Hyderabad: Four girls, who make good use of technology to solve a few problems and make things practical, were showcased at the âDigital Generation – Our Generationâ virtual event held as part of International Day of the Girl 2021.
Digital innovators have been spotted in Adilabad, Khammam and Hyderabad, who have used digital technology to innovate. The Youngistaan ââFoundation brought together 400 people from across Telangana to attend the session organized in collaboration with Telangana State Police, Telangana State Women’s Security Wing and Innovation Cell of Telangana State (TSIC).
Gadila Anodha, 18, from KGBV Dahegaon, Adilabad shared her experience of using a smartphone to effectively improve her studies, which helped her achieve the first position in the DEECET state exam.
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Roopa Janampalli, a fourteen-year-old student at GBHS CPL Himayat Nagar, Amberpet in Hyderabad, invented a milk overflow plug. A seventh standard student, Jayanthi Angothu of GBHS CPL Himayat Nagar, Amberpet in Hyderabad discovered the solar helmet.
Using digital technology to encourage people to learn about cybersecurity and raise awareness about the problem, T. Hasini, 14, from Khammam used the creative arts and digital technology to spread the cybersecurity message.
The session focused on amplifying the pathways of young girls, who use technology to innovate and advocate for digital transformation.
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