“Panchhi” App: Ordinarily, developing a mobile application is not an exceptional circumstance but how the app actually serves for public safety or in other sectors matters. There are many events organised every year for students connected with the technological field of interest to assess their abilities and their advanced software. Such an event – titled as “Hackathon” had been framed up for two days (on 10th and 11th October) in the Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering (BVCOE) – an All India Council for Technological Education (AICTE) approved college in Paschim Vihar, New Delhi and affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.
Hackathon news: “Panchhi” App by students, an assist for women safety
There are 25 teams of students competed in the Hackathon from colleges and Universities across the country and abroad as well. The 24 hours program theme was based on the “Smart Habitat”, an advantageous and distinct from the government’s ambitions of smart city and smart village.
There are a total of 200 students selected from the earlier levels which were grouped in 25 teams. One of the teams from the Jaypee Institute of Information Technology led by Harsh developed a mind-blowing application for a social assist. The group developed a Panchhi App which can be used for women safety as it can make distress calls whenever it’s been shaken or dropped. The Harsh and the team has evolved an exceptional app which would be a much serviceable for women protection.
Another team from India, Tanya and team from Indira Gandhi Delhi Technological University unfolded an application which can be used to minimise the food wastage. How it can reduce the same?. The app can notify the user about the food going musty.
Tanya was quoted, declaring in the statement that the food wastage is a grave concern and thus we decided to develop such a mobile application which can be utilised to diminish the wastage.