Pidilite announces winners of Fevicreate Idea Labs art and craft competition 2024

Hetvi Vaswani and Bhani Gupta topped the 5-8 year group, while Harshita Nopani led the 9-14 year group in the Fevicreate Idea Labs 2024 competition.

Fevicreate Idea Labs Art and Craft Competition 2024Fevicreate Idea Labs Art and Craft Competition 2024

Yutukuri Sai Kiran | June 5, 2024 | 07:13 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Pidilite, through its Fevicreate initiative, proudly announced the winners of the Fevicreate Idea Labs annual art and craft competition 2024. This national event, combining science with art and craft, attracted over 1.3 lakh students from 500+ schools across India, showcasing projects in space exploration, endangered species and conservation, and ocean life.

This year, the art and craft competition of Fevicreate Idea Labs invited 16 finalists to Mumbai for the final round, where they competed live using various art and craft materials, including Fevicreate boxes filled with Pidilite products. Themes included marine life for ages 9–14 years and the solar system for ages 5-8 years.

The top winners received scholarships of Rs 1 lakh, Rs 75,000, and Rs 50,000 for first, second, and third places, respectively. Additional awards included runner-up prizes, trophies, and certificates for schools with high participation, 22 city-level winners, and special hampers for top students from schools with over 200 participants.

Winners in the 5-8 years little scientists' group included Hetvi Vaswani from MPS International, Jaipur, and Bhani Gupta from St. Marks Senior Secondary Public School, Delhi, who both secured first place. Rama Anannya from Sri Chaitanya School, Ameerpet, Hyderabad, won second place, while Devanshi Sehgal from DAV High School, Ambala, took third.

In the 9-14 years young innovators' group, Harshita Nopani from St. Xavier's High School, Bilaspur, claimed first place. Kanithi Swathi from DAV Centenary Public School, Vizag, secured second, and Ifra Siddique from National English School, Kolkata, took third.

Projects were judged on creativity, innovative use of materials, scientific principles, adherence to the theme, and overall presentation. Former ISRO director Mylswamy Annadurai served as the chief jury member, alongside Kashyap Gala, senior vice president of consumer products business at Pidilite.

The final round was aired on Viacom 18 network channels, Nickelodeon, and Sonic, and will be available on Jio Cinemas after June 24.

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