NASA chooses Diksha Shinde, 14-year-old, for 'MSI Fellowships Virtual Panel's

Diksha Shinde is part of the MSL Fellowships Virtual Panel. Her research on ‘We Live in Black Hole’ gained recognition.

NASA chooses Diksha Shinde, 14-year-old, for 'MSI Fellowships Virtual Panel's
Diksha Shinda felicitated by Imtiyaz Jaleel Syed, Member of Parliament. source: Twitter/@imtiaz_jaleel

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has chosen Diksha Shinde, a 14-year-old, as a panelist on the Minority Serving Institution (MSI) Fellowships Virtual Panel. Her research write-up on ‘Black Hole’ was recognized by NASA.

The paper titled ‘We Live in Black Hole’ exhibited in May 2021 was acknowledged by the International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. Diksha’s father, Krishna Shinde, is a school headmaster and her mother conducts tuitions.