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iFarm: A Smart Farm Mobile Application

In India, farmers are mostly poor due to the low productivity (yield per hectare) of all major crops. Take paddy and wheat. Yield from a paddy field in India is 3,500-kg per hectare, while China and Bangladesh have these figures to boot 7,000-kg and 4,500-kg, respectively. The produce from Australia and the US are nearly

Smart Farming: Digital Kiosk Center by Power Rangers

Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood for about 58% of India’s population. Indian farmers are mostly small or marginal, wherein 85% of them own less than one hectare of land.   While agriculture’s share in India’s economy has progressively declined to less than 18%. The agriculture sector’s importance in the Indian economy and social fabric

Rule Keepers to the rescue | A Student initiative

The imposition of lockdown brings massive lifestyle change among the people, and the police struggle to find out ways of implementing such changes.  To restrict the spread of the virus across the country police have taken steps to enforce lockdown properly from the first day of the lockdown since 24th March 2020. The imposition of

Restoring Livelihood of Families an initiative by team Life Savers

In March 2020, our Government declared a nationwide lockdown as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Indian migrant workers during these testing times have faced multiple hardships. With factories and workplaces shut down millions of workers were forced to deal with the loss of income, food shortages, and uncertainty about their future. Moved by the

Education for Underprivileged Children | A project by, Study Wars

There are 472 million children in India under 18 years, which constitutes 39% of the total population. According to the latest Indian census, 203,616,038 children are attending educational institutions. However, a whopping number of 208,324,939 children are not receiving education via established institutions. We chose this topic as Study Wars felt it is a significant

Supporting Street Hawkers with Technology!

In our daily life, we know so many street hawkers who are working hard for their daily needs. In this pandemic situation, they are struggling to sell their products in the locality. Our team, Quaranteam, decided to do something about this situation. The first step was to find out the problem statement, how can we

Secure your mobile devices!

I am always ON. I am always online. I help you access your emails, messages, IMs, Chat, Blog, Social Network, make friends, and do office jobs. I am your mobile phone, your tablet. And, remember “I am always ON. Always Online”. Mobile devices have become both integral and ubiquitous in everyone’s lives, and so they

Technology innovation and social enterprise are essential to India’s glorious future. Edunet Foundation, through its experiential education programs, is enabling Indian students to realize their full potential by promoting STEM education, technical innovation, and entrepreneurship.
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All-Star: The journey of Gopal from retailing to e-tailing

Technology innovation and social enterprise are essential to India’s glorious future. Edunet Foundation, through its experiential education programs, is enabling Indian students to realize their full potential by promoting STEM education, technical innovation, and entrepreneurship. One such initiative is the IBM Innovation Camp with the students from Advance Diploma in IT, Networking, and Cloud Computing

PathFinders: A student initiative

Technology creates powerful business opportunities but, keeping up with the pace of technological advancement is a challenge for the employable population. Also, it causes skill gaps, particularly in the industries where the demand for skilled workers is very high, namely the IT industry. It is essential to combat this skill gap by upskilling via training

Clean India Mission

A grass-root level cleanliness drive!

Today we will talk about Anitha S and Pavithra, who became a part of the Skills Accelerator program conducted in schools across the country by the Edunet foundation. The program was able to motivate both the girls from Government PU College, Yelahanka, Bangalore to choose Driving Swachh Bharat as their capstone project, an undertaking that