Anveshana

Anveshana 2012 to Abstract Books

Click here to view Anveshana 2017 Hyderabad Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2016 NCR-Delhi Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2016 Hyderabad Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2015 Hyderabad Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2014 Hyderabad Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2016 Karnataka Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2015 Karnataka Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2014 Karnataka Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2013 Karnataka Projects Abstract Book

Click here to view Anveshana 2012 Karnataka Projects Abstract Book

100 Times Curious Books

Click here to view Anveshana 100 times curious Book 2017 Hyderabad

Click here to view Anveshana 100 times curious Book 2016 NCR-Delhi

Click here to view Anveshana 100 times curious Book 2016 Bangalore

Click here to view Anveshana 100 times curious Book 2015

Testimonials

Erin

"We are happy for collaborating with Agastya. We know that every child in the world is curious and we have to keep that going throughout your life. They educate the whole child and prepare them for life. There is saying those who teach touch the future. We want the young minds to make the future and shine in this program."

Erin Brennock
Director, Corporate Affairs, Synopsys Inc. USA

Erin

"First of all I am very impressed. Not because of scientific content in them. Science can be learned. But the Youngsters are able to come in an organisation like this and demonstrate something in front of the reasonably large group of people. Youngsters are the future of India. We have to make them better and Agastya is trying to do that."

Dr. V.K. Aatre
Scientist and Former head of DRDO

Erin

"The event “Anveshana” is the first of its kind researched by Agastya. Anveshana itself stands for searching. High School students and engineering students coming together to design a project and show case it to others is the best part of it. It is a wonderful concept and I would like to congratulate Agastya to put this idea into practice so quickly. We would be with you and we are happy to support for ever for this kind of Initiatives."

Mr. G. Kumar Naik (IAS)
Education Secretary Karnataka State Government

Erin

"This is the first time I am seeing the relationship and collaboration between high school and engineering college students. Believe me I have never seen this anywhere in the world or in India. The quality of projects was high and school students were very confident to present and explain what they have learnt in this process is immeasurable. This is the best way to learn and it remains for the long time. I am very impressed to see what you have done. We are happy to support you in future."

Dr. Pradip Dutta
Corporate Vice President & Managing Director
Synopsys (India) software Pvt. Ltd.

Erin

"More advanced is the education system more it ruins the child. At the same time parents start telling the children what is good and what is not and don’t allow them to think themselves. Best part of Agastya is they don’t tell the children what they must do. Instead tell them how to Observe, how to conclude something out of it, how to move forward etc. Young children have ideas but don’t know how to go about it. Engineering students have an advantage they can fabricate things. Bringing them together is a good idea. They can identify problems and come up with solution. I am sure events like Anveshana will introduce that culture and wish you all success."

Dr. V. S. Ramamurthy
Director, NIAS

Erin

"This is a marvellous event. This was an opportunity for me to learn something from this kind of a science fair. In fact we will be very happy in case if Agastya could take up the role of mentoring so that our science exhibitions could be made better. We want to see more innovations in coming years."

Sri. M.N. Baig
Director RMSA

Feedback from HOD's /Lecturers

"Anveshana, as the name suggests, is a highlight event of the Agastya foundation, which is actively involved in inculcating the spirit of inquiry in the young minds. Augmenting the curriculum driven activities, the interested lot are encouraged to take part in annual competitions where innovation is the key parameter. Conducting such periodic brain kindling exercises, Anveshana has successfully enabled involvement of less-privileged school children towards nurturing their inquisitive attitudes with creative select graduates. These interactions certainly facilitate not only the graduates from elite institutions, but also trigger the thinking process of school children towards finding cost-effective solutions for local societal needs. These groups with time could get motivated to become future entrepreneurs, and offer technological answers for many issues around them. Hence, the efforts of Agastya Team and Anveshana coordinators need to be congratulated wholeheartedly for their endeavours."

Dr. H G Nagendra Ph.D.
Professor & Head
Department of Biotechnology
Sir M Visvewsvaraya Institute of Technology
Bangalore 562 157

"Anveshana is really creating awareness, interest and bridge between high school and Engineering students to do something in science. The present need work is appreciable. As per my knowledge, the rural high school had participated in last competition, they still remembering the exposure and interest to do research in biotechnology domain. All scientific community should help Anveshana to mark the goal. I am very happy to attend all the Anveshana programmes to impart research to high school students and it is very much needed in country development. Once again I appreciate Agastya for their great work."

Dr M Govindappa
Assistant Professor & HOD
Department of Bio-Technology
SIET, Sira Road, Tumkur-572 106

"It is really heartening to see that Agastya Foundation, an NGO in Bangalore has taken up a mammoth task of percolating technology to upcoming youths persuading their high school academics, particularly from Kannada medium Government schools.


The hierarchy is such that the original concepts are made to reach the beneficiary through two levels of transfer. This also ensures proper communication flow from a professional through engineering students to the school students.


Here we note two things that students in engineering college are able to pass on their technical inputs to the level which can be easily understood by a high school student.


This is a unique experiment involving three academic levels and with more such competitions the level of a high school student will definitely enrich their knowledge, confidence and be well prepared to face the technical challenges from the initial stage of university level."

Mr. M. J. Sampath Kumar
Lecturer, SJCE, Mysore

Press Coverage 2012 - 2017

Newspaper Published On
Andhra Jyothi 25 Jan 2017
Andhra Jyothi 24 Jan 2017
Enadu 24 Jan 2017
Namasthe Telangana 24 Jan 2017
Sakshi 24 Jan 2017
Kannada Prabha 23 Feb 2013
Samyukta Karnataka 23 Feb 2013
Vijaya Karnataka 23 Feb 2013
Kannada Prabha 22 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Udayavani 22 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Vijaya Karnataka 22 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Vijaya Karnataka 22 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Samyukta Karnataka 22 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Vijayavani 22 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Sanje Vani 21 Feb 2013
Synopsys - Ee Sanje 21 Feb 2013
DNA 11 Feb 2012
The New Indian Express 11 Feb 2012
Sakshi 10 Feb 2012
Andhra Jyothi 9 Feb 2012
Dinamani 9 Feb 2012
Fortune World 9 Feb 2012
Prajavani 9 Feb 2012

Winners Board

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