Rajasthan Boy makes Plant that can generate power from waste water, gets award from President

While his friends and classmates were arguing and fighting for marks, the 17-year-old Sovesh Mohapatra was pretty much focussed on knowing more about real-life applications of subject knowledge that he understood in class. When he was just 4 years old, he had done thorough research on power generation.

The mastermind has also developed a project on domestic water power plant for multiple uses. He represented India at the International Young Inventor Project Olympiad organized by the Government of Georgia in 2016.

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He is the student of ALLEN Career Institute Classroom Programme. He has achieved great things in life. He is the National Child Award winner 2016, Best Child Scientist awardee 2015, and also he is 2-Time National Champion In National Children Science Congress.

Sovesh Mohapatra is a child scientist, author, philanthropist and also owner of trenchant wits. He always keeps himself updated and his main aim is to revolve around developing technology-enabled solutions targeted at putting an end to medical ailments amongst human beings.

His significant works include his books that have been published globally named “Love Aglow” and “Between Smiles and Tears”, and “Oh! Chemistry” which made SIP Malaysia regard him as the best poet.

Interestingly, he has also held World Rank 14 in SIP Abacus and BrainGym and is also a 7-time National Champion in SIP Abacus and BrainGym. He has made immense contributions towards NGOs working for several social issues and founded ‘Shozu’, an NPO that works towards helping people during accidents.

Apart from all this, he is passionate about Indian Classical dance form and loves playing the guitar and has a degree in the same fields.

The President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee distributed awards to children for their stellar achievements on the occasion of Children’s day in 2016. Hailing from Rajasthan, Master Sovesh Mohapatra was awarded for his innovation. He earned a silver medal and cash worth Rs. 10,000.