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Shubhash Shine from Kerala wins CuriousJr’s All India Coding Championship 2022

Subhash Shine, a 14-year old student from Kerala has been declared winner of the All India Coding Championship (AICC) on 25th Dec 2022 by CuriousJr, an online coding platform for kids. Shashwat Acharya from Darjeeling and Saion Gupta from New Delhi have secured first, second and third ranks respectively. The coding competition was the second edition of India’s first mobile …

Two Indian students among the 2022 Call for Code Global Challenge winner team from Augustana University

Four students of Augustana University, South Dakota, US, out of which two are Indians, were named grand winners of the fifth annual ‘Call for Code Global Challenge’.  The student team members are: Abemelech Mesfin Belachew of Ethiopia, Deepak Krishnaa Govindarajan ‘25 and Prana Mohanty ‘25, of India, and Manusmriti Budhathoki ‘24, of Nepal. The winners were announced, recently, by Call …

DP World’s inaugural Big Tech Project competition winner team includes Hyderabad student

Dhanalaxmi Gaddam, an Indian student studying in the UAE, along with her teammate Abass Bamidele Abdulsalam were announced as the winner team of the first edition of DP World’s BIG TECH PROJECT, claiming the top prize for a virtual solution that could enhance productivity and efficiency at ports and terminals around the world. DP World, a leading provider of smart logistics …

Samsung’s ‘Solve for Tomorrow’ competition winners announced

Three teams—Sputnik Brain, Udaan, and Alpha Monitor –  have won the inaugural edition of Solve for Tomorrow in India, its national education and innovation competition. They get a total grant of INR 1 crore and a 6-month incubation by the Foundation for Innovation & Technology Transfer (FITT), IIT Delhi, to strengthen their prototypes, and seek real-world consumer validation for their products and services. Sputnik Brain’s …

Mumbai teens win Microsoft Imagine Cup award in Junior category for World Solutions using Artificial Intelligence

Two Mumbai-based teens, Aasimm Khan and Sidharth Jain, have won the Imagine Cup Junior AI award, an initiative of Microsoft, for developing a non-invasive screening for skin cancer by using Artificial Intelligence. As a part of their award, each winner received a back-pack, Trophy and a certificate. Both Aasimm (17 years) and Sidharth (17 years) represented OMOTEC (On My Own Technology), a city …

2021 Harvard Youth Lead the Change conference winners announced

Rohan Kapur from The Shri Ram School, Delhi-NCR and Gitali Singh Chauhan from St Kabir’s School, Chandigarh, win the full scholarship of INR 40,000/- each. Xtraview, India’s digital interview platform for students, in collaboration with the Big Red Group have announced the winners of its scholarship program for students to participate in the 2021 Harvard Youth Lead the Change (YLC) conference. Delhi boy Rohan Kapur …

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