Bharatiya Vigyan Sammelan (BVS) is a flagship program of Vijnana Bharati initiated as a vehicle to reach the masses in the pursuit of popularizing science and technology and to facilitate interactions within common people and scientific fraternity.
2nd VIBHA RASHTRIYA ADHIVESHAN ( VRA) is scheduled to be held at People’s University, Bhopal during 11th and 12th of June, 2016. The four focus areas for deliberations more
We are thrilled to intimate you that Vijnana Bharati(VIBHA) has become the Guinness Book World Record Holder for the successful conduct of the ‘Largest Practical Science Lesson’.
The feat was achieved in the sprawling campus of IIT-Delhi by 2000 students from prestigious schools of Delhi. The participants worked in small teams to complete the experiment as part of the lesson that focused on catalysts more
VIBHA received “Giving Back UBM” most Impactful Project of the year for “India International Science Fair” which was held in IIT New Delhi, during 4th to 8th Dec 2015.
VIBHA received two awards, the ‘Honorable mention Award’ and ‘Popular choice Award’ in a recently held ‘Crowds Climate Conference’ 2015 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.The conference was organized by the Climate CoLab an MIT initiative focused on different aspects of the climate change problem (www.climatecolab.org) more
Vijnana Bharati with AICTE is launching Focus 2016 a Unique Career Building Education Fair. Proposed to be held in Trivandrum on 25 & 26 May, 2016 and Kochi on May 28 & 29, 2016. more
IISF 2015 is being organized with the following objectives:
The events to be held under IISF 2015 are as follows:
Young Scientists’ Conference, the key component of IISF 2015 would focus on presentation of technical papers and posters in the following sub-themes :
Learn in India, (India International Education Council) is an initiative of VIBHA and is conceived in line with our Prime Ministers ambitious “Make in India” proposal to generate more revenue for the country.
The primary focus of Learn in India will be to attract international students to India. It is interesting to note that the world’s first university was based in India, and Nalanda University in the 5th Century CE was home to 10,000 students including students from other countries who reached in droves to partake in India’s elaborate feast of knowledge in as many as 60 subjects.
Centuries later, with 700 Universities, 33000 colleges and 20 million students, India boasts of being the 2 largest education system in the world. With all these achievements India still fails to attract even 2% of the 50 lakh internationally mobile students.
The Learn in India movement will not only see India as a fast growing educational hub globally, but will also raise the benchmark of quality education in India.
With India gearing up to host international students, all institutions will automatically strive to inculcate practices of the highest quality both through their faculty and facilities to match global standards.
This move is also intended to uplift the economy of India.
Along with promoting general undergraduate and PG courses in Arts, Science, Commerce and Technology there will also knowledge sharing in the fields of Ayurveda,Yoga, Astrology and other such exclusive studies, unique to India.
Website: – www.learninindia.org