A regional Brain Bee contest was held by Center of Behavioral and Cognitive Science. An English medium school girl topped the exam. Parents and students were also present there to motivate and encourage the students. This was a neuroscience contest for the students of class 11th. The result of this contest was released. Saumya Chaubey became the winner of the contest. The first runner-up was Supriya Patel and the second runner-up was Rohit Verma.
The winner of this contest will be going to Cochin in April 2018 for the national level competition. The director of the CBCS said that this exam was a test for motivating students to learn about the brain, to capture their imagination and to help them to build their career in Biomedical Brain Research. Thirty two students from 17 different schools participated in this contest. The exam was held in phases i.e. written exam was followed by the oral rounds which consisted of three rounds. Many professors and founders of CBCS encouraged the students to consider brain science as a promising career. They are also organizing many events in near future which will help students in brain storming.
CBCS organized the contest, where the judges were K P Singh, Chhitij Srivastava of the university. The certificates and the awards were given to the students who stood first, second and third in this exam. The results were released on Saturday. The Indian National Bee Champion 2018 will be sent to Berlin, Germany for the International Championship in July 2018. This was a regional exam where the lead was taken by Saumya Chaubey, she also encouraged students to consider science as an important subjects and also encouraged many students to choose science as an important subject. The main motive of this exam is brain storming of many students. The relatives of the participant were also invited to motivate them.