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Ideathon Result Announcement

Congratulations to the Top Performers of IDEATHON

As part of the Track-1 (extended public & expert consultations) process of the new Science Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) formulation, the Science Policy Forum jointly with the STIP Secretariat and Gubbi Labs successfully conducted an Ideathon on the theme Vision 2040. We received a large number of entries, from all over India of a diverse age group, as young as 8 year old children to as old as a 73 year’s senior citizen. The participants were from varied academic backgrounds as well, and included school and college students, academicians and teachers, scientists, researchers and Ph.D scholars from 23 states and 2 Union Territories.  

Top 10 Performers

Category: Individual 

Arunita Banerjee- Nadia

Boologanathan- Pondicherry

Harshita Agarwal- Delhi

Maharnab Naha- Kolkata

Nikhilesh– Navi Mumbai

Rithik Reddy Palla- Hyderabad

Tanishq Goyal- Greater Noida

Vedang Bhole- Nashik

Category: Group

Ankita Venkatesh, Chondamma Bollachettira Vijaya and Shweta Shrotri- Bengaluru, Pune

Arundhati Dixit & Animesh Singh- New Delhi

The Science Policy Forum congratulates all the winners and participants for their active and successful participation in the New Science Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) formulation process. We are pleased to let you know that the ideas collected from the track 1 process have been collated and submitted to the STIP Secretariat to be incorporated into the draft policy.

 We hope the experience has been enriching, exciting and fulfilling!

Please Note:

  1. The names of winners are arranged in alphabetical order and does not indicate any ranking or preference.
  2. All participants will receive participation certificates via email in the coming week
  3. Top 50 entries would receive a certificate of merit via email and their names would be mentioned in the Policy Process Framework Document that would be officially released by the STIP Secretariat.
  4. The top 10 performers would receive their certificate via email and would be contacted by the DST-Centre for Policy Research (CPR), IISc for their complete postal address to (ship the prize). Group entries would receive a request for Bank Account details so that the prize money could be transferred.