New Delhi: May 10: –
In the ‘Atal Tinkering Innovation’ held under the NITI’s Atal Innovation Mission, the best 30 student research institutes were selected. Maharashtra has been selected for this, two of Pune and one each in Kolhapur and Nagpur have been selected from Maharashtra alone.
In order to promote innovative research in students and to create innovative research from them, the ‘Atal Tinkering Innovation’ competition was organized six months ago under the NITI’s Atal Innovation Mission. Rajeev Kumar will soon announce the awards for the research done by Niti Commission’s Vice President Rajiv Kumar.
Maharashtra has the highest number of four selected schools in the state
In this competition, 4 research has been selected from Maharashtra. Two out of four research centers in the state are from Pune and the same school. The students of Janprrabhini Navinagar School, Nigdi, Pune, were selected two different disciplines prepared on ‘Water Management’ and ‘Health’. The students of this school, Malhar Limbekar, Varun Kolhatkar and Tanmay Walchekar have done research on ‘water management’ and Arundhati Jadhav has been guided by the punishment. Shravani Limaye, Jai Aherkar and Shreya Gaikwad have done research on ‘Health’ and Yogini Kulkarni has guided them.
Research on ‘water management’ has been selected by the students of Shivraj Vidyalaya and Junior College of Murgud in Kagal taluka of Kolhapur district. Pruthmesh Uday Shete of this school, Anuja Anand Patil and Mubna Sinkar Shiklagar did research and Uday Shete has guided the teachers.
Research has been selected for ‘clean energy’ prepared by students of Sommalwar High School and Junior College, Ramdaspeeth, Nagpur. The school’s Ananad Ajne, Vallabh Kavare and Anurag Aparajit did the research and the school teacher LR Pande guided them.
That’s why 30 selected selections
Research work was done by school students on 6 issues related to Clean Energy, Water Resources, Waste Management, Health, Agriculture Technology and Smart Mobility in the ‘Atal Tinkering Innovation’ competition. Over 650 research were sent from this country, 100 of them were selected. The students were given time to make the necessary corrections and effective work done for 100 selected research. Again, 100 competitions were organized in the competition and finally, the experts from the industry and education sector of the country chose 30 research scholars. Five research institutes have been selected in each of the six subjects for the competition.
After Maharashtra, three schools in Delhi and two from Uttar Pradesh have been selected for the competition.