Conservation: efficient use of energy and ways of using less energy, Energy: Non-renewable – fossil fuels and use of electricity , Energy: Renewable – biofuels, geothermal, Engineering: Chemical, Metallurgical, Civil and Mining, Engineering: Electrical and Electronics, Engineering: Mechanical, Aeronautical and Industrial , Environmental Management: study of human interaction with the environment (e.g. waste management, recycling, deforestation, land management and bioremediation) , Environmental Science: changes to the environment (e.g. pollution, climate change, carbon emissions and ecology) , Environmental Science: changes to the environment (e.g. pollution, climate change, carbon emissions and ecology) , Sports Science, Social and Psychological Sciences , Plant Sciences including Marine Plants , Physics, Astronomy and Space Science , Microbiology and Diseases , Medical Science (anatomy, genetics, physiology) and Health Care (hygiene & life style) , Mathematics and Statistics , Innovation and Technology , Food Science, Food Technology and Healthy Eating.

Expo Mexico 2017

Event: Expo Mexico

Organising Country: Mexico

Place of Event: La Paz, Mexico

Date of Event: 05-08 December

Participation Fee: Rs 75 ,000 *

Date: 15th August 2017

Age Limit : upto 25 yrs

Participation Criteria:2 students per project

Project catergory: Biology,Chemistry,Engineering,ICT,Material Science,Math,Physics,Robotics & other Applied Sciences.

Indonesia Science Expo 2017

Event : ISE 2017

Organising Country : Indonesia

Place of Event : Jakarta

Date of Event : 23-27 October

Participation Fee : Rs 1,35,000*
(*Flight fare included)

Age limit:14-18 yrs

Participation Criteria :2 students per project

Project category :You must have science project related to technology innovation in the field of Biology,Chemistry,Engineering,ICT,Material Science,Math,Physics,Robotics & other Applied Sciences.

APCYS - 2017

Event : APCYS 2017

Organising Country : Nepal

Place of Event : Kathmandu

Date of Event : 01-05 November

Participation Fee : Rs 30,000 *
(*Flight fare not included)

Date: 30th August 2017

Class category :6-12 class

Participation Criteria :2 students per project

Project category :Project can be submitted in the following category.

2)Computer science
3) Physics (including Robotics & Enggenering)
4) Life Sciences (including chemical Science)
5)Environmental Sciences.

MILSET Expo-Sciences Vostok 2016

Moscow, Russia hosted the MILSET Expo-Science Vostok 2016 from 15 to 19 November, 2016. This event was devoted to greatest historical dates: the 120th birthday anniversary of genius of psychology Lev Vygotsky and the 55 years since the first man Yuri Gagarin flew to space.
ESV 2016 created unique educational environment for international collaboration of talented young people from around the world in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and arts.

Eligibility Criteria:

Youth aged 12-25, winners of the national and/or regional conferences and contests were invited to take part in ESV 2016.

ESV 2016 is organized by:

  • MILSET Vostok (Intenational Movement for Leisure Activities in Science & Technology in Russia and countries of CIS).
  • Moscow State Pedagogical University.
  • All-Russian Movement of Creative Teachers “Researcher” (OODI)

All Indian participation is coordinated by M/s Milset and Science Societies and Public, an NGO registered in India and partner to MILSET Worldwide.

The main project areas are:

  • IT and new ways of data transmission.
  • Mechanical Engineering.
  • New energy.
  • Electronics and electrical engineering.
  • Robotics.
  • Ecology and Environment protection.
  • Biodiversity; • Medicine and healthcare.
  • The pharmacy.
  • Chemistry, chemical and metallurgical engineering.
  • Construction, architecture and design.
  • Economy, social projects.
  • Traditional culture.
  • Urban economy.
  • Tourism and its possibilities, including ecological tourism.
  • Recycled materials.
  • Microbiology, biotechnology, agriculture and agronomy.
  • Nutrition science and food technology.
  • Sociology and psychology.

International Environment & Sustainability Project Olympiad

The INESPO (International Environment & Sustainability Project Olympiad) is an international olympiad that was first organized nationally on May 16, 2009. Since 2010, the olympiad has extended to an international level with over 40 different countries participating every year. In 2014, the 6th INESPO event will be held at a national level on April 12 and for international participants (and the winners of the national round) from June 1 – 6 (dates may be subject to change).

INESPO is intended for students between 13 and 18 years from secondary/high schools and vmbo-, havo- and vwo-schools in the Netherlands. By organizing INESPO, the Cosmicus Foundation, IVN, DuurzaamDoor, NPOINT and the GLOBE Program want to bring attention to environmental problems in schools across the Netherlands. Their goal is to involve students in this important matter and bring communal consensus on social environmental values and to eventually eliminate the environmental problems through education.

All projects that meet the listed requirements can participate in the olympiad. However, the national event may have a preliminary elimination round due to the large amount of registrations. The full criteria established by the workgroup can be found under Coordination regulations.

  • Environment
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Geography
  • Social/Civics

A project olympiad means that students first elaborate their innovative ideas and solutions on paper which is then followed by the creation of a concept.This concept can take the form of a miniature design or a collage. During the event on the olympiad exposition days on April 12 (national) and June 2 and 3 (international), the participants must be able to explain, defend and represent their project both in theory and in practice. If necessary, participants can request audiovisual support. The written and spoken language during the international round is English. The organization does not provide translators.

