STUDENT INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2020
RESULT OF STUDENT INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2020
To foster innovative thinking among students Smartcircuits Innovation in partnership with Young Scientists Journal conducts Innovation Challenge 2020. The students will be asked to present an out of the box idea on a given problem statement, that can change the world.
Johnson Space Center, NASA, USA
Troy D. Cline
Director, NASA STEM Innovation Lab
Chairman, Dikshant Group of Schools
Dr. Paramjit Singh
Principal, Army Public School
Innovation Challenge 2020 Themes
Submit an innovative idea/experiment which you want to launch it in to stratosphere (up to an altitude of 50 km in Stratosphere) using High Altitude Balloon Satellite. Make sure to explain the idea with technical details.
COVID-19 Solution (Social Distancing)
Submit/Suggest an idea to make a device related to Social distancing and more which will protect people from COVID-19.
Submit any new innovative Idea related to social innovation, engineering, technology or anything.
Thanks for submitting your innovative ideas and innovations for Student Innovation Challenge 2020. Thanks to students as well as their schools and parents for their efforts.
We have received a total of 7,826 innovative ideas and currently our team members are reviewing the ideas.The results will be announced on 15th May 2020.
All the participants will get the mail about the result announcement. Please check your email regularly.
Students from Classes 5th-12th are eligible for this Challenge
5th May 2020
Submit Your Innovation
1st Prize : Innovation will be published in Young Scientists Journal (YSJ) + Telescope
2nd Prize : Robotics Kit
3rd Prize : Science Experiment Kit
List of TOP 100 Innovators
Our Partner – Young Scientists Journal (YSJ)