Winners of Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2019 announced




The winners of the tenth edition of the Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) have been announced. The winners were recognised at an awards’ gala presided over by Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport & Highways; Ministry of  Shipping and Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), India; Pratap Chandra Sarangi, Minister of State for Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Fisheries and MSME, India; and R.P. Singh, National Secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The event was held on February 27, 2020 at NDMC Convention Centre, New Delhi.

Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) was initiated in 2010 by Aegis School of Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecom to recognize young top brains who has potential to grow as technology leaders; start-up founders; innovators; entrepreneurs; intra entrepreneurs who are transforming the lives of millions of Indians by their work in the fields of education, ICT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data science, Internet of Things (IoT), Smart city, Telecom, Mobile, Health, eCommerce, Blockchain, Fintech, Cloud, social good, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Governance, MSME, , Transportation, Retail, Cyber Security, and many more. AGBA is supported by NITI Aayog, Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), Telecom Centres of Excellence (TCOE) and powered by mUni Campus.

Nitin Gadkari, the chief guest, commented: “Congratulations to the winners, finalists and also the Aegis team for encouraging the innovators and their work. I would like to reiterate the innovators to concentrate more on rural, agricultural, tribal areas and on the world’s import substitute and improve the export. There is no dearth of innovation in India, and so in the world market I want our talent to be highlighted in innovation, skill, technology and entrepreneurship. To make India super economic and to achieve the 5 trillion economy goal we need to concentrate on the research and development.”

Gadkari recognized the 20 talented students who were provided with a 100% scholarship to study 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 association with IBM. The winners were selected through Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) National Talent Hunt from across the country who has the potential to grow as leaders in Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security.

Pratap Chandra Sarangi, said: “This award is named after Graham Bell and it is recognition to young talents who inspires other entrepreneurs, scientists, and technocrats to work and strive hard towards excellence”

He also appreciated the technocrats saying: “You are all experts and so all your expertise should be put together to achieve the national goal and to achieve the 5 trillion common goal we should make all efforts in the same direction”

The award day started with ‘Innovators Talk’ and a keynote address by Mr. Sonam Wangchuk, an Indian engineer, innovator and education reformist. He is the founding-director of the Students’ Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh (SECMOL), as well as panel discussions and key talks around the theme “India at the power of innovations” by various innovative pioneers and learned orators.

Below are the winners and finalists for the 10th AGBA:

 

Innovation in Data Science
Intelligence Node

 

Innovation in Artificial Intelligence
LivNSense Technologies

 

Innovation in Clean Tech
Mudita & Radhesh pvt.ltd.

 

Innovation in Governance Tech
NxtGen Datacenter & Cloud Technologies Pvt Ltd

 

Innovation in Health Tech
Xcellence in Bio Innovations and Technologies

 

Innovation in Internet of Things
Letstrack

 

Innovative Smart City Solution
Bharti Infratel

 

Innovation in Transport Tech
Yulu Bikes

 

Innovation in FinTech
Finnew Solutions

 

Innovation in eCommerce
Niki Ai

 

Innovation in Blockchain
Wipro

 

Innovation in Consumer Tech
Bobble AI

 

Innovation in Robotic Process Automation
Hethi

 

Innovation in Cloud
Parallel Wireless

 

Innovative Mobile App for Consumers
ShareChat
Uber Technologies

 

Application for Social Good
Reliance Foundation

 

Innovation in EdTech
Simplilearn Solutions
Odo Technologies

 

Innovation in Cyber Security
WiJungle

 

Telecom Infrastructure
Ramboll India

 

Innovative Telecom Product
C-DOT

Bhupesh Daheria, CEO of Aegis School of Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecom and Founder of Aegis Graham Bell Awards said: “Congratulations to the AGBA winners and finalists. It’s very important for India to recognize the innovators as they are the major drivers of the economic growth. Participating firms alone at AGBA and innovators contributed hugely by employment generation of over 8 lakhs+; 65000+ crores revenue and raised investment over 6000+ crores.”

He also congratulated the 20 talented students who are selected through AGBA National Talent Hunt and who will get a 100% scholarship for courses in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. He said, “With the AGBA talent hunt we want to identify and nurture the future technology leaders”

Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecommunication was founded in the year 2002 with support from Bharti Airtel to develop cross functional technology 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 programs are jointly certified and delivered by Aegis School of Business in association with IBM. Aegis is the number One School of Data Science. Aegis takes up various industry projects, research and consulting assignments in the field of data science under its initiative ‘Data Science Delivered’ and ‘Data Science for social good’, and helping organizations for devolving skills on data science, ML, DL, Big Data, Analytics etc.

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