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Four Telangana girls use digital technology to win hearts

Published: 31st Oct 2021 9:21 pm

Hyderabad: Four girls, who are making good use of technology to address few issues and making things convenient, were featured at the ‘Digital Generation – Our Generation’ virtual event organised as part of International Day of the Girl 2021.

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The digital girl innovators were scouted from Adilabad, Khammam, and Hyderabad, who used digital technology to innovate. Youngistaan Foundation brought together 400 people from across Telangana to attend the session on organised in collaboration with Telangana State Police, Women Safety Wing Telangana State and Telangana State Innovation Cell (TSIC).

An 18-year-old Gadila Anodha from KGBV Dahegaon, Adilabad shared her experience of using smartphone to efficiently improve her academics that helped in securing first position in the state DEECET examination.

Fourteen year-old student Roopa Janampalli from GBHS CPL Himayat Nagar, Amberpet in Hyderabad invented a milk-overflow stopper. A seventh standard student, Jayanthi Angothu from GBHS CPL Himayat Nagar, Amberpet in Hyderabad discovered Solar Helmet.

Using digital technology to encourage people to learn about cyber safety and create awareness about the issue, 14-year-old T. Hasini from Khammam used creative arts and digital technology to spread the message on cyber safety.

The session focused on amplifying the journeys of young girls, who are using technology to innovate and advocate digital transformation.

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