Hall of Fame

  • Pranjal Srivastava (Class of 2022)

    Pranjal’s historical, enormously exceptional, and sustained trailblazing achievements year after year have done India,
    his alma mater, and his parents extremely proud.

    Pranjal created history by winning his 3rd Gold at the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) 2022, conducted in

    Pranjal bagged his 2nd Gold at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) 2021 held in St Petersburg, Russia.

    In 2021, Pranjal achieved the rare feat of representing the country and winning medals, in the same year, in the two
    largest Olympiads - IMO 2021 and IOI 2021 (The International Olympiad in Informatics). Pranjal won a bronze medal
    in IOI 2021.

    In 2021, Pranjal set a national record by scoring full marks (200/ 200) at the national level (Indian Olympiad
    in Informatics, INOI).

    Pranjal became the only Indian to represent India at the 16th KPMC (Korea Prime Minister Cup), a famous Go tournament in 2021.

    In 2019 Pranjal in emerged as the youngest Indian ever to win Gold at the International Mathematics Olympiad 2019 in the UK. His medal successfully ended a seven-year
    drought of gold for India. Pranjal also won Gold in APMO 2019 (Asia and Pacific Math Olympiad). He is one of the top 10 in India who has been recognized by APIO 2019.

    In 2018-19, Pranjal, (in Grade 9 then) created history when he bagged the Silver medal and became the youngest Indian ever to win a medal at International
    Mathematics Olympiad held in Romania and the youngest gold or silver medal winner across all the countries at IMO 2018. He was also part of the felicitation function
    hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during which he participated in an interactive session with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Pranjal topped STEMS, the prestigious nationwide contest in Maths, Physics, and Computer Science conducted by Chennai Mathematical Institute in January 2019.

    In 2019, Pranjal participated in the Pradhan Mantri Innovative Learning Programme – “DHRUV’ along with sixty gifted students from the field of science and liberal arts
    across India, under the mentorship of IIT Delhi professors.

Aniruddha Voruganti (Class of 2016)

In 2016, after graduating from NPS- Koramangala, Aniruddha Voruganti secured admission
at the University of Oxford, U.K. to pursue undergraduate studies in medicine. He was one
among the only 6 international students chosen by the University for their UG Medical Programme.

In 2015, Aniruddha won the Regional Level of Brain Bee (conducted by the Society of Neurosciences),
defeating 33 contestants from 17 schools.

Aniruddha along with Rahul Dominic was placed second among more than 300 schools in the 10th Texas
Instruments Quiz conducted in collaboration with the Karnataka Quiz Association in 2013.

Vinayaka M

In Jan 2019, Vinayaka M received Bal Shakti Puraskar 2018 (the erstwhile National Child
Award) from the Honourable President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, at Rashtrapati
Bhawan as part of the Republic Day celebrations. He also participated in the Republic Day
Parade on Rajpath, in New Delhi on 26th January 2019.

In 2017-18, Vinayaka won the first prize in the contest ‘Classical Voice of India’
(category 15-19 Years). He was the youngest contestant in that age group.

Vinayaka received ‘Pratibha Puraskara’ from Adarsha Seva Sangha, Mysore for his
achievements in the field of Music and Art in 2016-17. He also received the ‘Pranava
Pratishtana’ for securing the highest marks in Hindustani Vocal Exam from Gandharva

Neha Sharon Jacob (Class of 2019)

Neha Sharon Jacob bagged the American Protégé International Vocal Competition-2016 under the Broadway, Musical Theatre, and Jazz categories. She went on to perform her winning piece 'Someone like you' along with renowned Indian musicians on December 18th, at New York’s prestigious Dale Carnegie Hall.

In 2016, Neha Sharon Jacob along with Dhwani Ravi attended a 2-week long Bayer Science Teens Camp in Colarado, USA along with 20 others from USA, Germany & Africa. They were chosen after 3 rounds of selections from 221 students from all over India.

Neha Sharon Jacob, along with Shresht Venkatraman and Aditi Koul emerged as the overall Champion Team, bagging first place in The World Scholar’s Cup (an international competition and celebration of learning conducted in about 60 countries across the globe) in 2017-18.

Neha Sharon Jacob became the recipient of the prestigious Young Achiever Award 2018, instituted by NIMHANS. She was one among the 58 aspirants for the award.

Niveditha S. Iyer (Class of 2020)

Niveditha S. Iyer made history by being the first student from NPS Koramangala to have been accepted
to both Stanford University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She chose Stanford University
over MIT where she is majoring in Computer Science and Cognitive Science.

In May 2020, Niveditha won the Grand Award for her project, under the category of Behavioural Sciences,
at the IRIS National Science Fair organized by the Government of India’s Department of Science & Technology
in Bangalore during 23-24 January 2020. She went on to represent India at the International Science &
Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Anaheim, California.

Niveditha clinched an overall fourth position in Round 2 of the Asia Pacific Linguistics Olympiad, winning
a silver medal. She represented India at the 2019 International Linguistics Olympiad in South Korea.

In 2018-19, Niveditha and her team won two gold and one bronze medals in the International Linguistics
Olympiad 2018 held in Prague.

In 2019, Niveditha won the regional round of the Indian National Brain Bee - a neuroscience competition
revolving around anatomy, functioning, and disorders of the brain.

Samay Godika (Class of 2020)

Samay Godika, (then in Grade 11) won the fourth annual Breakthrough Junior Challenge 2018,
for his video featuring the role played by circadian rhythms, or the body clock, in treating diseases,
including asthma. Breakthrough Junior Challenge is a global competition for students, ages 13-18,
to share their passion for math and science with the world. The competition sees 30,000 participants
annually. Samay won an award of $400,000 for himself, his teacher mentor, and his school.

In 2018, Samay was selected for an on-campus 4-week entrepreneurship program at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology (MIT). He was one of the 13 participants in the 14-year-old category.

Samay Godika secured admission to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the
BS Computer Science program.

Nand Vincchi (Class of 2023)

In 2022, Nand Vincchi was awarded the prestigious Atlas Fellowship India which included Rs. 10 Lakh
scholarship and a free 11-day program in Oxford, United Kingdom.

In 2022, Nand Vinchhi won the Grand Award for his project in the category of systems software at the
Initiative for Research and Innovation in STEM (IRIS) National Fair 2022.

Diya Agrawal (Class of 2024)

Diya Agrawal placed 4th in India in the Asia-Pacific Linguistics Olympiad (APLO) held in
April 2023. Diya has qualified to represent India at the International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL)
to be held in Bulgaria in July 2023.

In 2021, Diya Agrawal emerged as the state winner for Karnataka in a competition INDIA@75:
YOUTH IDEATHON 2021 organised by CBSE in collaboration with Management Entrepreneurship
Professional Skills Council (MEPSC) under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

Diya Agrawal secured the top 6th position in Asia in S.T. Yau High School Science Award in the
Chemistry category in 2021.