KARIMNAGAR: It was a pride moment for the Paramita educational institutions as its student Shubhashree Sahu, a ninth-class student, received the Young Achiever of Telangana award for her innovation in Science from Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan.
At a programme organised in Raj bhavan in Hyderabad on the eve of the Subhakruth Ugadi festival on Monday night, the governor presented the award to Shubhashree Sahu, guide teacher Lalit Mohan Sahu and Paramita schools chairman Dr E Prasada Rao. Incidentally, Shubhashree is the only student from the school segment in the state to receive the award among the 13 young winners.
Shubhashree Sahu, a ninth student from Paramita Heritage School (CBSE) in Karimnagar town designed a science project “Multi-functional Eco-friendly Agro machine” has won several national awards including the winner of the CBSE National Science exhibition and was adjudged as the best project under the theme ‘Environment concern’ among all the participating CBSE schools in the country in New Delhi from February 7 to 9, 2023.
Besides, the model has been further nominated as a CBSE entry in the Rashtriya Bal Vaigyanik Pradarshini (JNNSMEE) to be organised by NCERT in the month of November 2023 and also get a direct entry to participate in the pre-international science fair organised by Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science (IRIS) in December 2023 and Indian Science Congress in January 2024.