Tauru, Nuh, Haryana: M3M Foundation is supporting to YMRD’s “Team Kaizel” into the uncharted territories of NASA’s Human Exploration Rover Challenge 2024 to be held from 18th-Twentieth April 2024. With the assist of “Team Kaizel”, M3M Foundation in collaboration with native district administrations in chosen districts of India (Panipat, Faridabad, Noida, Gurugram and Nuh) has chosen six college students through organizing science exhibitions. The chosen college students have turn into a part of “Team Kaizel” and can now fly for NASA’s Human Exploration Rover Challenge 2024. This will present them with a novel worldwide publicity alternative. M3M Foundation’s dedication to innovation and keenness for science exploration units the tone for this historic journey.
Completing this marketing campaign, M3M Foundation has chosen Lokesh Kumar, Nuh, Pallavi, Gurugram-Badshahpur, Rohit Pal, Panipat, Arun Kumar, Faridabad, Utkarsh and Om, Noida.
Lokesh Kumar from Tauru was chosen within the science competition organized by M3M Foundation at Sardar Gurmukh Memorial School, Nuh, who will fly for NASA. On this event, Nuh District Education Officer, Paramjeet Chahal was current because the chief visitor, together with Anika Bansal from M3M Group, Kusum Malik, FLN Coordinator, Ram Kishan District Science specialist and Dr. Aishwarya Mahajan, President of M3M Foundation have been current.
M3M Foundation, a corporation dedicated to selling training, healthcare, and ability growth in communities throughout India. The basis is set to nurture expertise with curiosity in science and expertise.
The NASA’s Human Exploration Rover Challenge (HERC) is an annual engineering design competition that challenges college students from around the globe to design, construct, and take a look at human-powered rovers able to traversing difficult terrains and finishing mission-focused duties.
Following their dedication for fostering and selling science training, the M3M Foundation is supporting YMRD’s “Team Kaizel,” (a corporation for supporting younger scientists and researchers). This is the one crew supported by an NGO out of 8 chosen groups from India includes of group of exceptionally proficient college students from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Bihar & Mahatastra. The crew has earned the dignity of representing India on the Human Exploration Rover Challenge (HERC) hosted by NASA from 18th to Twentieth April 2024. This prestigious occasion give attention to emphasizing the design, building, and testing of applied sciences for traversing distinctive environmental terrains.
In conjunction with their assist to “Team Kaizel,” M3M Foundation is collaborating with the district administration to establish and choose college students inside the chosen districts (Panipat, Faridabad, Noida, Gurugram & Nuh) who share a ardour for science and innovation through organizing science exhibitions and STEM engagement one scholar will probably be chosen and will probably be part of Team Kaizel offering them with an unparalleled worldwide publicity alternative.
Dr. Payal Kanodia, Chairperson, and Trustee of M3M Foundation, shared her insights on the mission, stating, “At M3M Foundation, we consider in empowering younger minds to succeed in for the celebs. Gopal Jee’s management exemplifies our dedication to nurturing expertise and fostering science training. The journey of Team Kaizel isn’t just a scientific exploration; it’s a testomony to the boundless potentialities that come up when ardour meets assist. I congratulate and finest needs all the scholars chosen from varied districts.”
Fueled by the dynamic synergy of M3M Foundation, Team Kaizel is just not merely chasing stars; they’re propelling goals into the huge expanse of the universe.
The NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge 2024 isn’t just a competition; it’s a testomony to the collaborative spirit of younger minds and the assist of organizations like M3M Foundation. Join us on this cosmic symphony as YMRD’s Team Kaizel to pioneer the way forward for area exploration.
These are the kids who will fly for NASA
1. Lokesh Kumar, Class X, GSSD Raheri, Tauru, Nuh
2. Pallavi, tenth Class, GGSSS, Badshahpur, Gurugram
3. Arun Kumar, GSSS NIT-1 Tikolna Park, Faridabad
4. Utkarsh, VRSB Inter College, Greater Noida
5. Om, Bhairav Devras Saraswati Vidya Mandir, Noida
6. Rohit Pal, Panipat