DPS-Monarch International School recently hosted the second season of Monarch Tech Fest as Cybertronics – an international virtual competition series and informatics symposium. Its aim was to build a platform to create a cyber-syndicate and to unlock the true potential of young learners across the globe in the field of technology.
The programme got started on May 24 and ended with a grand finale on a virtual platform recently. The event was attended by Hemant Kumar Dwivedi, First Secretary (Culture & Education) at Embassy of India, as chief guest. Hassan Chougule, school president, and Yasir Nainar, vice president, were guests of honour. Meenal Bakshi, school principal, key functionaries, and faculties also attended the event.
Other prominent figures attending the programme were: Quiz Mater Manzoor Moideen, entrepreneur and known toastmaster; and judges – Maria D’Souza Gujar, head of school at Rejoice International School, India; Devyani Kapoor, founder and CEO of Edudevs, India; and Devika Nair, security consultant, Identity & Access Management with Paramount Computer Systems, Qatar.
The principal welcomed all the attendees. Hemant Kumar Dwivedi complimented the efforts of the school. The guests of honour also delivered their notes of appreciation. More than 70 students from over 13 schools from different countries participated in various event categories, which included; Weave-n-Voice (animation), Code Alchemist (coding), E-Innov (website designing), E-Designer (digital designing), Meshmerize (audio remixing), Think Tank (extempore) and Brain Warriors (quiz competition).
Winners of all the categories were announced in the end by the guests of honour, principal, and head mistress. The overall rolling trophy was bagged by the cyber stars of DPS-Modern Indian School. Secondary School Headmistress Madhu Uppal delivered vote of thanks.