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Three projects of six students of DPS Bokaro qualify for NCSC-CRC National Final

Bokaro: The students of Delhi Public School (DPS) Bokaro excelled in 31st National Children’s Science Congress (NCSC) and the 26th Child Rights Congress (CRC).


Three teams from the school armed with curiosity and creativity, not only conquered the state-level arena held in Pundag, Ranchi but also secured their well-deserved spots on the national stage. Nearly 200 young minds from 14 Jharkhand districts participated in the competition .

In the NCSC Senior category, Sarvagya Singh (Class 10) and Rishit Shandilya (Class 9) emerged  luminaries, presenting a groundbreaking model designed to detect and address the health issues of cattle.

Additionally cattle owners can also connect with veterinarians through the revolutionary “Nandini” App, facilitating video conferences for real-time advice and first aid. A scientific solution that bridges the gap between our four-legged friends and modern technology!

The CRC Junior team comprising Ayushi Sharma (Class 7) and Twinkle Sinha (Class 6)  dived into the world of girl power with a biometric system-based sanitary pad box while the environmental warriors of Senior Group Avani Ananya Pandey and Titiksha Singh (Class 8) championed causes like environmental conservation, mitigation, adaptation and threw in a dash of energy literacy for school children.

Dr. A.S. Gangwar,  Principal, beamed with pride as he cheered on these young maestros. He said, “DPS Bokaro isn’t just shaping academic stars; it’s also fostering an ambience for compassionate innovators.”

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