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Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) is an initiation of Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA), in collaboration with National Council of Education Research and Training, an institution under the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Vigyan Prasar, an autonomous organisation under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. VVM is a National program for educating and popularizing science among school students of VI to XI standards. VVM aims to identify and nurture the bright minds among the student community, who are keen on subjects related to science.

OBJECTIVES OF VIDYARTHI VIGYAN MANTHAN (VVM):

To create interest among students in science.

To educate school children about India’s contributions to the world of science and technology, both traditional and modern.

To provide hands-on training to students through workshops and other events.




To provide the winning students with mentors to enrich science learning experience to carry forward their science education at higher levels.

To conduct an annual talent search exam at the national level to identify students who have a scientific bent of mind.

To organise exposure visits for the winners to various R&D institutions in the country. 

To identify successful students at the State and National levels and felicitate them with prizes and certificates.

SCHOOL-LEVEL EXAM (JUNIOR AND SENIOR):

There will be only one examination of 2 hours at school level with 100 multiple choice questions each weighted for 1 mark. The examination will be conducted for the Junior Group (class VI to VIII) and for the Senior Group (class IX to XI). 

Evaluation of student will be based on their individual performance at every level. The examination will be conducted in English, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu.

Question Paper Pattern for Junior and Senior Level(Class VI to XI)

Total No. of Questions

100

Structure of Questions

Multiple Choice Question [1 Marks Each]

Marks

100

Duration

120 Minutes