30 students for US fair

_VJ12OMNGOLE4Y___V_2198134eUnion Minister of State for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences Y S Chowdary said  that children should not to be lost in internet usage as lots of information could only be a burden while systematically gained knowledge would give strength.  He was speaking at a special ceremony held at the Indo-US Science & Technology Forum (IUSSTF) in New Delhi last night. As many as 30 students were felicitated to represent India as Team India at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) to be held from 10-15 May, in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Young innovators would participate at Intel ISEF this year; 17 of them would compete against 1,700 finalists from over 70 countries, regions and territories, at the world’s largest pre-college science competition. And 13 students will participate as observers at this event. Seventeen young innovators will compete with teams from across the world. Team India will showcase 12 cutting edge ideas to compete for USD 4 million in awards, scholarships and honours. The US Ambassador to India Richard Verma, Secretary, Department of Science and Technology, Ashutosh Sharma gave their message.

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