Frequently Asked Questions
• A dedicated Event coordinator shall be assigned from the organizer after the
receipt of Enrollment form & Payment. This event coordinator will work with
the SPOC of the school for the event and will coordinate the two online
classes, and will guide the SPOC with all the necessary briefing leading to the
One day Event.
• The event coordinator shall be responsible for scheduling of online classes,
issuance of ID cards for the event for attendees, Certificates for Children post
launch, and Safety briefings, etc.
• Apart from ensuring that children understand rocketry and space, attending
this event has multiple other benefits for school.
• Enrollment into National Rocketry & Astronomy Club (Free Enrollment worth
Rs. 25000) applicable to schools where more than 25 children participate
• Subsidized astronomy program for school (Program worth Rs. 1.25 Lakh)
applicable to schools with more than 50 children participating
• Subsidized Advanced Rocketry program for Children to be conducted in the
month of January in collaboration with schools across the globe. (Propulsive
Landing model Rocket) Applicable to all schools participating.
• The online classes shall begin from 15 Oct 2022. The classes will be conducted
from 9 AM to 7 PM based on the conveniene of school. The batches will be
based on grades. Grades 8, 9 and 10 will be in one batch and Grades 11 and
12 will be in another batch.
• There are two ways of joining the classes: (1) The school assembles the
students in a classroom and joins the virtual link from the school itself. This is
recommended as a teacher may also join and help the students with any
query. (2) The student can join the link for a session from home using parent’s
mobile phone. This is recommended to school with less than 15 enrollments
and for schools who don’t want to spare their resources and teacher. The
student to teacher ratio for online classes shall be 1:50. Students from other
schools also may join the same link.
• The final launch site requires a lot of preparation, safety measures and
permission from local authorities. We have identified multiple sites at each
district and the operation team is working on the best site. The final date and
location shall be communicated to the school/student by 20 Oct 2022.
• The launch date may be preponed or postponed by 2 or 3 days based on
weather, wind conditions, local authorities request/approvals, basically the
factors out of our control. However, with weather being favourable, we shall
strive to meet the decided schedule.
• The 100 children shall be divided into groups of 10. Each group shall assemble
one Class C rocket under the supervision of rocketry instructor. Apart from this,
the entire class of 100 will also assemble a Class F 4 ft big rocket. In total, 11
live rockets shall be assembled by 100 children. The instructor ratio at the
launch site shall be 1: 20.
• Yes, we will strive to ensure all the rockets leave for space. However model
rocketry draws parallel from live rocketry as the core principle remains same,
there may be failures as well, which will again be analysed and explained to
• As you can see in the description given and
make out, these are very low powered
rockets and are safe. No heavy explosive
above permissible limits are used in the
process. It’s the responsibility of the
organizer to inform the local authority for
any required permission. It shall be
obtained. All safety measures shall be in
place. The organisers are well experienced
and have conducted more than 10000 plus
small and big events across the country.