Winners and finalists for the 11th Edition of Aegis Graham Bell Awards (Virtual) declared



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Mar 02, 2021 18:25 IST

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 2 (ANI/NewsVoir): Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) is an initiative Aegis School of Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecom and powered by mUni Campus to acknowledge younger brains who has the potential to develop as know-how leaders; start-up founders; innovators; entrepreneurs; intra entrepreneurs who’re remodeling the lives of thousands and thousands of Indians by their work within the fields of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
The 11th AGBA is supported by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India; NITI Aayog, Skill India, Maharashtra State Innovation Society & National Informatics Centre Services Incorporated; FICCI because the chamber accomplice. AGBA helps the women and girls by Safe N Happy Periods.
At the occasion, Union Cabinet Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Minister in Ministry of Jal Shakti and H Minister of State Pratap Chandra Sarangi, Minister of State for Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), acknowledged eight proficient college students from throughout India, who had been supplied with a 100 per cent scholarship to check Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Data Science; PGP in Applied AI, Machine Learning & Deep Learning and PGP in Cyber Security from Aegis School of Data Science & Cyber Security in affiliation with IBM.
Union Cabinet Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat just about addressed the innovators and organizers and mentioned, “I would like to congratulate the winners and finalists of the 11th AGBA and would also like to thank the Aegis School of Business, Data Science and Cyber Security that have not only encouraged new talents who are working for India but have created a robust avenue for their growth and continuity. I also congratulate the Jury members who have identified and shortlisted upcoming individuals in the field of education, ICT, AI, Data Science, health governance, MSME, Agriculture, etc and who are enriching the lives of lakhs of Indians through their valuable contributions and taking India towards Atmanirbhar Bharat.”
Minister of State Pratap Chandra Sarangi mentioned, “I congratulate you all who have organized the award and the award winners who are the future of India and are expected to create history. I m sure I may not inspire you, but I am inspired by you. This is a great tribute to the scientist Alexander Graham Bell, the father of telephony and thank you to all the supporting Minitrial partners of AGBA.
The technology explosion is taking place every day and I am sure these young innovators will create history and not only run after jobs but will create jobs with their limitless potentiality. I congratulate all the young innovative minds and young innovators and students.”
Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) mentioned, “I congratulate all the 8 winners of Aegis Graham Bell National Talent Hunt Phase 1, 2021. I hope all of them will create great startups, become great entrepreneurs and provide jobs rather than seeking jobs.”
The winners and finalists of the 11th AGBA
Winners

