Now, he will visit NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) in the United States this May for ten days to learn about Mars, and how to develop a conducive environment to live there. NASA will provide the students with real-life scenarios to work on.
Anjishnu is a huge fan of Stephen Hawking, the legendary theoretical physicist and cosmologist. The boy is thankful to Educcharya.com, for the opportunity, and said to The Telegraph, “I always dreamt of visiting NASA. I idolise Stephen Hawking, read his books and want to be an astrophysicist. This is my time to learn and gather whatever I can from my dream destination.”
The students that haven’t been selected shouldn’t feel dejected. The next 21 will receive Rs 1 lakh, the 21 after them will get Rs 50,000, and the final 21 will get Rs 20,000, as cash prizes.