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Global exposure for your organization
with EHF Olympiads

This is a call for `search for the global whiz kid!`.Lets show the world, India`s got talent by grabbing a bigger share in the international competitions which, as per McKinsey, is more than $250 million. EHF olympiads serve as stepping stones to these competitions as EHF is the educational partner of GSF-Google Science Fair, BSEI-Bombay Stock Exchange and is a member of the Harvard-MIT maths tournament.

Briefly EHF is a regd. NGO[Trust] promoted by leading educationists. Sh.R. Rao, former advisor to the Prime Minister is our chief advisor.EHF olympiads actively reaches out to 4000 schools and 5 lakh students

Students benefit hugely from the olympiads as they get encouraged by medals, cash scholarships, laptops[by ACER], tablets[by SAMSUNG/HCL], digital camera[by NIKON] & online subscriptions. These prizes total upto Rs 5 crores.EHF certificate and subjectwise aptitude report gives them a career boost and helps them get admissions into top universities.

Also last year awards given to principals and teachers crossed `50 lakhs, given jointly by EHF and BSE investors protection fund at the BSE international convention centre, Mumbai on 10th April. This year the above prizes will be supplemented by a week long foreign study tour to either Singapore or Frankfurt stock exchange sponsored by BSEI and EHF.

Complete details about EHF and how you can benefit from EHF programmes are given below ,and can also be viewed at For printed copy of our programmes or for any query please write to EHF.

EHF student gets Google Science Fair Award!
Will your student be the next one?

The Eduheal Foundation (EHF) is a registered international level NGO.

As former educational partners of the Google Science Fair and as a member of Harvard-MIT Maths tournament, the EHF is actively engaged in searching talented students in science,mathematics, English, bio technology, arts, computer and sports.

EHF conducts International Olympiads Training Camps (IOTC) each year to mentor students like Arsh for International competitions like Google Science Fair.

Bringing laurels to the country, Panipat teenager, who had participated in the Eduheal foundation olympiads [EHF], Arsh Shah Dilbagi has got the Google Science Fair Award 2014. He was honoured with the ‘Google Voters Choice Award’ through online voting in San Francisco yesterday for developing a machine “TALK” for helping people with developmental disabilities communicate using only their breath.

Arsh won a spot as one of the Google’s 15 Global Science Fair finalists for his project on helping people with developmental disabilities such as locked in syndrome,Parkinson’s or ALS communicate using only their breath.

Arsh was awarded with the cash prize of $10,000 a Google Chrome notebook, lego mindstorms EV3 kit, Google goody bag, Google tracksuit and a Google wristwatch.

A Class XII student of DAV International School, Thermal Colony, Arsh was first selected among the top 90 regional finalists of the Google Science Fair 2014 for his latest invention TALK An AAC device. This was followed by interview rounds through Google Hangouts. Thereafter, he was selected one of the top 15 global finalists of the Google Science fair.-2014. He was the only student from Asia to be selected for award.

TALK is an augmentative and assistive communication (AAC) device, which helps people with developmental disabilities and speech impairments communicate. It is affordable ultra-portable, super light and increases the speaking rate by the least 300 per cent as compared to the existing AAC device.

Arsh wants to pursue robotics/computer science engineering from the USA or Australia.

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