Device Faculty’s ‘Nepal IoT Problem’ for college kids showing for Magnificence 12 tests


Kathmandu. Softwareka College in Dilli Bazaar, Kathmandu has announced ‘Nepal IoT Challenge’ in collaboration with Coventry University, UK, targeting students who have appeared for Class XII examinations.

Students can participate in this competition in groups to showcase their talents. To participate in the competition, a group of five members can register. After that, the registered groups should participate in the 10-day free boot camp organized by the college.

The students of Software College have so far built drones, smart homes, electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, traffic management systems, smart agriculture, smart parking, flood detection, smart security, fire control robots and many more. Students who can make something like this or are interested or thinking will be able to participate in the competition.

Necessary training related to the competition will be given in the boot camp. After completing the training, you will have to complete your IoT project with your group and submit it, and the three best projects will have the opportunity to win attractive cash prizes.

The first place winner will receive a cash prize of Rs 50,000. Similarly, the second and third place winners will receive Rs 30,000 and Rs 20,000 respectively.

To participate in the program https://forms.gle/69QHGBNJuGE2D6NV6 You can register your group by following this link.





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