New Delhi [India], February 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): Fourteen-year-old Aritra Neogi, Class IX pupil of Kendriya Vidyalaya (AFS), Barrackpore West Bengal has received the IIT Roorkee’s E-Summit’21 App Innovation Challenge for his app named ‘Yesmam – Realtime Classroom’. Aritra’s app facilitates virtual classroom training by sooner interplay between academics and college students.
He acquired a certificates from IIT Roorkee together with Codingal Merchandise. IIT Roorkee organised this competitors a number of weeks in the past in partnership with Codingal, a web-based coding platform for Ok-12 (college) college students.
Manas Hejmadi (St Paul’s English School, Bengaluru) and Lakshay Kumar (Jiva Public School, Faridabad) of courses XI and XII have been first and second runners up respectively. Manas developed ‘TrashTag’, an app that makes use of QR codes to incentivize rubbish disposal, whereas Lakshay developed ‘Neorky’, an app to assist unemployed folks discover short-term jobs or initiatives close by.
IIT Roorkee spokesperson, Bharat Nittala, Convener, E-Summit mentioned, “We are happy to provide this platform for learning and applying coding skills to young inquisitive minds in partnership with Codingal. Learning coding at a younger age can help inculcate highly valuable problem solving and analytical skills in children. Done the right way, it can be a valuable skill with lifelong benefits for school children.”The IIT Roorkee App Innovation Challenge was open to college students from Grade 8 to 12. Students needed to construct apps on one of many following themes: agriculture, training, healthcare, sanitization and surroundings. 400 college students from throughout India registered for the competitors. All college students additionally acquired mentoring from Vivek Prakash (IIT Roorkee alumnus) and Satyam Baranwal (IIT Dhanbad alumnus), the Co-founders of Codingal to information them and provides suggestions on their concepts and design. Further, skilled coding academics from Codingal additionally hosted a 1-hour masterclass on app improvement for all college students.
Codingal’s Co-founder and CEO Vivek Prakash mentioned, “Our primary goal with this competition was to encourage school students to learn to code, build apps and websites which encourages them to think of solving world problems like sanitization, democratizing education, and cleaner environment. This is unlike anything they study in school and it expands their horizon and capabilities. We are absolutely thrilled to see not only the quality of apps submitted but also the enthusiastic response that this competition has received from school students. We are now looking forward to organising hundreds of such competitions in the future.”Lakshay Kumar wrote, “On the result day when I was declared as 2nd runner up in the competition, I was overwhelmed with joy. I shared this app along with this good news with my fellow-mates and teachers. This good news went viral in the entire school. I am really thankful to Codingal for bringing such an amazing competition to me.”Codingal is the 1 on-line coding platform for Ok-12 (college) college students, with a mission to encourage them to fall in love with coding at a younger age. Launched in September 2020, Codingal has already empowered over 40,000 youngsters by motivating them to begin studying coding by way of competitions and delivering high quality coding training with all-star academics – solely from a Computer Science background.
Codingal has developed the world’s first coding curriculum with BIDE Model (Broad, inspiring, Deep, Efficient), built-in with Bloom’s Taxonomy and a devoted give attention to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) studying methodology. School youngsters love the Codingal platform for its academics, curriculum, and competitions.
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