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Beyond Boundaries: Pragya Rajpurohit’s Quest for Knowledge

Pragya Rajpurohit, a young student from Ajmer, Rajasthan in India, dreams of becoming a “Master of all Trades.” Her impressive achievements have made her a role model for fellow students and teachers alike, showcasing her dedication to excellence.

Driven by her goal to be a specialized generalist and delve into various domains, Pragya’s ambition is truly inspiring. She is fortunate to have a strong support network of family and mentors who help provide her with top-notch learning environments and resources. One of her projects, “Promeck,” aims to assist Parkinson’s disease patients by developing a smart device that enables physicians to offer physiotherapy treatment remotely. Though still in development, Pragya is currently researching network solutions to facilitate long-range connectivity for the device.

Pragya’s long list of accomplishments speaks to her unwavering commitment to excellence. She was chosen among the top 10 from her state for the semifinals organized by Digital India, Intel, and the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India. She also won the ALL INDIA IPSC GIRLS U-17 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT, received the INSPIRE Awards – MANAK, and led her team to a second-place finish in a competition, ranking as the only Indian team in the top 10.

Some of her other achievements include completing a basic web development boot camp, being selected for a MacBook Air Grant, and ranking in the top 200 projects for phase 2 in the CIF 2020 (Children Innovation Festival). In addition, she received two leap motion controllers in support of her Parkinson’s project and participated as a student advisor in research workshops at Vedantu.

Pragya’s hard work and talent have earned her a spot in the semifinals of the YTBC 2021 and 2022 worldwide business challenge for high schoolers, as well as being selected among the top 500 projects from 12,000 applications. She also qualified for the semifinals of Eureka! Junior 2021 and was shortlisted for the SparkUp Boot Camp. Moreover, her acceptance into Microsoft’s Founders Hub is a testament to her potential.

Pragya Rajpurohit’s success demonstrates that hard work and determination can make dreams come true. Her passion for becoming a specialized generalist and exploring all fields serves as an outstanding example for students and educators alike. Pragya is truly an inspiration for anyone looking to achieve their goals and make a meaningful impact on the world.


Dhruv Saidavahttp://dhruv.saidava.com
Dhruv is an educator and traveler working with a goal to reach 1 million students to create changemakers. He started Tinkering India Initiative to reach students across India to create awareness and provide opportunities so like-minded students can create a community to help each other in learning.
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