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Mangaluru: Smart India Hackathon at Sayadori Concludes - 6 Teams Earn Prizes

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Mangaluru, August 27: The world’s largest open innovation model, the Smart India Hackathon Software Edition, has concluded at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management. His 24 teams of 183 participants from 11 states participated and provided solutions to his nine problem statements of the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. SIH was organized by Innovation Cell, Ministry of Education and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.

The SIH valedicory ceremony Sahyadri was held on 26th August and was blessed by Chief Guests Swami Jithakamanandaji, Adhyaksha, Ramakrishna Math and Mangaluru. SCEM Chairman Manjunath Bhandari. Robert D’Silva, AGM, Canara Bank, Dr Ankith Kishor Rathe, Dr Ankith Kishor Rathe, Nodal Center director and AICTE nominee, Rajeev Kumar, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of Indian, Manjappa Director of R&D, Dr Rajesha S principal, Dr Priya Kamath, SIH Coordinator – SIH SCEM chaired the podium.

Rajeev Kumar announced the top 5 team performers based on jury evaluation according to SIH criteria. Each team received his Rs 1 lac prize.
-Team Brainhacks19 from the Institute of Computer Technology, Pune, Maharashtra worked on developing a tool to detect, isolate and match individuals from group photos using facial recognition mechanisms.
– Team Kalam Firebird from RMK Engineering College, Tamil Nadu worked on identifying missing LSBs that could be added to the road network to minimize travel time.
– A team of emerging programmers from Panimal Engineering College, Tamil Nadu worked on automating the mechanisms of image capture, processing, standardization, evaluation, and classification, using deep learning, image processing algorithms, and AI algorithms to explore various programmatic intentions. Improved decision results.
– Team Loads of Logic, Sri Venkateswara College of Technology, Sripermbudur worked on website and application for convergence with MoLE initiative.
– Team KPRCAS ALPHA from KPR College of Arts and Sciences, Tamil Nadu provided a detailed report on the differences between NQM and SQM assessments using analytical tools.

While congratulating Swamiji, Jitakamanandaji quoted Vivekananda’s maxim that ‘Students need to solve problems like Lions’. He argued that India needed business owners more than job seekers. He expressed the opinion that the future of the nation rests on private entrepreneurs. I was. He also recalled that Nobel laureates were invited and the students had the opportunity to speak with them.

The SCEM chairman addressed the gathering by motivating students to ensure that ideas were planted in their brains, that nurtured their thinking, and became productive trees years later. “When young people are educated, communities are enlightened, and when communities are enlightened, nations are empowered,” he said.

After a long journey and constant coding, the participant Anuthi Bhardwaj from Ajmer, Rajasthan expressed his gratitude. “The hospitality of Sayadori University blew away my fatigue.”

Nandini, from Chennai, Tamil Nadu, thanked SCEM for their hospitality and logistics.

Robert D’silva and Rajeev Kumar sincerely thanked GOI and SCEM for organizing and supporting the event. Ankith Kumar Rathe congratulated all participants for successfully completing the 36 hour hackathon. Dr Manjappa S welcomed the gathering and his Principal, Dr Rajesha S, thanked the SCEM SIH team, Government of India representatives, event sponsors and media personnel. Her SIH-SCME Coordinator Dr. Priya R Kamath expressed her appreciation.