Published On : Fri, Feb 1st, 2019

One Day Hackathon bloomed with young inventors

Nagpur: It was a day of young inventors across city and adjoining places as they hit the Orange City to share their innovative ideas and projects for the betterment of society, in particular and the entire nation in general at ‘Hackathon’. The event was conceptualized by Mayor Nanda Jichkar at Mayor’s innovative award competition held at Suresh Bhat Auditorium on February 1.

For this program 500 groups and 1,500 persons registered to present their ideas and projects which will lead in forming a better society. The teams from Amravati, Pune, Dhamangaon and other cities participated in the Hackathon.

Chief Guest Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule. Mayor Nanda Jichkar will chair the programme. S P Kane, Vice-Chancellor, RTMNU, Dr Bhushankumar Upadhyay, Commissioner of Police, guest of honour Dileep Malkhede, Advisor AICTE were present on the dais during the inaugural ceremony.

Chandrashekhar Bawankule said, “This is the medium, to provide new avenues to the youths by enhancing their work. We have many problems which need a prominent solution and including all these young inventors will help our city grow at a faster pace and lead towards development”. He encouraged all to come forward and present their ideas to the development of the city.

Welcoming all the budding inventors Mayor Nanda Jichkar said “This initiative will be helpful in solving various problems which are faced by the city. The innovations and new ideas which are presented in the function by these young energetic people is commendable. We need their help in solving various issues and making Nagpur a Smart City, In this program their are many segments and motivational speeches which will help in boosting one’s confidence and will give a variant knowledge”.

On this occasion Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University Vice- Chancellor SP Kane, Dr Bhushankumar Upadhyay, Commissioner of Police welcomed all the participants and encouraged them to share their ideas with government.
The participants suggested new innovative ideas to do away with the crucial problems bothering the city.