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Remarkable feat by Little Rock boys

Published On : 11 Jan 2017   |  Reported By : media release


Brahmavar: Two students of Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar Chaitanya and Geeve of Class XII have achieved something incredible. This surely is a proud moment for them as it is for the entire School.

 

They have won the GRAND AWARD from IRIS (Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science) jointly sponsored by Intel South India, The Indo-US Science and Technology Forum, and The Department of Science and Technology of Govt of India.

    

Chaitanya                                                                      Geeve

From among 3 lakh participants who had submitted projects online, 100 were shortlisted. Geeve and Chaitanya were among them and the next level was in Pune where they presented their project named SAMIS which is a Smart Phone Aided Multispectral Imaging System. Their project is one of the 20 selected for the GRAND AWARD. These awardees form TEAM INDIA to go to the international level.

They are entitled to attend the INTEL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR to be held in Los Angeles, California in May 2017. AN INCREDIBLE ACHIEVEMENT INDEED!

Incidentally Geeve had earlier won the Rural IT National Quiz title in 2015.

Principal of the School Mathew C. Ninan has congratulated the duo on their splendid achievement and wished them well in the next level too.

 







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