Two Uttar Pradesh Students to Witness Chandrayaan 2 Landing Along With PM Modi

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The historic landing of Chandrayaan-2 on the moon will be witness by the winners of the quiz organised by ISRO along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at ISRO control room in Bangalore next month. Two students from government schools in Uttar Pradesh are chosen to witness the historic landing of Chandrayaan-2.

K. Vijay Raghavan Centre’s Principal Scientific Adviser has given a written to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary Anoop Pandey to conduct a quiz for the students.

The winners of the ISRO quiz will witness Chandrayaan-2 landing in September.

Principal Secretary, Aradhana Shukla has instructed officials to circulate the information on WhatsApp groups at schools in the state.

Aradhana Shukla said on the event that, “Children of class 8 to 12 are eligible to participate and it will be a moment of a lifetime. The success of Chandrayaan-2 has been a proud moment for us and our nation. We will shortlist students after they take part in the quiz.”

Shukla has also asked the District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) to hold a meeting with principals and apprise them of the competition and also share the link with them.

In the rural areas, developmental officers, block education officers and Panchayati Raj officers have been roped in to spread awareness about the quiz.

Mukesh Singh, District Inspector of Schools (Lucknow) said that, “Students are very excited to witness the event with the Prime Minister and are preparing for the quiz that will focus on science.”

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