Students must explore the opportunities in Space Science, Says Calicut VC

Students must take keen interest to acquire appropriate positions in Space Science, Says Dr.K.Mohammad Basheer, Vice Chancellor of Calicut University. VC made tis remark while inaugurating the two day space camp for school students at Sargalaya Craft village, Iringal on 26th Jan 2018.Lot of developments are taking place in space science across the world. These changes must trigger the curiosity among our children. The Space camp was organised by ULCCS in association with Cinderbay Nurture. ULCCS’s UL Foundation is facilitating the programme. Around 10 scientists from ISRO and associated institutions are participating in the camp. 10 students across the state who are attending the cap were selected based on aptitude test conducted earlier. Chairman ULCCS Ltd Sri.Rameshan Paleri presided over the function. Sri.P.J.Bhat, Scientist and Deputy Director, ISAC, ISRO was the chief guest and delivered the keynote address. Sri.E.K.Kutty, Former Scientist and Director ISRO delivered the introductory note.
The camp was organized by ULCCS Foundation and Cindrebay Nurture for 100 selected students. The camp included sessions from renowned scientists of ISRO, Quiz competition, Panel Discussions, Sky watching, Water rocket activity etc.
The camp concluded on 27th January were in the C.K.Rmachandran IAS, Former controller VSSC, ISRO distributed awards to the winners of quiz competition as well as certificates to the participants of the camp.