YASH, Youth Activities for Superior Humanity is an event aimed to engage young scientists and artists globally through an interactive science fair.
The event provides youngsters with a perfect platform to showcase their creativity and passion, as various competitions across different categories are held at one venue. The participants are accessed by an international jury, and the entries selected will be rewarded with certificates and awards.
YASH aims to provide a competitive platform for students with zeal. The exciting combination of performing scientific experiments or thesis with renowned technology sets the right tone/momentum. Students get a wonderful opportunity to showcase their well-researched science projects and get a global connect or appeal for a terrific career ahead.
The best performers at Youth Activities for Superior Humanity will get exposure to various International Science Fairs that are held in various countries like Japan, China, Malaysia, Australia, and more. The event provides an excellent opportunity for students to share their innovative ideas with the world and to broaden their scientific networking.
Winners will be awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards, along with cash prizes in every category. Every researcher will receive a certificate along with a medal.
Youth Activities for Superior Humanity is a special event that focuses on the problems faced by people from rural societies. Participants can submit their project from the below-mentioned themes.
Age Category - 14 - 30 Years Only
Students and Young Entrepreneurs who participated in national and international events in India and abroad held during 2018/19, for eg: (CNSE), CBSE National Science Exhibition, JNSMC (Jawaharlal Nehru Science Model Competition), Intel ISEF (Intel International Science and Engineering Fair), GSF (Google Science Fair), MILSET, IEYI, APCYS etc.
Innovations and esteemed work by Core Supported Groups under Science For Equity, Empowerment And Development Division, Department Of Science And Technology,Government Of India.
A project may be done by one individual student or a Team consisting maximum of four students and one guide (be his senior / teacher / one of the parent / guide).
EVENT DATE : 16th - 18th January ‘2020
Participants can choose a project that suits one or more than one sub-theme. The entries that do not fall under the above themes will be combined with projects under a category named “others.”
Participants can submit the entries from all the disciples of science, but need to make sure that the entry addresses the theme of the event.
The entries that are submitted will be thoroughly screened, and the ones with a potential for commercialization will receive mentoring and patent protection.
Interested students can register online at
Contests should mention their names as on their passports and their registration documents. All the necessary documents should be uploaded online before the given deadline.
The project submitted should be the original work of the participant and needs to be well-supported by the data which is collected via experimentation. Essays or ideas do not qualify.
Students can also submit their entries in a special category named Creative category. Participants can showcase a hands-on activity or on the spot problem solving skills with the need of models or papers.
Last date to complete registration and payment – 30th December 2019
Last date to submit the documents – 30th December 2019
Event Days – 16th January 2020 to 18th January 2020