The Smartest Young Indian Contest - Results


Are you the one?

As a leader of breakthrough imaging technology that has changed the way students and educationists pursue knowledge, Epson is a firm believer that every child must have the freedom and the confidence to express, initiate and effect a positive change in this world, regardless of age. With The Smartest Young Indian Contest, Epson is proud to encourage and inspire young minds to challenge and express themselves with a sense of free thinking in everything they pursue. Our heartiest congratulations to all of you who have excelled in doing so.

 We found your smart ideas for the environment very novel and doable; your Parent/Guardian’s reply to the contest question ingeniously interesting and insightful; and not to forget, we did take note of your fine puzzle-solving skills. Congratulations to all of you on winning for yourself and for your school exciting prizes, but more than that, for being among the Smartest Young Indians of today.

 

 


First Prize:

Apeksha K Jadhav, Bangalore

(Silicon Valley School) 

    

 


 

Second Prize:

Rajashree Choudhury, Jabalpur

(Christ Church Girls Secondary School)

 

Yash Garg, Delhi

(Rukmani Devi Public School)

 

Saketh, Bangalore

(Sri Kumaran Childrens Home)      

      

Nihali Sharma, Rajkot

(S.N Kansarga School)

    

Avinash Rao, Jabalpur

(MGM H.S. School)      

   

 


 

Third Prize:

Shibajyoti Choudhury, Jabalpur

(Christ Church Boys Secondary School)  

    

Saurav Yadav, Haryana

(Rao Pahlad Singh Senior Secondary School)

        

Kiranmayi.M.R, Bangalore

(Nirmala Rani English Primary School)

            

Surabhi Roy Chowdhury, Ranchi

(Kendriya Vidyalaya)

  

Yashraj Soni, Jaipur

(Childrens Academy  
    

 


 

Fourth Prize:

Tanvi Kohli, Punjab

(Mount Carmel School)

       

Karaj Khosla, Delhi

(CRPF Public School)

     

Amirthesh Prasad, Bangalore

(Sri Chaitanya Techno School)

    

Jigyansu Rout, Bhubaneshwar

(BJEM School)

 

Amit Dwivedi, Bangalore

(Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jalahalli)