July 30, 2019
Sanskar students win “Concours-2019” National Level Project Competition
Sanskar students won the Special Prize for the ‘Best Presentation’ at the “Concours-2019” National Level Project Competition conducted by Anand-ICE in association with Dainik Bhaskar on 30th July 2019.
Five teams, comprising three students each from Class X, participated in the event. In the First round, out of the total 48 schools that participated, with an approximate strength of 350 students, the top twenty teams were shortlisted for the next round. Three teams from Sanskar reached the finals out of which one team received the Special Prize for ‘Best Presentation’. The team included Lavika Chugh, Ayushi Gupta and Priyal Sihag. The team members named their project ‘Eyetech’ based on the theme ‘Solution for a social problem’ under the category ‘Disability’ and Sub-category ‘Blind people’. The students made a smart walking stick that worked on human touch and the concept of free energy created with the vibrations and sounds produced on striking an object in its path.
The other two teams comprising Purab Gupta, Aradhana Gupta, Vipin Saini, Abhishek Soni, Shreyansh Khandelwal and Trishant Dudi, along with the winning team, received one year subscription for 10 hours of utilization of the equipment present in the Artificial Intelligence Lab created jointly by Anand-ICE and the Government of India. They also get to request for funds for seeing through any innovative idea or project.