ISRO Young Scientist Programme Result Published. Check Here
ISRO Young Scientist Programme result has been released at www.isro.gov.in.
ISRO result 2020: The ISRO results for the Yuva Vigyani Karyakram or YUVIKA has been released. The selected list of YUVIKA or ISRO Young Scientist Programme, which is a young scientist programme for class 9 students, organised by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has been published on the official website of the Space Agency. According to an announcement made on the official website of ISRO Young Scientist Programme, the list of selected candidates or results was expcted on March 10, 2020. The ISRO results have been released at www.isro.gov.in.
ISRO result 2020: Direct link
Check YUVIKA or ISRO Young Scientist Programme result from the direct link provided here:
This is the provisional list of selected candidates for the Yuvika 2020 programme.
The final selection list of 113 students (including OCI) will be published after the verification of relevant certificates, the Space Agency said.
"The provisionally selected candidates are requested to upload the pdf copy of 8th Std marks card and other relevant certificates by login in the Yuvika portal in ISRO website www.isro.gov.in from 16th March 2020 onwards," it said.
The link for uploading the certificates will be available in ISRO website from March 16, 2020 (17:00 Hrs) onwards. The last date for uploading the certificates is on March 26, 2020 (18:00 Hrs).
ISRO result 2020: How to check
Follow the steps given here to check the provisional selection list of ISRO Young Scientist Programme:
Step 1: Visit the offiical website, www.isro.gov.in/update/22-jan-2020/young-scientist-programme-2020
Step 2: Click on the Provisional Selection List given on the homepage
Step 3: On next page open, check your ISRO results
The Programme is proposed to conduct the residential programme during May 11-22, 2020, at 4 centres of ISRO. The selected students will be requested to report to any one of the ISRO/DOS centres located at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Shillong and Thiruvananthapuram.
The selected students will be accommodated in ISRO guest houses/hostels. Expenditure towards the travel of student (II AC fare by train from nearest Rly Station to the reporting centre and back), course material, lodging and boarding etc., during the entire course will be borne by ISRO. II AC fare will also be provided to one guardian/parent for drop and pick up of student from the reporting centre.
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