Winning awards is certainly not new for DSK International Campus-Rubika and its students.
Online PR News – 02-March-2016 – Pune/Maharashtra – 2nd March 2016- Pune – Certainly not the first of the many design challenge awards, students of DSK International Campus - Rubika bagged most of the winning spots at the 10th Pune Design Festival held in the last week of February 2016. Organized by the Association of Designers of India & Autodesk, the competition saw participation from many Design institutes from across the country out of which students of DSK International Campus –Rubika dominated the sought after design competitions held during the festival.
Kaushal Dabak, year 4 - Transportation Design student of DSK International Campus-Rubika conquered the ‘The Battle of Design Projects- Design Excellence Award’ with his design: Cygnex Fly. Inspired by a Dragonfly, his concept Cygnex Fly is a scout exploration vehicle for a new planet which is 490 light years away from earth. Kaushal’s futuristic exploration vehicle is designed in such a way that it can be carried as a back-pack or a trolley which can be attached to a base vehicle.
The Battle of Design Project was an open entry competition in which students submitted projects completed between 2014 -2016 as part of the curriculum of a reputed design institute in India. DSK International Campus, an internationally acclaimed design institute is one of the top design institutes of the country. www.dskic.in
Rajshekhar Das who graduated this year from DSK International Campus as a Transportation Designer walked away with the second place in this competition. His vehicle design addressed the travel issues of rural India. Called the Google Community Vehicle, it is a practical and cost effective solution for the day-to-day travel and transportation during medical emergencies in the rural areas. This concept has also won the esteemed Michelin Design Challenge Award this year in Detroit, USA. https://www.facebook.com/DskSupinfocomInternationalCampus/?ref=hl
In the 2nd competition called the Autodesk Design Swarm, the Design students of DSK International Campus–Rubika won all three positions. The team based competition called upon the participants to address the rapidly growing problem of sea pollution through plastic bags.
The winning team all comprising of students from DSK International Campus- Rubika, Dhruv Khosla, Year 3 -Digital Design along with Aniket Chatterjee, Year 1-Transportation Design, Don Anthony, Year 3-Product Design and Mark Mathew, Year 2 student of Product Design presented a brilliant solution - A manta ray shaped device that would dredge the ocean bed and collect plastic waste which won the 1st place in the competition.
Viraj Chauhan, Final Year student – Digital Design, DSK International Campus-Rubika along with his team which presented an innovative solution - A set of modular carrying equipment that would suffice grocery shopping needs won the 2nd place. Ujwal IK – Final Year student - Digital Design, DSK International Campus-Rubika along with his team won the 3rd place in the 5 hour challenge for their ‘Edible Packaging’ solution to fight the environmental crisis.
Winning awards is certainly not new for DSK International Campus-Rubika and its students. The renowned institute has been winning many esteemed design challenges and awards worldwide like the SIAM Styling and Design Challenge-India, Michelin Design Challenge-USA, Red Dot-Germany, International BSFF-Michigan and more.