AVA- MSTF Media reports:
in order to identifying students’ strengths and talents, fostering them and developing new perspectives in student communities as well as promoting scientific cooperation between educational centers, Noor Student Competition launched its work In early December last year.
The student groups could take part in this challenge, by sending 60- second films of their scientific experiments in all fields of science including physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and astronomy.
One of the distinctive features of the second round of Noor Student Competition compared with previous year, was participating other regional countries such as Schools from Afghanistan and Pakistan in the competition.
In this round, students should have sent their works and science experiments to the Mustafa(pbuh) Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) within 7 months which was ended by 21st of June 2017. In this period, 5110 students in the form of 2194 groups registered and 1193 videos were sent to the Foundation.
The most important selection criteria is based on the creativity and attractiveness of the received science videos. Praising and applauding the 100 top selected works, broadcasting them on a weekly TV program, as well as granting laboratory and science equipment to the selected schools and research centers are among the prizes being awarded.
It is worth noting that the laureates of Noor Student Competition, will be honored for their achievements in the closing ceremony of the event which will be held on September the first, 2017, coinciding with the anniversary of Eid al-Adha, the second most important holly festival in the Muslim calendar.