Competitive Categories

Competitive Categories 1396-7-17 12:42:54 +03:30

Creative Scientific Activity: each individual or student group can nominate their best and most creative activity in this category.

Activities related to the below topics have a special privilege:

1- Collaboration between students and university professors

2- Academic ethics

3- Environment

4- International scientific interactions

5- Deprived areas and poverty alleviation

Scientific competition: Reporting a creative student scientific competition in which students have had the highest participation will be admitted to this competitive category. 

Research: All research projects are nominated in this competitive category. The specific terms and conditions for this category are as follows:

1- Each submitted research projects must necessarily have an employer and the related documents (research contract, etc) must be enclosed. The project must also be completed and have the certificate of approval from the employer.

2- The submitted research project must not only be conducted by students, but also be confirmed by the related reports and publications.

3- In case the research project is conducted by an association, the name of the association must be mentioned in the documents related to the submitted project.

4- Alongside posters and videos, a related approval document (a picture of the research paper in the publishing journal, the related contract, or the certificate of approval from the employer, etc) must be uploaded. These documents may be in any language.

Cyberspace: Student activities published in cyberspace (on pages and websites, applications, software, social networks, etc) can be nominated in this competitive category. The specific terms and conditions for this category are as follows:

1- The activities must necessarily involve student-related and scientific content.

2- The activities which are most welcomed by users and audiences and take place constantly have priority and special privileges. 

Invention: Students’ patent certificates go to this competitive category. The specific terms and conditions for this category are as follows:

1- Inventions must be patented and have the relevant certificates.

2- Inventions must be the result of student work and the names of all contributors must be mentioned in the patent certificate.

3- In case the invention is invented by an association, the name of the association must be mentioned in the patent certificate.

Entrepreneurship: student activities leading to employment are nominated in this competitive category. The specific terms and conditions for this category are as follows:

1- The entrepreneurship must be the result of student work and the relevant evidence must be mentioned in the poster or video. 

New idea, new world (the special award of the international section): students can submit their ideas to this competitive category. The best idea will win the special award of the international section. The specific terms and conditions for this category are as follows:

1- The submitted idea must be relevant to the current challenges of the student’s field of study.

2- The submitted idea must be practical and have an international scope.

3- Poster or video submission for this category is optional and it may be in any language.