Indian ‘Super 30’ Students won an aeroplane model-making competition
Students from across the globe had participated in the
competition. “There were more than 30 groups from across the globe, each group
comprised of 5 students” said one of the students from the Indian “Super 30”
group. The Indian 5 Super 30 students were selected through ‘solve and win
The “Super 30” became the talking point in Japan. They were
given the certificates after the results were announced.
Details of the Competition:
- It was an aeroplane
- Each group was asked to
prepare a design with paper and make it fly.
- The winner was adjudged on
the basis of a) The Fastest & The Longest to Fly
- The Indian ‘Super 30’ was
able to make everyone note the trajectory of their flying aeroplane.
The winning students personally met the Noble Laureate
Hideki Shirakawa, who won the Noble Prize in Chemistry in 2000. He took them to
his lab and showed various experiments. The Noble Laureate was impressed by the
knowledge of the students.
founder and the Director of ‘Super 30’, Anand Kumar said that “The students
were overwhelmed by their win”. He also said “There are no short cuts to
success, the passion counts and so does the dreaming”.