Bhavan's Public School team, represented by Adithya Ajith Pillai and Ayan Mohamed Najeeb secured first position in the senior category of the Qatar Children's Science Congress (QCSC) conducted by Science India Forum (SIF), Qatar, under the patronage of Indian embassy.
The theme of the project was 'Understanding Ecosystem for health and wellbeing.' Arunkumar Sampathu and the teachers of the science department guided the young researchers to this achievement. A total of 164 teams from 19 schools participated in QCSC - 2022 Contest and underwent three rounds of evaluation. The project evaluations were conducted by a team of scientists, professionals and technocrats. A total of 49 teams were shortlisted for the third round of the competition.
The winners from Bhavan's are also chosen for the National Children's Science Congress in India, to display their project to represent Indian schools from Qatar. The principal, teachers and management have congratulated the winners.
Adithya Ajith Pillai
Ayan Mohamed Najeeb