Achievements & Accolades

2022 - 2023

A Tremendous Achievement in the Field of Mental Health by Anagha Sampathkumar

Anagha Sampathkumar of Grade 10 won the fourth grand prize in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Category of the REGENERON ISEF, 2022. She worked on a project called, "UDĀN: Unobtrusive Sentiment Alert Tool using Natural Language Processing”. "UDĀN is a web application that enables its users to track their mental health status based on their social media consumption patterns. UDĀN is designed to detect depressive sentiment in a person up to three months before the initial clinical report. NPS Indiranagar congratulates Anagha with pride and joy for her brilliant work in the field of technology and mental health.

Achievements of Akshat Sureka

Akshat Sureka of grade 8 is an ace chess champion, who has several glorious achievements to his credit. Having participated in All India Open FIDE Rating Rapid Chess Tournament, 4th Bangalore Open FIDE Rating Tournament, All India Open FIDE Rating Blitz Chess tournament and 7th ICA Below 1700 FIDE Rating Tournament at GEAR Innovative International School, between 9th April and 17th April, he won many prizes!

Akshat got the 5th prize in below 1400 rating category in the Rapid event with a cash prize of Rs.6000, 1st prize below 1200 rating category in the Blitz event with a cash prize of Rs.5000, 5th prize in Under-14 Boys category in the classical event with a trophy.

That was superb performance at chess!

Siddhant wins bronze medal at the Asia Pacific Informatics Olympiad

Siddhant Attavar, a Grade 12 student of National Public School Indiranagar, recently won a bronze medal representing India at the Asia Pacific Informatics Olympiad (APIO) hosted online by Egypt in May 2022. More than 700 students from 35 nations were selected to represent their countries at the competition. He was placed 2nd amongst 60 students from all over India who were selected to participate in APIO after clearing the INOI (Indian National Olympiad of Informatics) exam. It consisted of 3 challenging algorithmic problems to be solved in 5 hours.

Congratulations Siddhant!