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The Talented Minds Of Jaipur Are Developing Applications For Transport Ministry


The IT (Information Technology) Talent of Jaipurites is now getting fame in the world. Many students from Jaipur have worked in finding the glitches in the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. The students have also developed many applications (Android, iOS, and Windows) for the better living. These young minds of the city of Jaipur are now developing application for the ministry of transportation.

IT sector in the city of Jaipur is at a boom. Engineers of Jaipur are now developing Android and Play Store apps. After looking at the interest and the nonpareil results of these Jaipur Students, the central government is assigning tasks to the young talent of the city. JECRC’s engineering students are now developing application for the transport ministry of India. According to the sources, the IT Department of the Transportation Ministry has assigned this work to the students of JECRC. To take the campaign of 'IT for Parivahan' a step forward, this step has been taken. The objective of this campaign is to make transportation easy with the help of technology. Ashutosh Sharma, coordinator, Center for Apps and Ideas, Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre told us that a team of three students is working on this project. In the team, third year under graduates Mr. Atul Modi, Mr. Aditya Gurjar and Ms. Divya Asija are working. The application will be delivered to the ministry by October end. The application will be launched for the Android users first.

With this, the students are all set to embark on their career with projects on Agriculture Department, Space Science Department and Women Association. The application for the women association is ready and the same will be launched at the end of this month.

 


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