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TelanganaNIT Warangal students develop ‘Amruth Bharath App’

NIT Warangal students develop ‘Amruth Bharath App’

Published: 15th Jul 2021 11:50 pm

Warangal: The tech team of the Center for Innovation and Incubation (CII), National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal, developed ‘Amruth Bharath App’ a user-friendly platform that will help users explore languages and in turn spread the message of unity as the app showcases six languages, Hindi, English, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Tamil.

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According to NIT Director Prof NV Ramana Rao, this app is the first step towards enhancing interaction amongst States and bringing down barriers, eventually achieving unity and intra-State development in all parts of the country since it is a land of great linguistic diversity since time immemorial.

“In line with Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav, a festive initiative taken up by the Union government on the occasion of the upcoming 75th Independence Day, a tech team that included eight students developed the app,” Ramana Rao said.

S Goverdhan Rao, Registrar, NITW, said the active participation of students of the National Institute of Technology who come from different parts of the country will definitely meet the purpose of spreading unity across the nation.

The Dean, students welfare, Prof J V Ramana Murthy explained that languages featured in the app are divided into five modules that make learning easy and efficient. These modules cover categories like introductory small talk, food, market, travel, and proverbs. The best aspect of this app is that the learning modules are based on everyday conversations. The tech team was led by Dr Sreehari Rao, faculty in charge of the CII, NITW. “It is now meant for only students of the NITW (around 6,000). It is likely to be made available to the general public after the upcoming Independence Day,” a faculty member told Telangana Today.

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