MILSET Expo Sciences International 2016

Welcome Points

The organising committee is welcoming you during the period of the event at:

  • Toulouse–Blagnac Airport
  • Toulouse-Matabiau railway station
  • The Hotel-Dieu


Please contact the organisation at would you need support to get your visas.


All participants must be covered by an insurance for the period of the event.


ESE 2016 is a non-competitive event. No comparison and ranking between the projects will be undertaken.


Direct registrations of individuals are not authorised.

FGSI- MILSET India pioneered “Regional Science & Innovation Fair”

Keeping this in mind FGSI and its associate MILSET India with the Hosting School jointly organize Regional Science and Innovation Fair.

This fair opens path to your participants to more than 25 International Fairs held in 90 Partner International Countries like- Taiwan, Russia, Oman, Mexico, USA, Holland, Luxembourg, Portugal, South Africa, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Australia, Italy, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Belgium, Spain, Chile and many more.

The science fair is organized with the mission to ignite the science the science talent in India and offer the opportunity to the top talent to represent India at various science fairs across the globe.

FGSI ROBOT Competition 2017 - To all friends of Robotics!

We present to you the “FGSI Robot Competition” which is being hosted at Bansal Institute of Science and Technology, Bhopal.
The Competition seeks to promote the development of Robotics in India, raise the performance level of young scientists, offers valuable performance and learning opportunities and thereby increase their technical level. There are attractive awards to the winners and certificates to all participants. About Foundation for Glocal Science Initiatives (FGSI)

About FGSI

FGSI is a not for profit organization set up to encourage and infuse the spirit of science, innovation, discovery among youth of India and build a robust scientific temper among them. FGSI along with its partners organizes various activities including:

  • Project Innovation Program (PIP)
  • Incubation Centers
  • Science and Educational Tours
  • National & International Science Fairs
  • Video and Still Science Photo Competition
  • Science and engineering seminars and conferences.

About Bansal Institute of Science and Technology Bhopal (BIST)

Bansal Institute of Science and Technology, Bhopal was established in the year 2000 with a vision to provide national & international academic inputs to nurture & prepare technocrats capable of growing and contributing in fast changing global environment. The Institute brings to the students an integrative learning model based on industry needs of skilled professionals. The model provides these complementary skills sets to the students at various leveraging domains and functional & cultural expertise. The cultural skills are to be built through academic collaboration internationally, nationally & locally. BIST is one of the leading professional institutes of Central India. “National Madhya Pradesh Education Award” for Excellent Institute of M.P. for Social Causes was bagged by BIST in the year 2016. The institute was awarded “J.C. Basu Trophy “ for Best Educational Institute of M.P. in SRIJAN-2016.

The Competition

The FGSI ROBOT Competition 2017 is a Championship for self-made, autonomous and mobile robots. There are six exciting competitions:

  • Robot-Fight
  • Robot-Air Race
  • Robot-Line Racer
  • Robot-Humanoid Sprint
  • Robot-Collect Racer
  • Robot-Creativity Freestyle

Robot- Fight

The Robots try to push each other out of the ring. This competition is organized into various weight classes:

  • Micro (Max 5 x 5 cm)
  • Mini (Max 10 x 10 cm, >100gm
  • Mega (Max 20 x 20 cm, >1000 gm
  • Humanoid (50 x 20cm)

Categories can be redefined /modified based on total participation.

Robot-Air Race

Flying robots have to complete figure 8’s around two poles that are several meters apart. The robots have to demonstrate their ability to manoeuvre quickly and accurately in three dimensions.
The robots can be rotary-wing aircrafts (like quadcopters or helicopters), fixed-wing aircrafts, flapping-wing or airship designs.

Robot- Line Racer

A robot must follow a black line on a white background as quickly as possible. The fastest robots will proceed to the next round. In the enhanced version they must additionally overcome unexpected obstacles on the course.

Robot-Collect Racer

This competition calls for special interaction between sensor technology, mechanics and artificial intelligence. Here the robots have to collect small discs/blocks on the field according to color.
Two robots compete against each other on a 250 x 250 cm field. The aim is to collect all items of the assigned color and carry them to their home base. The first robot to collect all the assigned pucks wins.

Robot-Humanoid Sprint

Humanlike robots have to complete a course by walking or running as fast as possible. The robots must be two legged and must shift the center of gravity to maintain its balance when walking, i.e. one foot must lift off the floor, while the other foot is balancing the robot.
The robot, which completes the 200 cm long course fastest, wins.

Robot-Creativity Freestyle

In this category participants are encouraged to demonstrate their robotic creations, even if they do not fit into one of the other competitions. There cannot be any restrictions on ones creativity and imaginations.

Golden Climate - 2018

About the event

There will be a Golden Climate Culture Day on 8th April 2018. Participants will display various aspects of their culture and participate in the cultural event through music and dance, poetry, fashion, and foods among others.

Venue and Dates

The Grand event ‘8th Edition of Golden Climate International Environmental Project Olympiad (GCIEPO)’ is going to be held in KENYA on 8th April 2018.


Registrations are now open and you can register via this link. All fees must be paid via our payment portal in your Golden Climate Account.


Accommodation will be provided for all the participants. The following are the places where the participants will be accommodated.

  • Light International School Hostels

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