Responsible Artificial Intelligence for Youth Program: Out of 14 students selected from aspiring districts of the country, 7 students from Mahasamund district
Raipur, 12 January 2021
In collaboration with the well-known software company Intel in the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of the Central Government, a Responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Youth program has been started for the students studying in class 6th to 12th in the government schools of the country. In this, out of the total 14 students selected from the aspirational districts of the country, 7 students have been selected from the Government Kuldeep Nigam Higher Secondary School, Narra, in Bagbahra, block development of Mahasamund district. All these students have been given one laptop each by the Union Ministry for the second phase. Along with this, a recharge coupon has also been provided to ensure that the online training of students goes on smoothly.
It is noteworthy that under the Responsible AI for Youth program, science teachers and 37 students of Government Higher Secondary School Narra completed the Artificial Intelligence course in the first phase, after that all the students used Artificial Intelligence to solve their society's problems. Send the idea to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
Were. Out of the ideas received from across the country, 100 ideas were selected for the second phase on 12 January.
Out of total 9 students selected for Phase-2 from Chhattisgarh, 7 students of Kuldeep Nigam Higher Secondary School, Narra, Block-Bagbahara, Government of the same school in Mahasamund district have been selected. One student each has been selected from Government Girls Higher Secondary School Raipur and Government School Bemetara.
School Education Department official said that when the schools were closed at the time of lockdown in June, thousands of children of the state registered themselves for the program and received online training. The training was imparted by an Intel expert engineer, after which the problem solving ideas were invited from the selected students.
Selected students from Vaishav Devangan, Dheeraj Yadav, Ghanshyam Nishad, Yamuna Yadav, Himanshi Dewangan, Parameshwari Yadav and Gopika Dewangan are among the selected students from the government Kuldeep Nigam Higher Secondary School, Narra, in Bagbahra, the development block of Chhattisgarh's aspirational district Mahasamund. Apart from this, Anjali Nirmalkar, a student of Government Higher Secondary School Langewara District Bemetara and Ankita Namdev of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Raipur, have also been selected.