Udaipur Students shine in KVPY – 2012
16 Students of Resonance and MDS Sr. Sec. School, Udaipur cleared the First Stage of Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY - 2012 Stage-1). All these students are studying in Class XI and XII.
16 Students of Resonance and MDS Sr. Sec. School, Udaipur cleared the First Stage of Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY – 2012 Stage-1). All these students are studying in Class XI and XII.
From the MDS-Resonance Integrated programme, Arpit Jain, Kavish Bhatija, Kushal Babel, Siddharth Agarwal from Class XI and Ankur Agrawal, Hardik Seth, Ishit Murdia, Kriti Joshi, Mrinal Tak, Roopal Bhatnagar, Sakshi Babel, Sarwar Hussain from Class XII have cleared first Stage.
Apart from these students, two more students from MDS Sr. Sec. School Udaipur, Sujay Gupta & Kartikey Mathur and Kartikey Saini, Vaseem Aehmad, Chinmay Maheshwari, Pallav Jain of Resonance have also cleared Stage-1 & have become eligible for Interview stage.
Arun Shrimali, the Resonance Center Manager informed that the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is an on-going National Program of Fellowships in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and examination is conducted by Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru in two Stages – first of which is a written test followed by Interview.
Students from Class XI & Class XII have been selected for the fellowship which varies from Rs. 4000/- to 7000/- per month along with annual contingency grant of Rs. 16000/- to Rs. 28000/-. The first stage of this examination, the written test was conducted on 4th November, 2012.
As told by Dr. Shailendra Somani, the Director of MDS Sr. Sec. School, “the students of the school have been continuously proving their efficiency at the National Level and International Level and are doing remarkably well. “This is incredible achievement by the students of the school. All XI and XII students are doing a very sincere justice with their academic abilities so far,” said Dr. Shailendra Somani. He further said,” We will be more than happy if we contribute in producing more students who can become even better human beings and serve the Indian society in one way or another”.