Monday, December 11, 2023

Five DBMS students nominated for MANAK

Jamshedpur: Kindling of Scientific temperament and innovation amongst school students has become the catch word at D. B. M. S. English School. The setting up of the Atal Tinkering Lab. in 2017 gave an impetus to innovative thinking and technological creativity.

Students are now able to convert their ideas into prototypes and participate and make presentations at National Level.

Intel and Niti Aayog jointly conducted ‘Make Tomorrow for Innovation Generation Camp’ for which D. B. M. S. Students sent 14 ideas. Five of these ideas made it to the top 50 and were showcased at IRIS National Science Fair in Delhi on 3rd and 4th December, 2018.

Their prototypes ranged from Land Mine – Detector to Temperature Optimiser. The participant students were Samarth Pandey, (Std. VII) Subhigya Priyansh ( Std. VIII), Aditya Khemka (Std. IX), Angad Singh (Std. IX), Ritika Roy (Std. IX) and Tilak Agarwal (Std. IX).

Keeping in alignment with creative and innovative thinking, five students of D. B. M. S. English School were nominated for Inspire Award, MANAK, which stands for Million Minds Augmenting National Aspiration and Knowledge, under the aegis of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India.

Kaustav Malik of Std. IX and Aniket Sarkar of Std. X were selected for the District level competition and also received a cash award of Rs. 10,000/- each. Kaustav’s project on “Finger Print Anti theft Mechanism for Motor Bikes” and Aniket’s project on “Plant Communication Sensor” were geared to making technology user friendly and to bring the benefits of innovation to larger number of people.

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