SIRT students made Jalapurti App, bagged 3rd position in Hackathon 2018
Make in India project needs students involvement as Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi said in Smart India Hackathon 2018. From SIRT, Bhopal, total 6 teams got selected in which 4 teams were selected for Software Hackathon and 2 teams were selected in Hardware Hackathon.
Make in India project needs students involvement as Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi said in Smart India Hackathon 2018. From SIRT, Bhopal, total 6 teams got selected in which 4 teams were selected for Software Hackathon and 2 teams were selected in Hardware Hackathon. In this technological innovation competition ,Team TechnoWizard from SIRT won Third position and bagged Rs. 50000 prize money. This team were participated in Varanasi Hindu University and solved the problems of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Ministry. Team members of Aditi Sitoke, Anushree Shrivastava, Diksha Patel, Diksha Mishra, Deepak Tayde made the app "Jalapurti" by 36 hours nonstop indigeneous work under the guidance of Prof. P. K. Shukla and Mrs. Swati Choubey.
About Jalapurti App Team Techno Wizard made this App in hindi with the intention of "Har Khet ko Pani" project.. It has been connected with each agricultural land.It is a user friendly app. This App will take the information of soil condition through which in unnatural condition, this app will inform to Government. Basically this App will beneficial for Govt. also.
Students who have joined this competition told that they are very happy to be the part of this grand event. Government has given the opportunity to showcase their talent and work for the Nation.
To achieve the success in this grand event, Chairman SGI and Chancellor SAGE University Er.Sanjeev Agrawal, Vice Chairman Dr.Prashant Jain and Director SIRT Dr. Akhilesh Upadhyay congratulated the students and motivated for better future.
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