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Two students from Delhi Public School (DPS) Udaipur, namely Kavin Sukhadia and Pranav Ladiya, studying in the 9th grade, have been selected for the Eureka Junior Program organized by IIT Bombay. This program aims to promote technology and innovative ideas among students from grades 6 to 12.
Approximately 20,000 students from across the country participated in the program, and out of them, 50 were selected to attend a 5-day boot camp at IIT Bombay. In the final round, 23 students presented their projects and ideas in front of specialists at IIT Bombay.
Kavin Sukhadia and Pranav Ladiya, along with their project partner Parth Chhabra, underwent a five-day training camp at IIT Bombay in December. Subsequently, on February 4th, they presented their Smart Irrigation Project at the E-Summit organized by IIT Bombay.
Mr. Govind Agarwal, the Vice Chairman of the school, mentioned that the students' accomplishment is commendable. The school principal, Mr. Sanjay Narwariya, and vice-principal, Mr. Rajesh Dhabai, congratulated the students' parents and encouraged the students to continue excelling in new dimensions.