1st Prize Winners of Smart India Hackathon 2019

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Smart India Hackathon 2019
Organized by MHRD, AICTE, i4c and Persistent Systems

It gives us great joy and pride to announce that Team Nebula, consisting of Team Leader Debashish Nandi, BCA 3rd year, Shirsha Debnath, BCA 3rd year, Twinkle Paul, B.Tech CSE 2nd year, Pragna Debnath, BCA, 3rd year, Aaditya Maity, BCA 3rd year and Shrimanta Garain, B.Tech CSE 2nd year had represented Brainware University at the Smart India Hackathon Finale at SSN University, Chennai where they bagged the 1st prize after fierce competition with teams from various reputed Universities from across the country over a period of 36 hours. Under the mentorship of Mr. Sayan Bose, Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, the team registered for the event under the project code GG1, working towards a project problem of the Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India. Innovation and entrepreneurship are at the peak in India.

In order to make development a comprehensive mass movement and innovate on all fronts the MHRD and AICTE have come together to organise Smart India Hackathon (SIH) 2019 for identifying new and disruptive technology innovations to solve the challenges faced in our country. Surpassing two preliminary training rounds, the team with their pre-designed android application entered the final stage after constant modifications according to the competition standards. Team Nebula, worked tirelessly to prove their mettle and reach the pinnacle of success in their said category. After a grueling period of 36 hours which challenged both their physical capabilities and their mental tenacities, Nebula were adjudged winners in their GG1 category. We congratulate the members on this momentous occasion and wish them the very best for all such future endeavours.

Brainware University has always believed it to be its responsibility to support all forms of innovations and help the students to only become worthy academics but also aid their creative thinking and guide them in their quest to leave a mark on the society and this world.