Kota students prove their mettle in Science Olympiads

Once again, Kota students reign supreme at the Olympiads. Two students of Allen Career Institute in Kota have been selected to represent India in the final round of the 27th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) 2016, and another one has made it to the 47th International Physics Olympiad 2016. Two students from Kota, one each from Allen and Resonance PCCP, will also represent India at the 10th International Earth Science Olympiad 2016.

Rajesh Maheshwari, Director of Allen Career Institute, said, “Our students – Lajjaben Patel and Vidushi Varshney – are among the four who will represent India in the final round of IBO.”

The 27th Edition of the Olympiad is being organised by the National University of Education, Hanoi, and supported by Vietnam’s Education and Training Ministry. It will be held from July 17, 2016, to July 24, 2016, in Hanoi and will witness participation of 288 students from 72 countries. 

Apart from Patel and Varshney, two other Allen students have also witnessed success in other Science Olympiads recently. Allen’s classroom student, Divyansh Garg has been selected in the team of five students to represent India at the 47th International Physics Olympiad to be held in Zurich, Switzerland from July 11-17, 2016 which will see teams from around 90 countries competing for the top slot. 

Allen’s Amarjit Vikas Pande and Resonance PCCP student Divyansh Joshi have made it to the 10th International Earth Science 2016. The two are part of the Indian Team of four students who will compete in the third and the final round of the Earth Science Olympiad to be held in Mie, Japan, from August 20-27, 2016.

The International Geological Society conducts this exam in three rounds. 

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