This year’s award of Smart India Hackathon 2020 organized by the Ministry of Education was given to the students who designed the surveillance device by putting CCTV camera on the watch under a great idea.
The purpose of Smart India Hackathon is to try to solve social problems. In this competition, students try to make such products, which have the ability to solve a problem. This time the winning team solved the problem of CCTV camera.
Wherever CCTV cameras are installed for surveillance, anyone can easily see and damage them. In many cases, people know that they are under the surveillance of CCTV cameras. In such a situation, there was a need for a second device that can monitor and nobody knows.
With the help of this hidden camera, the culprits can be easily caught, because by looking at the clock, they will never feel that there can be a camera in it. Because of this, there will also be no incidents of criminals damaging it.
This device was made by the students of Punjab’s Lovely Professional University and QIS Engineering College in Andhra Pradesh. Both were declared joint winners of this award.
The team was led by Arun Sai Teja, a student of BTech Final Year in LPU, the rest of the team were jewelery Bharat Kumar, Nukula Ram Kumar, Meka Vishnu Madhavi, Naitik Gohain, Kasturi Bhanu Prakash. These students were guided by the faculty of LPU, Dr. Rajesh Singh, Dr. Anita Gehlot and Professor Mandeep Singh.
On this victory, Arun said, “I am proud that we won the Smart India Hackathon. The energy here was different, it improved our thinking more. The joy of winning on such a big stage is different. I am in my college. I would also like to thank those who always supported me in the competition. ”
In competition, the winning team gets a chance to patent their innovation/product and then this idea is also implemented. Along with this, the winning students also get job opportunities in top companies during the hackathon.
(Language Inputs: TheBetterIndia)