Congratulations to the Students of MIT Pune’s MIT School of Telecom Management for establishing their First enterprise product called ‘Red-Energia’, under the MITSOT Incubation centre.
For ‘Easy-Patho – An Android based Mobile Technology for the use of Blood Analysis in Pathology’, the students of MITSOT were feted with a trophy, certificate and collected a Prize of Rs. 1 Lac atIIT Mumbai, from the President of Computer Society of India. In a fiercely fought contest saw over 5000 students of over 50 colleges from 25 cities across the country, ‘Easy-Patho’ was conferred the award of ‘Best Business Potential Application Idea’, across all-India competitors.
A team of MITSOT students- Mr. Swapnil Joshi, Mr. Rasik Jangilwar and Mr. Gaurav Gujare presented ‘A unique project at the Techunt Grand Finale, organized by Nurture Talent Academy and the Computer Society of India in association with E-cell of IIT Mumbai, on 6th of December 2013.
Medical facilities in interiors of India are still a major concern in our country. However, when it comes to Young Innovative minds, India has the greatest potential. At IIT Mumbai, the above event, thousands of budding entrepreneurs pitched their business plans along with ‘Unique’ ideas, in the Healthcare Sector.
The students were guided by Prof. Archana Deshpande and Prof. Makarand Hardas who guided and mentored them throughout the contest.
This is another feather in the cap of MIT Group of Institutions, Pune.
Let us Congratulate the MITSOT students who have brought another accolade for us