Sat Paul Mittal School student wins first prize at Online Science Fest

Sat Paul Mittal School student wins first prize at Online Science Fest

December 17, 2020

Namya Joshi, a student of Grade VIII of Sat Paul Mittal School, Ludhiana brought laurels to the school by securing the first position at the Innovation Hub Online Science Fest. She also won a prize money of Rs 5000.

Innovation Hub, Pushpa Gujral Science City in collaboration with Grassroots Innovations Augmentation Network (GIAN) organised the Online Science Fest on November 28, 2020, wherein more than 300 projects were presented by students of various schools.

The event provided a platform for Grade VII to XII students to display their innovative ideas and creations. The fest was intended to encourage a love of science among the youth through enquiry-based learning and to convert their innovative ideas into real life models/ projects and several other creative and skill-enhancing activities.

Namya along Piaa Khurana of Grade IX qualified for the second round. Namya presented an innovative working 3D model, Sustainable World = Better World using Minecraft, which was highly appreciated by the judges. The structure of this model was based on Rubegold Berg machine which comprises simple machines that are not only acting as gear but also performing a specific task for environment conservation.

After her win, Namya said, “This achievement is the tremendous highlight of my academic life”. She feels fortunate that she is a student of a school like Sat Paul Mittal, where the teachers stimulate a student’s brain in the most meaningful way and where the principal supports progressive ideas for her school.

Bhupinder Gogia, Principal, Sat Paul Mittal School, congratulated Namya for this remarkable achievement.

The Satyans – Aryaman Verma of Grade X and Bhavya Bansal of Grade IX also participated in the event.

Also read: Sat Paul Mittal School, Ludhiana

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