Internshala Training conducted the Dream Big Championship at Internshala’s headquarters in Gurugram, Haryana. The championship was launched in June 2019, to encourage Indian students to build innovative solutions for the most pressing challenges India faces today.
The Championship with the topic Innovate, Build, and Win saw a participation of 7500 students from across India.
7500 college students from all over India participated in this championship in either teams or individually. During this competition, the participants were given a month’s time to build their solutions and submit it. Out of the total project submissions, 10 best entries were invited to Internshala’s office in Gurugram for the final round.
During the final round, the top 10 teams demonstrated their innovations in front of a judging panel including Dr. Neeraj Saxena, Sarvesh Agrawal and Ms. Ankita Gupta.
On the occasion of the championship, AICTE Advisor-II, Policy and Academic Planning Bureau, Dr. Neeraj Saxena said,” It was an enriching experience to attend this championship and look at such innovative projects. Activities like this, that challenge minds, should be made mainstream.”
Sarvesh Agrawal, the Founder and CEO of Internshala, congratulated all the participants and winners and said, “We launched this championship to inspire Indian students to dream big and have the courage to take on the most pressing challenges our nation is facing, and build innovative solutions for the same. Today, it is truly exciting and inspiring to see such impressive projects built to tackle major challenges in fields like defence, agriculture, women’s safety, healthcare, and road safety.”
The team Maniacs from Shri Ramswaroop Memorial College of Engineering and Management demonstrated a mechanical number present organization system using cloud computing and computer vision and won the first prize of INR 1 lakh.
The first and second runner ups were from IIT Kharagpur and RCC Institute of Information Technology, and presented projects in the fields of agriculture and road safety respectively.