Jamshedpur, Sept. 26: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) organized ICC 2020 (ISRO Cyberspace Competition) which was a national event. Nishtha Chakraborty of Little Flower School (LFS) participated in English Creative Writing contest.
The topic for the contest was ‘Space environment and challenges’. Among 2,04,631 participants from all over the country only top 500 students were selected. Three students from Jamshedpur were part of the top 500 club including Nishtha Chakraborty from Little Flower School, Telco, Annu Kumari from Loyola School, Bistupur and Nisha Kumari from Sri Krishna Public School, Bistupur.
All the three participants will be awarded E-certificate from ISRO. Every year ISRO conducts competition to generate interest among the students regarding space science. This year online forms were filled and contest was held on July 25. The result of which was declared on Friday.
It may be noted that total of four competitions in eight categories for students of class 1 to 12 through online mode was conducted in ICC-2020 in month of July and August.