Jamshedpur, July 11: National e-Governance Division, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India and Intel India have designed a National Challenge – ‘Ideate for India – Creative Solutions Using Technology’. The aim of this challenge is to give young students of our country a platform and opportunity to become ‘solution creators’ for the problems they see around them and their communities. The objective of this National Challenge is to empower youth and enable them to create a difference in their community.
The challenge was implemented at national level – open to school students from classes 6 – 12 across the country. 10 best ideas of the students were selected from each state.
Innovative ideas of four students from DBMS English School were selected. The students include Subhigya Priyansh (Class IX) for his project Human Nerve Impulse Energy, Aditya Khemka (Class X) for Answering Bell, Kaustav Malik (Class X) for Fingerprint Vehicle Ignition and Methane & CO2 Sensor in Mines and Priyansh Panchal (Class IX) for Police Drone. These four students are among the top 10 students selected from Jharkhand.
They attended a four day workshop ‘Regional Tech-Creation Boot camp’ for the East Zone in Kolkata from 5th July to 8th July 2019. ‘Skills of the Future’ such as design thinking, ideation – idea generation, making, do-it-yourself concepts, collaboration, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, IOT were some of the important topics covered in the boot camp.
50 students from East, West, North & South boot camp will be selected based on their tech-creations being implemented in the community and will be invited to New Delhi for the National Showcasing and will be felicitated as Tech-Creation Champions.