Stay tuned for the National Challenge, Mega Finale 2023-24 which promises to be an incredible celebration of creativity and scientific prowess as young minds from across the nation showcase their remarkable STEM projects and ideas.
National STEM Program (NSP) is India’s first STEM education platform for Govt. and Govt. aided students from 6th to 10th standards from all over India.
Brillio, in partnership with STEM Learning, has committed to providing a plethora of opportunities and igniting these young minds through healthy competitions to showcase their skills in categories like Tech Quiz, Science & Mathematics Model Competition and Engineering Tinkering.
NSP stimulates curiosity and fosters young minds by strengthening their Math and science skills. It aims to inspire children and provide valuable opportunities by enriching their learning experience.
NSP was launched in 2019, PAN India and is held annually. It is an 8 to 9-month activity involving various stages – Cluster, Zonal and regional-level competitions.
In the run-up to the finale, more than 2,500 students from 20 states are trained in new-age technologies by volunteers from Brillio and STEM Learning.
This Program was featured in the UNESCO report in 2021-22.
National STEM Challenge 2022-23
The Finale of India’s Third National #STEM Challenge for Government and Government-Aided Schools was conducted on Sep 9th, Saturday at Brillio Pune Office.
Its is India’s only national-level STEM challenge designed to engage children from both urban and rural areas and foster their curiosity, innovation, and design thinking skills.
The challenge was open to students from all over India in grades 6-10. Students submitted their ideas to their schools, which then selected the top teams to participate in the zonal/state rounds. The top 50 teams/100+ students from the zonal/state rounds competed in the national finale which was be a live competition.
The finale was a great opportunity for students to showcase their STEM skills, problem-solving abilities, and teamwork skills.
We were excited to see the innovative solutions that the students come up with. We believe that this challenge will help to inspire the next generation of STEM leaders.