Achievements & Accolades

2021 - 2022

Shreya Mahesh wins the Champion Funtrepreneur award for her initiative as a young entrepreneur.

Shreya Mahesh, a student of Class 7, inspired by the online Young Entrepreneurship Program (YEP) conducted last year in Class 6, was the recipient of the Champion Funtrepreneur Award for her initiative as a young entrepreneur conducted by Udhyam Learning Foundation in May 2021.

Shreya chose to find a way to spread a smile and solve the problem of boredom in small kids. The highlight was taking a session for the children (6-10 years) of an orphanage by using her puppet to entertain the kids which included art and craft, riddles, tongue twisters, dance and story time making the session interactive and fun. It surely did put a smile on their faces.

Siddhant Attavar aces HPE Codewars 2021

Siddhant Attavar of Grade 11 recently took part in the virtual coding competition - HPE Codewars 2021 India Edition and won 2nd place out of 2500 participants. In addition to prize money worth ₹25,000, he got the opportunity to run an experiment on a state-of-the-art supercomputer at the International Space Station. Siddhant designed an experiment to compare the speed and efficacy of various hash algorithms, which was run on June 8th, 2021. HPE sent a certificate stating that his experiment was run successfully on the space station.

Aria Vikram and Vishnu Sampathkumar win Global laurels

Aria Vikram of Cass 12 won the third grand award in the Biomedical Engineering category for the project StethoDoc, a smart stethoscope which can screen for lung disorders, at the REGENERON International Science and Engineering Fair 2021(REGENERON ISEF 2021) as well as a Special Award from the United States Agency for International Development for its impact on global health, winning over 3000 dollars.

Vishnu Sampathkumar of class 12 won the fourth grand prize in the Translational Medicine Category of REGENERON ISEF 2021. His project was "ADiag: Graph Theory and Deep Learning Based Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease", which is the first graph neural network based diagnostic model for Alzheimer's disease. ADiag can also make an Alzheimer's disease prediction, 3 years before the onset of the disease.

Another feather in Aria’s cap

Aria Vikram of Class 12 has been chosen as one of the 4 Indians to attend the Research Science Institute (RSI) program by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

RSI is a six week science and engineering summer program held by the Center for Excellence in Education in collaboration with MIT where students are mentored under the tutelage of accomplished scientists and researchers to hone their scientific skills. Aria has won a full scholarship to participate in this program.