This category will recognise 3 educational leaders (Principals/Heads of Institutions) who demonstrated excellence in educational leadership during the pandemic
An initiative that made teaching or learning easier for the educators or students.
An initiative that benefitted those with either physical or learning disabilities.
An initiative that made innovative use of science & tech to solve an everyday problem
An initiative that made use of social media to make a significant contribution in improving learning outcomes.
An initiative that benefitted educators or students from the economically weaker or disadvantaged section of the society.
An initiative that made learning fun and interactive while retaining the academic benefits.
An initiative that significantly raised awareness or provided solutions for improved mental health.
A project or initiative that demonstrated innovation and out of the box thinking in an academic context.
A socially relevant initiative that demonstrated active involvement with a social cause and produced measurable results.
A project/initiative/campaign that made the most effective use of social media in a meaningful way for constructive results.
Any other significant academic or extracurricular achievement during the lockdown which demonstrates outstanding initiative, significant presence of mind or leadership potential.
An initiative that demonstrated exceptional creativity during the lockdown
A project or initiative that made innovative use of science & tech for a practical and useful application in daily life.
Any work or series of work that demonstrated literary brilliance in either text or audio/visual format.