ATL Space Challenge 2021 – ISRO and CBSE

14 September 2021 Current Affairs:In collaboration with ISRO and CBSE,  the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) launched ATL Space Challenge 2021. 

Highlights:
♦ The mission has been designed for all mentors, teachers and school students throughout the country who not only are related with schools having ATL labs but for all the non ATL schools as well.
♦ This is to make sure that students of classes 6 to 12 are given an open platform where they can innovate and allow themselves to solve digital age space technology problems.
♦ The 2021 ATL Space Challenge is consistent with the 2021 World Space Week and is held on a global scale from October 4th to 10th to celebrate the contributions of space science and technology.
♦ Non-ATL & ATL school students can submit their entries, whether it is an innovation or a solution of up to 3 members. The team must align with one of the challenge themes where the problem can be identified
♦ Students can create a solution that can be applied and adopted leveraging technologies such as: Explore space, Reach space, Inhabit space, Leverage space
♦ Space challenge applications can be submitted on the AIM online portal. Each team based on their activity and understanding, should choose one problem which falls under any one of the Space Challenge themes.
 

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