MindBox starts final round of Annual Design Championship 2017

New Delhi: MindBox has started the final round of its Annual Design Championship 2017 from today. This annual event by Mindbox encourages students from across India to demonstrate talent, enhance creativity and utilise their skill sets. The annual contest started in 2014 and has grown bigger each passing year. For the Annual Design Championship 2017, over 5000+ teams from across the country partiicpated.

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Mindbox had started its Annual Design Championship in the year 2014.

Students from all over India register and submit their projects online under four categories: Game Design, Movie Making, Industrial Design and Graphic Design. Each city is given a different theme under each category. A panel of jury members shortlist the best entries for the final round in each city. The shortlisted participants then present their projects to the jury members and go through a question-answer session. Based on the final presentation, winners are announced for each category in every city.

Winners of Game Design from each city stands a chance to present their game at NASSCOM GAME DEVELOPER CONFERENCE 2017- Hyderabad.

Mr. Rishi Khemka, Chief Enjoyment Officer, MindBox, said, “We are happy to see the way the Design Championship is growing. Initiatives like these give students an opportunity to augment their creative as well as software skills. Students get a chance to be mentored by industry experts with brainstorming, goal setting, decision making and problem-solving sessions. Thus, the whole initiative is not just diverse but beneficial and an overall fun experience.”

The final round for Mindbox Design Championship will be conducted in 7 cities; Madurai, Chennai, Coimbatore, Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai. Students can visit www.designchampionship.in for more information.

About MindBox

MindBox is an initiative that aims to empower students with 21st-century skills. The initiative aims to develop Creativity & Life Skills of students by an output method of expression using Visual Communication as Language, Creative Thinking and STEAM as a Subject. The delivery happens using Technology as a Tool inside the school’s campus through Project | Design Based Teaching Methodology for Class 1st-12th students. MindBox provides the Curriculum, Worksheet, Software, Kits, Industry expert sessions along with Qualified Faculty to conduct these sessions and a 4 Way Assessment System for School and students.

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