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Junior Einstein Competition by Orchids encourages budding student scientists

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Chennai: Orchids The International School, a leading K12 school chain, recently organized the Junior Einstein Competition, aimed at promoting application-based learning and encouraging budding scientists across the branches. Approximately 200 teams took part, each of which consisted of 2 to 5 members, representing all branches throughout India.

The Junior Einstein Competition was conducted in three rounds, each level comprising a set of challenges and guidelines. In level 1, the students were asked to present a working model of their choice, while in level 2, they were required to redesign their models based on the modifications given. The final round, level 3, saw the jury giving problems to the students that they had to solve via their working models.

The competition was well structured and designed to align with the Orchids STEAM education and its application-based curriculum which includes robotics, DIY, science, and math. The result of the competition was phenomenal, with students displaying their creativity and innovative thinking skills.

 The competition proved to be an apt platform for young minds to showcase their talent and passion for science and technology.Portable solar water Desalinator model from Nigdi branch, Pune  and  Weed Cutters Model from Aurangabad, Maharashtra emerged as winners and runners of the competition.

Commenting on the event, Jimmy Ahuja, the Academics Implementation Head of Orchids The International School said, “We are extremely proud of the success of the Junior Einstein Competition. The competition was designed to promote application-based learning and encourage the budding scientists in our school. We are delighted to see the level of creativity and innovation displayed by our students and it was amazing to witness the enthusiasm and passion for science and technology in these young minds. We realized that the competition has not only encouraged the students but also inspired them to think beyond the textbooks and explore their potential in the field of science and technology.”

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