Innovative Telecom Solution – Jio Platforms (Jio Coverage Platform); Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Telecom – Vodafone Idea (AI Powered Telecom Network operation and upkeep); 5G innovation – Jio Platforms (Cloud native 5G core); Innovation in Telecom Infrastructure – ATC India (Flexible Solar panels on Telecom Monopole construction); Innovative Mobile App for Consumers – Public App (newest updates of your metropolis by quick movies); Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Life Science – LivNSense Technologies (AI-Powered Digital Chemical Reactors); Combat COVID-19 with Artificial Intelligence – St. Luke Health System (Leveraging Data and AI to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic); Innovation in Cloud – Moglix (iCAT a “Made in India” cloud SaaS innovation); Innovation in Data Science – Rubiscape (A Comprehensive information science platform with no coding); Innovation in Artificial Intelligence – Logically (Misinformation and the Indian Election) and Devnagri (AI-powered Human Translation Platform); Innovation in Cyber Security – Unisys (Stealth (core)); Innovation in Blockchain – AVA Labs (Avalanche Protocol); Innovation in FinTech – Khatabook (Digitally Enabling Bharat’s MSME Segment); Innovation in AgTech – Urdhvam (Borecharger); Innovation in EdTech – Analyttica Datalab (Analyttica Datalab LEAPS); Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Retail – IBM (Fabric AI for Supplychain) and Stylumia (Trend Forecasting & Demand Sensing).
Innovative diagnostic options – OncoStem Diagnostics (CanAssist Breast); Innovation in Internet of Things – Dozee (India 1st Contactless Health Tracker); Innovative preventive measures to Combat COVID-19 – Navork improvements (Avran); Innovative distant working options – VMware (VMware Workspace One); Innovative lockdown administration resolution for Corporate – Birlasoft (intelliOpen); Innovative logistics administration options – Shadowfax (detecting masks and sanitizers in selfies); Innovative medical tools – Nocca Robotics (High circulation oxygen remedy gadget); Innovative digital transformation – HDFC Life (Computer Vision at HDFC Life); Innovation in Transport Tech – Swiggy (Combination of AI) and Anil Goel’s Ways – Next Generation Tolling Platform; Innovation in Renewable Energy – Energy Vault (Gravity Energy Storage); Innovation in Enterprise Automation – Codegrip (Automated Code Review Tool); Innovation in Enterprise Solution – Quintype (Quintype Platform); AI powered innovation for Enterprise – Zensar (Vinci : Zensar’s AIOps platform); Jury Choice Award – Skyroot Aerospace (Vikram Launch Vehicle Series) and Amal World (Smart hygience for Women with Autism & handicaped throughout COVID-19) and Planys Technologies (Underwater Robots/Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) for asset).
Finalists
Innovative Telecom Solution – Cisco and Sterlite Technologies Limited; Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Telecom – Jio Platforms; 5G innovation – Cellwize and PureSoftware; Innovation in Telecom Infrastructure – ATC India and Parallel Wireless; Innovative Mobile App for Consumers – Mitron TV and Atmanirbhar app; Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Life Science – Larsen & Toubro Infotech; Combat COVID-19 with Artificial Intelligence – Quantiphi and Salcit Technologies; Innovation in Cloud – Vmware and Zensar; Innovation in Data Science – Thoucentric Labs (PrediQ) and Thoucentric Labs (ValueVision); Innovation in Artificial Intelligence – Entropik Technologies; Innovation in Cyber Security – Siemens and ST Telemedia Global Data Centres; Innovation in Blockchain – Jio Platforms; Innovation in FinTech – CityCash and inVOID; Innovation in AgTech – FarmERP and Eggoz; Innovation in EdTech – Entropik Technologies and Testbook; Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Retail – SAP Labs India; Innovative diagnostic options – Agappe Diagnostics and Briota Technologies; Innovation in Internet of Things – Nokia and Tata Communication; Innovative preventive measures to Combat COVID-19 – PraanaPoorna Collective and Mariam Tek; Innovative distant working options – Wipro and Zensar; Innovative lockdown administration resolution for Corporate – Wipro and LTI; Innovative logistics administration options – SAP Labs India and Pitney Bowes; Innovative medical tools – Bliss N Style and Absstem Technologies; Innovative digital transformation – Oppo & One Click Technologies and Zensar; Innovation in Transport Tech – Anil Goel’s Wayz – Next Generation Mobility Platform; Innovation in Renewable Energy – Chakr Innovation and Sistema Bio; Innovation in Enterprise Automation – Grene Robotics and Jio Platforms; Innovation in Enterprise Solution – Moglix and Airtel Business; AI powered innovation for Enterprise – Icertis and Siemens.
The eight college students who had been supplied with a 100 per cent scholarship:

Bhupesh Daheria, CEO of Aegis School of Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecom and Founder of AGBA mentioned, “I would like to thank the Jury to put in efforts to identify and shortlist the winners and finalists and the way the award has been identified by the Juries who have come from academia, Government, industry stalwarts, top institutions to identify the winners transparently without any biases. Congratulation to all the winners and even to the finalists who have done great innovations. Also, extending my gratitude to Ministry partners and other partners who have supported the 11th AGBA.”
From mUni Campus, Ameeya Mehta, President, mUni Campus Inc USA, Daljeet Saran, Director, Alliance & Strategy, mUni Campus Inc USA and Manish Chhajed, Founder, SEP Ventures offered the mUni Campus seagull present coupons to struggle the expertise acquisition want in right now’s age.
Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecommunication was based within the yr 2002 with assist from Bharti Airtel to develop cross-functional know-how leaders. In 2015, Aegis and IBM collaborated to launch, India’s first Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Data Science, Business Analytics and Big Data and later in 2017 PGP in Cyber Security. These applications are collectively licensed and delivered by Aegis School of Business in affiliation with IBM. Aegis is the primary faculty in Data Science.
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