What are the Pavego awards?
In India, Pavegos are the national awards awarded to students in the fields of engineering and technology, which include engineering courses, technology courses, science and technology courses.
The award is named after the famous Pavegate bridge in India’s capital city, New Delhi.
As per the Pavesaw, students who achieve an A grade or above in a course, or who are given the highest score, will be eligible to win the prestigious Pave Go.
“The Pavegaon award is awarded to those who achieve A-grade or above and are chosen by the Pavanak Committee of Engineering & Technology (Pavanak) Board of Selection and Selection Committee.
Pavanakh is the word for the bridge that connects New Delhi to the Indian capital, and it was inaugurated on March 23, 1972,” said an official.
It has a design of a bridge that crosses the Babri Masjid, an ancient Muslim shrine in the heart of the Indian city.
According to the Pavedgo award, the winner would be chosen from among students from every school across the country.
Though Pavanakh was inaugurated in 1972, there are now four Pavekas in existence in India.
Since the first Pavegee in 2009, more than 11,000 students have been awarded the award, with nearly 10 lakh students being inducted each year.
In the Pavinggos, the students receive Rs 3,000 for each A-level or above achievement.
Students who win PaveGo awards are also given a monthly stipend of Rs 1,000, and a prize of Rs 10,000.
With the Pava-gate bridge still being constructed in the backdrop of a nationwide protest by students against the construction of the Pavilion Energy Management (PEM) tower, it is likely that the Pampavati bridge will be completed before the end of this year.