Technology is changing the face of the world at a rapid pace with new and unique disruptive ideas in each and every field of lives. We are about the witness the Fourth Industrial Revolution with everything around us becoming increasingly hyperconnected and smart. Innovation becomes a key indicator determining a countries growth and development. Special attention is being given to encourage and inculcate sustained innovation skills in youths. Indian government with a determination to move in that direction, under the National e-Governance Division, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and Intel have designed a National Challenge – ‘Ideate for India – creative solutions using technology’
Grab your chance to shine and make India proud, participate in the Challenge simply upload your creative innovation video here last few days remain to get yourself registered.
Your chance to shine and make India proud is right here. To participate, simply upload your creative innovation video at https://t.co/GVhriXiEyk
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The intention of the challenge is to create solution creator amongst young students in India. Give such student a platform and opportunity where they can be solution providers to problems around them and their communities.
The initiative taken by the Government of India in cooperation with Intel will allow the participant to gain basic understanding on ‘Skills of the Future’ such as design thinking, ideation – idea generation, making, do-it-yourself concepts, collaboration etc.
The National Challenge will help inculcate youth to create a difference in their community by being able to resolve local critical issues and inspire them to creators of future technology. Become innovators by developing indigenous solutions. Register for the Challange here.
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