Indian Institute of Science brings to you, the 3rd version of the most popular event for kids:Kids Zone 2019.
Kids Zone is a platform for basic school level science experiments (most relevant to 6th std. onwards) demonstrated by IISc students from different departments under one roof. It was one of the most popular events of previous two Open days. It’s a collective effort to intrigue curiosity in young minds.
Last year 15 departments came together with around 50 experiments. Lots of kids in and around Bangalore have visited KZ. Every year it’s getting better and bigger.
We invite kids to visit KZ and enjoy the fun of science.
Given the huge demand for KZ since last two years, for the convenience of students visiting and smooth management of crowd, here are the guidelines that will be followed on the event day for Kids Zone 19.
- There are two categories of experiments
- Junior category: for 4th to 7th std.
- Senior category: for 8th to 12th std.
- Parents/teachers are not allowed inside demonstration area.
- Kids below 9yrs or 4th Std. are not allowed.
- Kids need to collect the numbered coupons (free & mandatory) to enter the Kids Zone, which will be distributed near KZ in two phases, i.e. for morning session at 9:30 to 10 AM and for evening session at 1 to 1:30 PM.
- Coupons will be distributed in first come first service in the afore mentioned timings and there won’t be any preferences for who registered online for Open day.
- There are limited coupons for each session as per the capacity.
- Issued coupons are valid for the prescribed timings only.
- Schedule: a) Morning session – 9:30AM to 1 PM
- b) Lunch break – 1 to 2 PM
- c) Evening session – 2 to 4 PM
A student can visit only one category that he/she belongs to.
Organizers reserve the right to take any decision as applicable, we request visitors & parents to kindly cooperate with the organizing team and abide by the guidelines.Date: 23rd March 2019
Timing: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Venue: near old Aerospace building
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info, visit: https://sites.google.com/view/science-for-rural-india/kids-zone