EHF student gets Google Science Fair Award for 2014
The Eduheal Foundation (EHF) is a registered international level NGO.
As educational partners of the Google Science Fair and as a member of Havard-MIT Maths tournament, the EHF is actively engaged in searching talented students in science,mathematics, English, bio technology, arts, computer and sports.
Bringing laurels to the country, Panipat teenager, who had participated in the Eduheal foundation olympiads [EHF], Arsh Shah Dilbagi has got the Google Science Fair Award 2014. He was honoured with the ‘Google Voters Choice Award’ through online voting in San Francisco yesterday for developing a machine “TALK” for helping people with developmental disabilities communicate using only their breath.
Arsh won a spot as one of the Google’s 15 Global Science Fair finalists for his project on helping people with developmental disabilities such as locked in syndrome,Parkinson’s or ALS communicate using only their breath.
Arsh was awarded with the cash prize of $10,000 a Google Chrome notebook, lego mindstorms EV3 kit, Google goody bag, Google tracksuit and a Google wristwatch.
A Class XII student of DAV International School, Thermal Colony, Arsh was first selected among the top 90 regional finalists of the Google Science Fair 2014 for his latest invention TALK An AAC device. This was followed by interview rounds through Google Hangouts. Thereafter, he was selected one of the top 15 global finalists of the Google Science fair.-2014. He was the only student from Asia to be selected for award.
TALK is an augmentative and assistive communication (AAC) device, which helps people with developmental disabilities and speech impairments communicate. It is affordable ultra-portable, super light and increases the speaking rate by the least 300 per cent as compared to the existing AAC device.
Arsh wants to pursue robotics/computer science engineering from the USA or Australia.
Come!,Lets join hands to make India a global force in quality education.
EHF Olympiads have become a craze in the schools and every parent wants their ward to participate in them,not only to win awards, but also to judge them at the national/international level.Every year,through EHF olympiads, we provide a window of opportunity to students to` go global` and win laurels for their country .
Here is what the stakeholders say about EHF olympiads:
Helen Hwang, Strategy & Development Manager, Google, USA says “We would like to partner with EHF to help promote the competition in 2012 and beyond. We definitely would love to see a great number of students from India participating so that we can hopefully crown a regional winner from India who will make it into the finalists event in USA.We are very excited about the prospect of working together to jointly promote science and STEM education for our next generation of scientists!”
Ambarish Datta CEO & MD BSEI [Bombay stock exchange] says”EHF is good at conducting olympiads.We are happy with the BIFO success”
Prof M.Mukhopadhyay :Formerly Head NIEPA,NOS,Delhi;VP,International council of distance education,Norway;Members:Governing council-SSA;Jt council of Vocational Edn;working committee. of planning commission[6th to 11th plan].Presently member CABE[CBSE advisory board] says“we plan to work out CCE training sessions with EHF schools”
Ramamohan Rao:Former press advisor to the Prime Minister says “EHF is doing a great job in nation building.Empanelment with Ministry of HRD is a step towards this”
R.Jamuda,IAS,Fmr Commissioner Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan says“Biotechnology is poised to be an integral part of school curriculum.I wish all the best for the EHF initiative ”
P. Modi (National education awardee) says“There are plethora of Olympiads but EHF Olympiads out-perform in terms of giving benefit to all its stakeholders.Look forward to joining EHF post-retirement to take EHF teacher training & accredation programme to new heights”
V. Gupta (Father of laptop awardee in EHF maths Olympiad) says “My son looks forward to all your exams,be it biotechnology,maths,science,english or computers.What makes eduheal-EHF olympiads different is the emphasis on practical knowledge of the subject.It brings out the best in our son.I love to see the shine in his eyes when he prepares for EHF Olympiad”.
Japleen says “EHF Helped me judge myself at international level. Understanding of subject report gave me an idea of gap potential.Was selected for IIT but ultimately choose between Singapore univ. & Harvard.The EHF certificate really helped during university admissions”
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Yes, all it needs are young scientists interested in project based learning. Projects sent by 15 finalists included research on endangered species; a better understanding of tumours; an algorithm for safer encryption; a green method to clean water; a new kind of magnet and more.
