A unique innovation challenge
The top two prizes were won by Riya Kataria of The Shri Ram School, Moulsari, Gurgaon and Ravinder Bishnoi of Kendriya Vidyalaya, AFS, Jaisalmer for their innovations on saving crops using sound technology and purification of air, respectively. Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls’ School, Jaipur won the Innovative Campus award. Many of the participants and schools benefitted from innovation and design thinking workshops conducted by JKLU over the last year.
“The idea of challenging young brains to come up with a solution for problems surrounding us, and motivating them to be innovative and unique serves a great purpose in education. JKLU Innovation Challenge is a wonderful way to ignite young minds.” said Dr Toolika Gupta, Jury member, and Director, Indian Institute of Crafts & design, Jaipur.
Another Jury member Dr. Dheeraj Sanghi, Director, Punjab Engineering College and former Director of LNMIT Jaipur said, “I am happy to see that a large number of students even at the school level are looking at problems around them and coming up with innovative solutions to those problems.”
The JKLU Innovation Challenge