ALLEN Career Institute’s Dhyey Sankalp Gandhi has made India proud by winning a Silver Medal in the final round of 49th International Chemistry Olympiad that recently concluded in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
According to the Director Sh. Brajesh Maheshwari, this year Dhyey, a Class 10th classroom student from ALLEN, was selected in the team of 4 students to represent India in the final round of 49th International Chemistry Olympiad, where he has bagged a Silver medal for the country. Dhyey, competing with the students of classes 11th and 12th, became the youngest student in the national team to win a medal. He has also been the topper at all the 3 levels of the competition conducted at the national level.
The prestigious Olympiad that was conducted in Thailand from 6th July to 15th July 2017 witnessed the participation of the students from across 76 countries of the world.
Previously, ALLEN Career Institute’s Sharvik Mittal made India proud by winning a Silver Medal in the final round of 48th International Chemistry Olympiad held in Georgia in 2016.
Desire to pursue research
In his own words, “I completed the syllabus of my 10th class beforehand following which I started focusing on Chemistry. With the help of extra studies, I prepared for competing against the senior classes. My goal is to study from MIT (USA) after completing my undergrad from IIT. My family is my support system where my mother Mrs. Manisha Gandhi stays with me at Kota and my Father is is a businessman who is in Vadodara along with my grandparents.