TSI – Essay Contest

 

TSI COMPETION-SEP15

Start giving shape to your dreams. Participate in “TSI – Essay Contest” to bring out the scientist in you.

Terms & Conditions:

By submitting the article it is understood that the writer has read & understood the terms and conditions hereunder.

Students can choose to write an essay comprising about 400 to 600 words on either of the topics given below

  • If I were a scientist what would I invent
  • How technology has changed our lives

Send in your entries to editor@thinkscience.in

Please add the following information for future correspondence

  • Name:
  • Class:
  • School Name & Address:
  • e-Mail ID:

Mention “Essay at TSI Sep ’15” in the subject line.

This contest is strictly for the school children studying Std “9 to 12”

Entries received during 15th Sep’15 to 30th Sep’15  will be considered in the competition

Submitted articles should be of writer’s own thoughts and not copied or published earlier in any form of medium

TSI (Think Science India) reserves the right to use the entries received for promotions and commercialisation purpose (Creation of videos, audio books, social media). TSI also reserves the rights to publish these articles at any given point of time in any form of medium (Online, Blog, Print, Magazine, News Paper, etc)

Top entries get to be published in Think Science India.

Three winners will be announced from amongst all the entries received and winners will be awarded cheques for 3K, 2K and 1K

Correspondence with the winners will be made through the mail ID that has been used to send entries

Judges panel:

 

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  • Dr. Yugandhar Reddy.

He has a PhD in Molecular biology from Indian Institute of Science Bengluru & postdoctoral experience from University of Pittsburg, Pittsburgh, USA. Currently serving as a Research Scientist at HUL.

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  • Dr. Pradeep Kumar.

Dr. Kumar joined New Jersey Medical School in 2011. He working on discovering new inhibitors with novel molecular targets in pathway driven approach to drug discovery in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. He is also studying mechanisms behind emergence of of drug resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Prior to joining New Jersey Medical School, he did his postdoctoral training at the the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda,MD. Dr. Kumar made seminal contribution in the area of DNA repair in Mycobacteria and received his PhD from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.

 

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  • Manish Kumar Sharma.

Lead Architect – Software AG

He holds an engineering degree in Information and Telecommunication and MBA from University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Manish Sharma works as the Lead Architect with Software AG, based out of London office he is also the practice lead for process driven SAP implementations across EMEA. He is an Enterprise Architect with focus on Transformation projects- Strategy to Execution. He has been in the industry for 15 years and delivered programs for companies such as RBS, Vodafone, Zurich Financials, Future Group and John Lewis Partnership.

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  • Dr. Sona Sharma

A Medical professional by education, she is the Editor for Think Science India magazine.