10th Indian Youth Science Congress – Call for paper submissions
September 30, 2019: Attention young scientists and students! The Indian Youth Science Congress (IYSC) an important event that brings youth across the country together, has announced its call for papers. This 10th edition of the IYSC will be held at ITM University, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.
This year the theme is “Science and Technology for a Prosperous and Nutrition-Secure India“, that focuses on the Vision of a Malnutrition-Free India, on Skill India, Start Up India, Digital India, Smart Village, and Stand-up India. It will deliberate on technological innovations. Students are encouraged to submit their papers on the following themes:
Nutrition, Health & Food Security; Climate Change; Carbon Sinks; Early Warning Signals; Natural & Genetic Resources Management; Traditional Wisdom; Vision of youth for India; Mathematical Modelling of Physical and Engineering Problems etc in the present context.
Youth constitute a major chunk of the population in our country. So it is important to recognize and facilitate their lateral learning. In this context that Prof M S Swaminathan took the lead in setting up the IYSC for exchange of ideas. This annual event has completed nine editions in different parts of the country with several hundred students participating in each edition. In 2018, the 9th edition of the IYSC was held in Career Point University, Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh.
Young students and researchers are invited to submit their solutions using science and technology for this conference by November 15, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student accommodation for the conference will be provided by the organizers. Details of IYSC can be obtained from the websites of the organizing institutes www.itm.edu, www.mssrf.org and www.srmuniv.ac.in and on the Facebook Event page of the 10th Indian Youth Science Congress.
M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) established in 1988 is a not-for-profit trust. MSSRF was envisioned and founded by Professor M S Swaminathan, agriculture scientist with proceeds from the First World Food Prize that he received in 1987.