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The WiT all-Women Hackathon winners develop useful tech solutions for counterfeit drugs, social media rumors and food hygiene

WiT (Women In Technology), India with  focus on increasing gender balance in STEM careers through engagement, enablement and employment, recently announced the results of its The WiT all-Women Hackathon and as expected women Covid warriors aren’t lacking in tech space. The winning solution was from the team from Jio that came up with a solution addressing counterfeiting of drugs in …


An All-Terrain Vehicle is designed and built every year by the undergrads of IIT Roorkee for safe subjugation of extreme pathways. This year the vehicle was unveiled on January 9 and a live demonstration on a track prepared outside the MAC Auditorium was also performed. The event was graced by Prof. Ajit K. Chaturvedi, Director, IITR in presence of Prof. …

Mumbai girl teens team to represent India in ‘Robotic Olympics’—the 3rd edition of First Global Challenge 2019 at Dubai

This year, the theme is ‘ocean opportunities’ and focuses on ocean pollution A team of five teenage girl students from Mumbai—Aarushi Shah  (Bombay International School), Radhika Sekhsaria (Oberoi International School),  Radhika Sekhsaria (Oberoi International School), Aayushi Nainan & Lavanya Iyer (Dhirubhai Ambani International School) and  Jasmehar Kochhar (Podar International School)— will represent Inda at the First Global Challenge (3rd edition) …

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