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Mexus Education organizes iKen scientifica competition

The theme of the iKen Scientifica’s competition was to depict and to design the ‘Natural Disasters’ and ‘Damage Control’ out of bricks.

August 21, 2013 2:30 IST | India Infoline News Service
Recently, Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd in association with ‘World GreenMech Contest’ conducted the international round of iKen Scientifica Competition at National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei in Taiwan. iKen Scientifica competition conducted by Mexus is a global competition for classes four to nine designed to promote hands-on learning, technology and design by introducing children to a wide array of concepts. 480 students from the countries like China, Taiwan, India, Korea, Japan, Hongkong, Malaysia and Russia took part in this annual competition.

A team of four students, Arunim Kumar, Chirag Rakesh, Atharva Parag Bet, Tejas Aniruddha Joshi from Swaminarayan Gurukul, Chala, Vapi represented India in this competition and won special recognition for their project.
 
They were selected by Mexus for their best performance in the Junior High level of the competition held in India. Junior High level is segregated into three levels: Elementary School, Junior High and Senior High.
 
About this competition, Anil Goyal, Director of Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd. said, “Our goal behind this competition is to provide worldwide platform to Indian students where their skills are challenged by diverse group of students.” He further added, “Mexus is committed to break the barriers between theoretical and practical science by bringing concepts to life through experiential learning. This competition is the extension of Mexus’s very same commitment.”
 
This year, the theme of the iKen Scientifica’s competition was to depict and to design the ‘Natural Disasters’ and ‘Damage Control’ out of bricks. In this competition, the Indian team created a contraption based on Earthquake Disaster Prevention and Power Shortage.

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