Bengaluru teenager all set to put India’s name on global science map
Godika, a class 10th student of National Public School, Koramangala is all set to put Bengaluru on the global science map. He is one of the 30 semi-finalists chosen from more than 6000 entries to the breakthrough junior science challenge.
The competition is sponsored by the founders of Facebook, Google & Khan Academy, with the objective of inspiring creative thinking about science. The competition, which began on September 1, required students aged 13 to 18 to research, create and submit original videos on complex topics in the fields of life sciences, physics or mathematics. The winner gets awarded the prestigious scholarship prize money in a glittering ceremony in Los Angeles, attended by the A-listers of Hollywood and the Silicon Valley.