In each category, a team of experts as judges will examine the Abstracts of the Project and scrutinize them and 33 projects will be selected in each level.
The Selected Projects will be presented in the fair and will be finally evaluated the for the award of prizes and awards

Three prizes will be awarded for each level for each category.

The students who stand first in each level will be given

‘Budding Scientist’ Award (Primary Level)
‘Junior Scientist’ Award (Junior Level)
‘Young Scientist’ Award (Senior Level)

After preliminary selection process, only the selected students should submit their detailed Project Report

Projects should follow the scientific method.

Projects should state clearly the contents under the following headings

Selection of the problem
Statement of the Problem
Formulation of Hypothesis
Related Studies
Computation of Data
Testing of Hypothesis
Conclusion of the Study

The data and summary of the projects be displayed on three boards of 3 feet by 2 feet dimension, made of cardboard or thermacoal, attached to each other.

Models and other exhibits are optional – but display boards are compulsory.

A team of experts will FINALLY examine IN PERSON the Projects displayed in the science fair and select the best for the prizes and awards
Abstracts should contain a Synopsis of the Study in about 3-4 pages in A4 sheets typed in New Times Roman – font size 12. A SOFT COPY OF THE ABSTRACT MUST BE EMAILED TO

Students Participation Photos

Difference Between Science Fair and Science Exhibition

by Dr. Qazi Siraj Azher USA

Science Exhibition Project Science Fair Project
Inquiry, question, and problem are not part of this activity A science fair project starts with inquiry, a question or a problem
Part of science syllabus in school Not part of science syllabus in school co-curriculum
Cook-book science experiments from text books Planning and designing an experiment is required