New Delhi: At ISEF- International Science and Engineering Fair, which was being organized by the Intel Corporation and the Society for Science and Public in Arizona in United States, Six talented students from India have won awards.
The Six students includes the student from Modern School, New Delhi- Shreyas Kapur who bagged ‘Google Thinking Big Award’. Secondly, Suhani Sachin Jain and Divya Kranthi from the Nagpur- based Centre Point School bagged third position in the event. Thirdly, the Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Delhi’s Vasudev Malyan bagged the forth position his present project.
Fourthly, Arvind Krishna who is from the Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai, grabbed the second position in the event for his project. And each of such winners’ school were granted of award of USD 1000 and affiliated fair they represented.
Notably, sixteen students from India were a part of the said event and the said Indian team has won a total of USD 9,500 prize amount. Out of the six awards, the three awards were grand awards and remaining three were special awards. All such sixteen students from India were selected as finalists of the Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science, 2016.