CBSE honoured 30 exhibits that were ultimately chosen as champions, with each team receiving a monetary prize of Rs. 5,000 and a diploma. 14 teams were recognised in the junior (6-8) and senior (9-11) divisions.
Each exhibit was examined by an expert panel of 12 experts from prestigious institutes. 3169 student teams from across the country have registered to compete. The exhibition, which will be place from February 7 to 9, 2023 at Lotus Valley School in Gurugram, will feature 436 winning teams from regional rounds held at 35 locations across the country and abroad (including one from Qatar). The exhibition reopened after a two-year hiatus following COVID.
These winning exhibits will further be nominated as CBSE entries in the Rashtriya Bal Vaigyaanik Pradarshani to be organised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), and also get a direct entry to participate in the Science exhibition organised by Institute for Research and Innovation in Science (IRIS) National Science Fair.
The National Science Exhibition provides a forum for students to showcase creativity, innovation and inventiveness. It also provides a medium for popularising Science and increasing awareness among stakeholders about the close relationship between Science, Technology, and Society.