QS I-GAUGE, the Indian agency of, London based hosted PACT2030, which stands for Pledge, Act, Change, Transform – 2030; is a social enterprise which has been constituted to empower academic institutions to think beyond their boundaries and care for the world.
As the name suggests, PACT2030 has a long-term vision and is a scalable model on global platforms.
QS which comes out with coveted world university rankings every year, was the core behind the conclave every year which was co-hosted by academic institutions.
30 Finalist from different Institutions was selected for presenting their projects and ideas which are unique and have a direct impact on the community in which the student lives.
Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra, Co – founder of the Shobhit University of engineering and technology was among the 20 jury members of PACT2030 Award.
Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra is Chancellor of Shobhit University, he is a prominent social entrepreneur based in New Delhi. Kunwar Shekhar have been been awarded several honorary positions and awards including Lions International Award for Selfless Service to Humanity.
Shobhit University believes in strategic growth as envisaged in mission and vision, to impart quality education through vertical and horizontal integration.
Jury member Kunwar during the live event said “First of all thank you team for inviting me here, this was really inspiring. I can see passion is there and potential is there. Now with all these problems, students were talking about solutions. Atul mentioned they have to learn to shove their dreams loud and today thanks to this platform we heard them loudly. We will like to support them and I am happy that all the colleagues over here are more than willing to support them. So we are here to turn your potential into reality. We are here to support you. Congratulations everybody, just remember to dream then only your dreams will come true. God bless you, thank you.”
Now talking about the winners selected by Eminent jury members are –
The first Winner is –
Deepanshu, of class 12 from Ahlcon public School New Delhi. His idea was to make Paper Maker Bucket.
While second winner is Aliya Gupta from Haryana whose project was about share, Learn and Grow.
Finally the third winner is Meghana Rella from Bangalore who gave the brilliant idea about The DIY cloth Pad Kit.
The jury member selected 3 students and their ideas will get an opportunity to have funding of up to Rs 1 Lakh per project.