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An IRIS Victory for DAIS


The Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science (IRIS), is a research – based National Science Fair for students that nurtures the spirit of innovation among school students in India. It has its main focus on original research-based projects. IRIS provides equal opportunity to children from government as well as private schools to come together as part of Team India 2016 and represent India to compete against 70 countries at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF.) This year marked the 10th anniversary of the IRIS National Science Fair. Organized in collaboration with the India International Science Fair (IISF) along with the other DST sponsored science initiatives of INSPIRE and I3, IRIS received over 2900 projects from across the country in 2015. The final round included a total of 151 students from 49 cities, and was assessed by a panel of 30 judges. IRIS 2015 successfully reached over 3 million students and received over 2900 submissions from across the country.

102 students were selected from all over India as finalists

The selected teams from DAIS were :

  1. Aman Ladia, Grade 8 C
    PROJECT: "Pixie Ahorra- A hands free automation for power saving"- Category Engineering

  2. Sachit Goyal and Manav Shah - Grade 9
    PROJECT: “Ultimate Farmer’s tool” - Category Engineering

  3. Aditya Khant- IBDP Grade 12
    PROJECT: Airtouch – An application that enables Touch-Free, Sensor-Independent input for Human- Computer Interaction ‪#‎IamIntel‬

  4. Siddhant Bajaj and Jaiv Doshi
    PROJECT: Artificial Intelligence


ADITYA KHANT WINS DAIS WINS ACCOLADES !

At a ceremony held at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, Intel India announced the finalists of the Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science 2015 (IRIS National Science Fair 2015), which aims to encourage problem-solving, research and systematic approaches through science and technology. 'Team India 2016' comprising of 12 selected projects from India's next-generation innovators, will represent the country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in May 2016 at Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A.

 



Aditya Khant, a student from IBDP Grade 12 has emerged as one of the 12 lucky winners of the IRIS 2015 to represent India at the annual Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in May 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A competing for scholarships and project support.