3rd National Earth & Space Summit 2019

Event  Date: Sep 20 – Sep 21, 2019

Program Details

Notre Dame Eco and Space Club is back at it again with its 3rd installment of its annual festival titled 3rd National Earth & Space Summit . Following last year’s edition, the National Earth and Space Summit is back packed with more events and more glamour. The national event is a must attend program for all young space enthusiasts and for those who love mother-earth. So, get ready to indulge in a plethora of competitive events and hit new milestones.

EVENTS:
1. Astronomy Olympiad
2. Earth Olympiad
3. Workshops on Earth and Space
4. Wall Magazine Competition
5. Scrapbook (Earth/Space Related)
6. Eco-Project display
7. Eco and Space Buzz
8. Sci-Fi Story Writing Contest
9. Astronomical Showcase
10. Star Map
11. EarthTalk
12. PowerPoint Presentation

PARTICIPATING CATEGORIES:
1) Junior (Classes 5-7)
2) Secondary (8-10; O levels)
3) Higher Secondary (Classes 11-12; A levels)

ELIGIBILITY:
For Juniors:
1. Wall magazine competition
2. Eco-project
3. Sci-Fi story
4. Scrap Book
5. Earth Olympiad

For Secondary and Higher Secondary:
You can participate in all events.

EVENT DETAILS:

ASTRONOMY OLYMPIAD:
The participating students are to answer a number of comprehensive questions based on Astronomy. The questions will be both in multiple choice format and mathematical problem-solving type.

EARTH OLYMPIAD:
Just like the Astronomy Olympiad, the Earth Olympiad will follow the same rules just based on Earth and environment. The questions will be both in multiple choice format and comprehensive problem-solving type.

SCI-FI STORY WRITING
Write the most interesting and relevant short science-fiction story based on Astronomy or Space. It will be an online event and all submissions will be taken via e-mail. No written submissions will be accepted. Top 10 submissions will be selected for publishing in the club’s annual magazine, DURBIN.
Maximum Words: 500

WALL MAGAZINE COMPETITION:
Have you done a wall magazine on Earth or Space before? Why don’t you give it a shot?

Topic: Anything related to Earth or Astronomy.

Team Members: Maximum 3; No institutional boundaries. You can team up with participants from different institutions but in same category.

SCRAPBOOK MAKING COMPETITION:
Get your scissors and creative genius ready for making the most glamorous scrapbook your imagination could fathom. Make the most creative and concise scrapbook for the win.
Topic: An Anything related to Earth or Astronomy.

ECO-PROJECT DISPLAY
Get into a team of three and make a visionary project how you see earth in your perspective or how you could make it a better place. The more relevant the better.
Topic: Anything regarding Earth and environment.
Team Members: Maximum 3; The participants must from same institution.

ECO AND SPACE BUZZ:
Young Quizzers unite for one of the most comprehensive quizzing events, the Eco and Space Buzz. It will be an MCQ based written test with half the questions based on Earth and environment and the rest half from Astronomy. The event will be conducted in two rounds, the preliminaries and the final round. 6-8 teams will qualify for the Final Buzzer Round.
Team members: Can participate individually or in teams of Maximum 3 in one team; No institutional boundaries. You can team up with participants from different institutions but in same category.

ASTRONOMICAL SHOWCASE:
Just like any other project display competitions, make a scientific project on Space and Astronomy.
Topic: Anything related to Space and Astronomy.
Team Members: Maximum 3; No institutional boundaries. You can team up with participants from different institutions but in same category.

STAR MAP:
A sky map will be provided. The participants will have to identify the marked constellations and stars.

EARTH TALK
Its and extempore speech event. Speak for a definite amount of time on the topic you pick randomly from a huge collection related to Earth and Environment.
Time Limit: 2 minutes

POWER POINT PRESENTATION:
Make and deliver a power point presentation from selected topics based on Earth or Astronomy. You will be judged based on both the quality of the slides and the delivery of presentation.
Team members: Must have 2 per team.(MAX)
Details:Maximum Slides-15
Prep time- 1 Minute
Presentation time- 5 minutes
Topics:
1. Light Pollution
2. Wildlife Conservation
3. Nuclear Power: Boon or Bane
4. Loss of Biodiversity in the Mangroves
5. Stellar evolution
6. The Mars Viking Program

Earth and Astronomy Workshops:
Two workshops, one on Earth and the other on Space will be conducted each on the two days of the fest respectively by prominent instructors and mentors.

SCHEDULE:
Day-1: 20th September.
8.00-9.30 AM- Confirmation and Registration for Eco-Project Display/Astronomical Showcase/ Wall magazine/Scrap book and other events.
9:30 AM- Opening ceremony
10:00 AM- Earth Olympiad
11.00 AM- ECO&SPACEBUZZ – Primary Selection Round
11:30AM- Workshop on Earth and Environment
1.00-2.30 PM- Prayer and Lunch Break
2:30 PM- Star Map
3.00 PM- Power Point Presentation
Day-2: 21st September.
8.00-9.00AM- Confirmation of Registration.
9 .00 AM- Astronomy Olympiad
10.00 AM- Earth Talk
11:30 AM- ECO&SPACEBUZZ Final Round
12.00 PM- Workshop on Astronomy
3.00 PM- Closing Ceremony and Prize Giving.

REGISTRATION FEE and PROCEDURE:
Wall Magazine/ Eco-Project/Astronomical Showcase – 200 BDT Per team member (Will be provided lunch and be able to participate in other events for free!)
Other Events- 100 BDT
The students will have to register via respective Campus Coordinators and acquire Tokens, Event Book and Participants Card. Otherwise, there will be registration booths inside the campus and the participants are to register within the aforementioned time.

*Registration links and criteria will be updated soon.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT:
A.K.M Mohitul Hassan – 01840545069
https://www.facebook.com/mohit.hasan.33
Mohammad Fasiul Abedin Khan- 01932486948
https://www.facebook.com/fasiulabedinkhan

OUR EMAIL:
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