Army Goodwill School wins double Gold Medal for innovations on Republic Day

Srinagar: In a testament to the creative prowess and excellence of its students, Army Goodwill School, Wuzur being run by Indian Army announced that, two innovative projects “IoT based Home Automation System” and “Automatic Irrigation System” developed by five talented students have been awarded with Gold Medal at the national level innovation competition. Out of the 50 innovations shortlisted from schools across the nation, Army Goodwill School, Wuzur stands out as the sole institution to bag gold medals for not one but two ground breaking projects.
The gold medal winning innovations developed by five exceptional students
Master Moin Javid, Uzair Farooq, Basalat Reyaz, Arbaz Hussain and Miss Itoo Barika under the guidance of dynamic teachers, Mr Javid Ahmad and Miss Humaira Rashid showcase the school’s commitment to fostering creativity, critical thinking and innovation. These projects not only reflect the student’s dedication but also underscore the quality of education and mentorship provided at Army Goodwill School, Wuzur.
The Indian Army is immensely proud of the students of Army Goodwill School for achieving this unprecedented milestone. Winning gold medals for both innovations on Republic Day is a testament to the talent, hard work and innovation that thrives within the walls of AGS, Wuzur exclaimed Mr Shakeel Ahmed Khan, principal of Army Goodwill School, Wuzur. This achievement will motivate the youth of Kashmir to excel and strive for higher goals for betterment of the society.

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