October 29, 2015 - October 31, 2015 | Bangalore, India

UL, in partnership with National Council of Science Museums, is organizing the National Safety Science Quiz 2015 (NSSQ 2015) for high school students, starting in August 2015. It is being organized in an effort to ignite young minds for a safer India.
The quiz has been designed to instill greater awareness on the need for safety, especially amongst children, and spread the message of safety education across the country.
The subject of the quiz is “Safety in Everyday Life” and the preliminary round (written) for selection of students will be held at seven centres – Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Guwahati, Ahmadabad and Bangalore. Each participating school can send up to 20 students in Classes 9 to 12. Entries will be restricted to 7,000 students for the preliminary round, which will be conducted on August 23, 2015 (Sunday) from 11 am at all the centres across India. The top four students from each of the seven centers will participate in the subsequent rounds of the quiz at Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum (VITM), Bangalore during the last week of October 2015.

Registration for the written test will be accepted online from June 25 to July 31, 2015.
Visit www.vismuseum.gov.in for registration and more details of NSSQ 2015.

About NCSM
The National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, operates a large network of 25 Science Museums & Centers in the country. The main activity of the council is to communicate the message of science and technology to citizens, at different levels, by using the latest techniques of science and communication.
Visit www.ncsm.gov.in

About VITM
Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM), at Kasturba Road in Bangalore, is the southern headquarters of National Council of Science Museums. VITM is known for its hands-on exhibits and attracts about 1 million visitors every year. The facility houses seven permanent exhibitions on different scientific themes and two attractive exhibits: an interactive model of the Dinosaur and a replica of the Wright Brothers’ Flyer M, along with a simulator. The museum also has Science on Sphere (SOS) and a digital 3D Theatre. VITM reaches out to the masses in Karnataka through a Mobile Exhibition Bus.
Visit www.vismuseum.gov.in

For more information about the event, contact Lakshmi Nair – Corporate Communications – UL India Pvt Limited. T: 080 – 41384400 or visit www.ulnssq.org