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My Achievements

  1. Conducted multiple workshops on LEGO robotics 
  2. Made presentations to kids on the topic ‘Learning from toys’, the first one was at the age of 6 
  3. Participating in Lego robotics competitions since 2018. won the ‘Most inspirational team award’ for First Lego League in 2019 and was ranked one of the top national teams for World Robot olympiad in 2019 
  4. Won the Regional level and National Level championship at the MakeX robotics competition 
  5. Won the top prize for the MakeinGoa competition in 2020 for building a unique robot. 
  6. Won multiple awards at school level chess and at academic olympiads. 
  7. Secured finalists top 5 position at the MIT app Hackathon contest. 
  8. Secured 7th rank at the Annual Bebras Competition in year 2022
  9. As part of eYantraa challenge conducted by IIT Mumbai, i won a prize for my photgrammetry design.
  10. As part of Team Legogoa i have been part of National level winning team at Makex Robotics
  11. Second postion to my team at the International Makex Robotics Championships in Thailand in year 2022
  12. My Team Legogoa Axiom was semi finalist at the National Level First Tech Challenge held in Pune in March 2023
  13. I was captain for the Team India at the FIRST Global Challenge held in Oct 2023 at Singapore and my team won 4 medals 
  14. I was part of the R-Factor team that participated in the FIRST Robotics challenge at Turkey and my team won the Industrial Design award
  15. My app AllergyAlly won the Honorable Mention award at the MIT raise Hackathon


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