Pritvik Sinhadc has been giving lectures and teaching since he was five years of age.
He has been awarded the Megastar Science CREST Award — a project-based awards scheme for the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) from the British Science Association.
He also became the Young Science Ambassador from the British Science Association.
He has been honoured several times by distinguished institutions like the Emirates Environmental Group, Blossoms, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority, etc, in Dubai.
When he was eight years, he gave a lecture on the catastrophic Impact of Radioactive and Nuclear Waste on Marine and Land Species and enthralled a packed crowd of over 75 environmentalists, professors, academicians, scientists and students at the Emirates Environmental Group’s 9th Community Lecture of the Year.
At nine, he gave a lecture on the same subject at Dubai International Academic City. Dr Abdulla Al Karam, KHDA Chairman of the Board of Directors-Director General, and Ms Jo Maher, Chief of Strategy, Research and Engagement, who were present at the lecture, offered him an opportunity to undertake a special training under the KHDA in November 2013.
In January 2013, he was invited by the Senckenberg Naturmuseum Frankfurt, Germany, to exchange book with palaeontologist Dr Bernd Herkner and talk about the prehistoric era.
Academically, Pritvik has topped the primary section of Dubai British School on the World Maths Day. He has also won the Golden Calculator Award from the World Maths Day organisers.
He has also been formally assessed and declared as ‘Gifted in Maths and Science’ by Dubai British School (http://www.dubaibritishschool.ae/faculty-and-careers/extended-learning)
Currently, he has just turned 11 and is moving to Year 7 at Dubai College.
Pritvik is a maths and science addict, loves to read non-fiction, paints on canvas (oils and acrylics), plays the piano and guitar. He is also a golfer, a brown-belt in karate, a keen debater, a dramatist and loves writing poems when he wants to unwind.
Pritvik sincerely hopes to live up to the scientific world’s expectations and make the world proud of his achievements.