Designed for students from class 9 to 12, the National Science Safety Quiz (NSSQ), is an initiative that seeks to enlighten students about a simple fact – safety is a scienceRead More
Whether it is Road, Electrical or Fire Safety, the quiz encourages students to understand everyday safety challenges and identify solutions. Here’s how students can registerRead More
Here are the important dates for different stages of the competition:
August 1 – September 15 : Registration Open
August 1 – September 15: Online Quiz Round One & Round Two Open For Registered Participants
October 1: Preliminary Test Results Declared
October 24 – October 28: Zonal Rounds
November 28 – November 30: National Rounds & Safety Parliament To Be Held
Safety is a science, is the theme for the National Safety Science 2017. Nobody thinks of being safe on the road as a science or preventing a fire as science. However, being safe is not about relying on good fortune, as it is actually a science
From personal safety to cyber safety and safety pertaining to things like electricity, vehicles and machines, we present a few themes around which the safety science, which will help you prevent any dangerous situations under any circumstances, is based.
Since its launch in 2014, National Safety Science Quiz (NSSQ) has been growing at a phenomenal pace, adding more students and covering more cities each year. For the second year in a row, UL has partnered with NDTV to widen the reach of this unique endeavour.
In 2016, UL decided to expand the program’s reach to millions of households across the country by partnering with television news channel NDTV. Last year’s Quiz, was themed ‘Safety in Everyday Life’ and garnered massive response with entries from over 15,000 students (from class IX to XI) across 280 schools in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bengaluru.
The lucky winners won an exclusive four-day trip to Underwriters Laboratories at Taiwan where they watched and experienced the magic of safety science unfold at UL’s cutting edge laboratory.
Did you know that safety is also a science? Here are some safety science tips that one should follow in everyday life to prevent accidents and dangerous situations.