"Education" announces the winners of the Young Innovator Competition at the level of the Republic for the academic year 2020/2021

"Education" announces the winners of the Young Innovator Competition at the level of the Republic for the academic year 2020/2021)

Under the patronage of Dr. Tarek Shawky, Minister of Education and Technical Education, the General Union of Students of the Republic Schools concluded the activities of the top liquidation of the “Little Innovator” competition for all stages at the level of the Republic for the academic year 2020/2021, which was held in a video conference under the slogan “Student Unions and Digital Transformation”.
Ahmed Musa, the general leader of the Union of School Students, said that the final qualifiers for the competition included selecting the young innovator for all stages at the level of the Republic, as well as many programs and projects, and evaluation was done for all stages "elementary, preparatory and secondary", where the maximal filtering was carried out for each stage separately at the level of Educational directorates.
He added that the competition aims to discover and encourage scientific talents, develop students' invention and innovation capabilities, develop problem-solving and analysis skills using the scientific method, stimulate creative and critical thinking skills, and prepare a generation of researchers and scientists in various scientific fields capable of competing in light of digital transformation.
He explained that the final qualifiers for the competition took place for all stages at the level of the Republic according to several criteria: the idea of ​​​​the work and its presentation, the possibility of application and the extent of innovation in the work presented, the materials used, the final product of innovation, and students’ understanding and application of the principles and objectives of student unions.
He added that the winning projects included projects (seawater desalination, a device for generating electric power, a device to assist the blind, a device to assist the physically disabled, electronic temperature measurement, a hand sterilization robot, a multifunctional drug organizer for Corona patients, an electronic shutter and an electronic slide for the train).
The General Pioneer of the Union stressed that the Ministry seeks to develop and support talent, develop and follow it up. Students are the promising future, especially within the framework of the sustainable development plan, because they are the most promising future for achievement and production, noting that participation in that competition is an investment for talented and creative people, and the exchange of experiences and areas in community service and keeping pace with challenges the future.
Moussa announced the result of the competition’s arbitration and that the winners in the primary stage are: (Mustafa Abdel Nasser Lotfy Sayed from Menoufia Governorate in first place, Mohamed Hisham Mahmoud from Cairo in second place, Maram Abdel Rahman Hegazy from Damietta Governorate in third place, Yahya Osama Rashad Ahmed from Sohag in fourth place, Mohamed Ahmed Fekry from Beni Suef ranked fifth).
As for the preparatory stage, it won: (Ayoub Badr Mohamed from Beheira governorate in first place, Kenzi Hassan Ahmed Al-Aref from Luxor in second place, Mohamed Mahmoud Abdel-Nabi Ali from Dakahlia in third place, Nada Ezz El-Din Mahmoud Saleh from New Valley in fourth place, and Mohamed Tarek Mohamed Abdel Ghaffar from Giza in fifth place).
In the secondary stage, Al-Zahraa Hassan Sayed from Aswan Governorate won the first place, Mustafa Osama Saad from Cairo Governorate won the second place, and Mohamed Adel Mohamed from Suez Governorate won the third place, Ali Mohamed Ali, Qalyubia Governorate, won the fourth place, and Mazen won the third place. Al-Saeed Abdel-Maqsoud, Dakahlia Governorate, ranked fifth.
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