Trending: Adaptive Leadership in Times of Crisis  |  Teacher Insights: 'Lab in a box' projects for home learning  |  Policy Indications: A global collaboration to move AI principles to practice  |  Science Innovations: Translating lost languages using machine learning  |  Science Innovations: Scientists develop ‘mini-brains’ to help robots recognise pain & to self-repair  |  Health Monitor: Ayurvedic Postnatal Care  |  Parent Interventions: Online learning ergonomics: Keep your child engaged and strain-free  |  Parent Interventions: Cow’s milk protein intolerance risk factors   |  Parent Interventions: Safe sports for kids during Covid-19  |  Parent Interventions: E-modules increase provider knowledge related to adverse childhood experiences  |  Technology Inceptions: ICMR validates ‘COVIRAP' by IIT Kharagpur   |  National Edu News: India progressing rapidly towards the goal of indigenously made Supercomputers  |  Best Practices: “Aditi Urja Sanch” Unit at CSIR-NCL, Pune  |  Reflections: What Really Matters  |  Teacher Insights: New Harvard Online course course prepares professionals for a data-driven world  |  
April 23, 2018 Monday 02:31:57 PM IST

IIIT Delhi Team Wins Microsoft Imagine Cup India Finals

Education Information

New Delhi: Microsoft India, on Monday, concluded the 16th edition of Imagine Cup. Imagine Cup is a competition  where the student developers can use their creativity and passion to solve real world problems and turn their ideas into reality.

RealVol (IIIT Delhi), DrugSafe (RV College of Engineering, Bengaluru), and Practikality (Amity International School, Gurgaon) are the winners of the India chapter of the competition. These student teams will represent India at the Imagine Cup finals in U.S.A. and compete for $ 100,000 prize money and a mentoring session with Satya Nadella. 

"Imagine Cup is a true reflection of how the youth with their entrepreneurial capabilities are taking a lead in building solutions for real life challenges. Microsoft is helping them with right tools and skill sets to be able to pursue their passion of becoming successful entrepreneurs," said Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India.

The organisers said that this time, there was a rising interest for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and related technologies like Cognitive Services and Chatbots among Indian students. 

This year's Imagine Cup, according to Microsoft India, also witnessed an increased participation from girl students, elevating the diversity ratio of the contest to 64 percent.

(Source: Various News Agencies)