Eduheal Foundation, an international NGO conducting science and maths Olympiads, was one of the Google Science Fair partners who helped make this competition possible by reaching out to the Indian schools in a large way.
McKinsey report has summed up the Go Global initiative of EHF, which has highlighted the need for training camps for budding scientists to participate in international contests, where more than 60 prizes of at least 250 million dollars are up for grabs.
Besides the juniors, classes 6 to 12 students can participate. The registration form, sample paper and other details are available at:
Prizes worth 50 lakhs will be awarded to participating students, teachers and principals by EHF. The details are given at http://www.eduhealfoundation.org/awards.aspx.This will be besides the fabulous prizes given by the GSF, including the `celebrate the school award`.Besides the award, EHF will be conducting the training and mentoring camp for GSF.
o The first camp was conducted on April 26, 2013 at National Science Centre, New Delhi.Out of the 1000 plus entries received from schools across the globe, the top 100 students were invited to present their projects to the panel of judges from IIT, Delhi.
o The judges were Prof. V.K Tripathi, Head, Department of Physics, IIT, Delhi, Prof. S.K. Gupta, Amar S. Gupta Chair Prof., Department of Computer Science, IIT, Delhi, Prof. P. Mishra, Prof., Department of Biotechnology, IIT, Delhi, under guidance of Prof. S.S. Mathur, former head, Department of Energy studies, IIT, Delhi, Advisor EHF and Dr. Sandeep Ahlawat, Prelim judge and Scientific accuracy checker, Google Science Fair.
The last date to register is 1st November 2014.
With latest announcements by Ministry of Human Resource Development with regard to IIT exam, board syllabus taught at +1 and +2 school level has now become even more relevant. This means that the student can now concentrate more on what is being taught in their schools.
NIPO-NATIONAL IIT-PMT OLYMPIAD will enhance the competitive spirit among school students and will encourage greater participation in national level competitive exams. Every child who has interest in science and dreams of qualifying the IIT’s or PMT’s (also known as NEET) in order to study at the best engineering or medical institutions of the country must participate in NIPO
Now into its 2nd year,classes 6 to 12 students can participate in NIPO,to be held on 12th Dec..The registration form, sample paper and other details are available at:
Prizes worth 50 lakhs including high quality IIT-JEE/PMT[NEET] study material will be awarded to participating students,teachers and principals. The details are given at
The last date to register is 1st November 2014.
This is a call for `search for the global whiz kid!`.Lets show the world, India`s got talent by grabbing a bigger share in the international competitions which ,as per McKinsey,is more than $250 million.EHF olympiads serve as stepping stones to these competitions as EHF is the educational partner of GSF-Google Science Fair,BSEI-Bombay Stock Exchange and is a member of the Harvard-MIT maths tournament.
Bombay stock exchange[BSEI] in association with Eduheal Foundation[EHF] is on a look out for the brightest of financial minds from the Indian schools.
Now into its 3rd year,classes 9 to 12 students from all streams can participate.The registration form ,sample paper and other details are available at:
|http://www.eduhealfoundation.org/WorkBooks.aspxPrizes worth 50 lakhs will be awarded to participating students,teachers and principals for promoting financial literacy.
The details are given at http://www.duhealfoundation.org/awards.aspx .
The last date to register is 1st November 2014.
Napolean used works of Art to spread his fame,Darwin and Da-Vinci used their Art background and talent to excel in their fields. To stand out in a highly competitive environment, art gives an advantage so much that maths or science students in Europe and Americas take up Art as a compulsory subject. Also today Art as a profession is extremely satisfying and profitable.
Barring innate talent, learning art is a life long process and we need to start young.
EHF`s Art Clinic Contest [ACC] gives the impetus a child needs with an objective of mentoring a child with the help of India`s best artists through nationwide art clinics. These clinics are also used by students as stepping stones to GOOGLE`s doodle contest held each year, and has seen many Indian winners!
Now into its 4th year,classes 1 to 12th students can participate.The registration form,sample paper and other details are available at:
Prizes worth 50 lakhs will be awarded to participating students,teachers and principals.The details are given at:
The last date to register is 20th September.