First year REAP (physics) classes on 1st and 2nd September 2018 have been cancelled on account of 'Science in Action' exhibition.
Please check your mailbox on 31st Aug 2018 for assignment.
Bio-REAP class on 11th Aug 2018 is scheduled between 3 pm and 5 pm at Biochemistry Lecture Hall, 1st floor, New Biology building, Indian Institute of Science campus (Tata Institute), Malleshwaram, Bengaluru.
Only the students registered at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium are requested to be positively present by 2.45 pm on 11th August 2018 at the said address. No one will be allowed to the seminar hall after 3 pm.
Land mark :
1. An entrance gate in Mathikere Main road, near Divanara Palya Bus stop
2. An entrance gate in CNR Rao Circle (takes 15 minutes to reach the auditorium by walk)
Registration for Research Education Advancement Programme (REAP) in physics and biology is commencing from 15th July 2018 on first come first served basis. No. of students are restricted to 100. Interested students are requested to register at the office in person.
If all the educational activities be likened to a pyramid – starting from broad-based popular activity and one which progressively becomes more focussed as we go up – REAP sits right at the top vertex. It is the most rigorous of the student activities that nurtures and shapes research-minded youth force.
REAP is a three year programme in physics that is offered concurrently with regular under graduate college education complementing the formal curriculum. The primary objective of this programme is to attract students to pure sciences and prepare them for a career in science. It is actively supported by Indian Institute of Science, Raman Research Institute, International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, TIFR, Bengaluru and Indian Institute of Astrophysics.
Faculty members from these institutes and professors from Universities lecture in this programme to students pursuing B.Sc. or B.E. Courses. Lectures expose students to basic concepts in physics and astronomy with emphasis on problem-solving, experiments and use of computers. Some special lectures introducing them to research areas of current interest are also held. The second year covers advanced topics supplementing the first year basic course. Field trips are organized in January and February to the Vainu Bappu Observatory, Kavalur where students carry out astronomical observations.
In the third year, students work on projects in a research institute under the guidance of scientists there or at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium. The objective of project-oriented learning is to inculcate a research mind set among the students and also to enable them to experience the research atmosphere.
A number of students have immensely benefitted from this programme and are pursuing PhD / post-doctoral research or are already carrying out research as faculty in institutes. Many have chosen teaching as a profession and continue to interact with Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium in all educational programmes.
The first year of REAP begins in the first week of August. Registration opens in July.
The Bio-REAP programme, counterpart of REAP for life sciences, conducted with support from IISc entered the third year of its formalised and structured phase in 2011-12.
The first year of Bio-REAP begins in the first week of August. Registration opens in July