A Class 12 Bengaluru occupant, Sahithi Pingali will soon have a minor planet in the Milky Way named after her. The understudy of In-venture Academy in Bengaluru Sahithi joins a gathering of tip top individuals to have a planet named after them. She got the respect for her examination work ‘on the bits of the foam of Bengaluru’s dirtied lakes’. It is a piece of her triumphant at the world’s biggest pre-school science rivalry, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Los Angeles. Sahithi won the Gold Medal for her examination on ‘An Innovative Crowd-sourcing Approach to Monitoring Freshwater Bodies’ on Bengaluru’s lakes at ISWEEEP (The International Sustainable World Engineering Energy Environment Project) Olympiad held in Texas not long ago. After her ISEF win, The Lincoln Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) chosen to name a planet after her. The Laboratory which has the privilege to name minor planets settled on the choice after she came surprisingly close to ISEF. Notwithstanding being put general second in the classification Earth and Environmental Sciences, she additionally won three uncommon honors at the INTEL ISEF finals. Sahithi was likewise among 2000 finalists at the occasion which built up an incorporated cell phone application and lake checking unit which gets information through crowd-sourcing. She is as of now working with PhD understudies and educators in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and furthermore seeking after a temporary job at the University of Michigan. Sahithi won a grant from In-venture to take an interest in the American India Foundation (AIF) program in 2015. Ananya Vinay, Indian-starting point understudy, wins Scripps National Spelling Bee 2017 .Times of India cited Sahithi as saying, “The intriguing thing about my venture is that it’s about crowd-sourcing; getting understudies and subjects to contribute logical information. OLOV was the motivation for this – it was the devotion and duty of my colleagues at In-venture that persuaded me that secondary school understudies were fit for social affair such solid information while expanding their ecological mindfulness and learning of science. I trust understudies all over Bangalore will take this as a call for activity to embrace lakes and lead the route for whatever is left of the world.”