The ATL Space Challenge 2021 for school students is set to be launched soon by the Atal Innovation Mission and Atal Tinkering Labs (ATL), in collaboration with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The event's virtual launch took place on September 6 and 7, during a two-day online lunar science workshop.
The ATL Space Challenge 2021, which will take place during World Space Week, is being hosted to honour those who have made significant contributions to space research and technology. The challenge's winners will receive valuable prizes and opportunities in the field. If you are interested to participate in this intriguing challenge, you must register by September 30 at the latest.
ATL Space Challenge 2021: Eligibility Criteria
The ATL Space Challenge 2021 is open for students of classes 6 to 12. A maximum of three students and one teacher can be assigned to each team. Individual participation in the event is not permitted. If a team fails to meet the eligibility requirements, their application will be rejected.
ATL Space Challenge 2021: Themes
Each participant will be required to select one problem from the following list of themes:
- Inhabit Space: Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning in Space, 3D Technology, and Healthcare
- Leverage Space: Visualise data, Geospatial technology, and Drone technology.
- Explore Space: Gaming technology, Robotics, and App development.
- Reach Space: Space apps, 3D technologies, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning in Space
ATL Space Challenge 2021: How To Apply
Step 1: Visit the official website https://aimapp2.aim.gov.in/atlspace/
Step 2: Choose one of the themes and submit your entry. Make certain that your entry complies with all of the rules listed on the official website.
Step 3: Finish the submission procedure by clicking the submit button. Take a screenshot of your submission page for future reference.