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10 Amazing Innovation of Atmanirbhar Bharat

Our Nation’s economic growth depends on our capacity to educate, innovate, and build. Long-term national investments in basic and applied research and development (R&D) play an important role in the flow of market-based innovations through a complex system that leverages the combined talents of scientists and engineers, entrepreneurs, business managers and industrialists.

These funds have led to everything from small entrepreneurial initiatives to growth in high technology industries with the concomitant employment of millions of workers. The large impact on employment results from innovation impacts not only in high tech enterprises but also in other industries that benefit from increased capabilities and productivity.

Development is the only way ahead said honorable PM Narendra Modi and on the same message today here I present all readers with full of Research and Innovations in this magazine.

Vanora: UV Sanitising Robot

The robotic platform, Vanora Robot was designed as a support system for the frontline fighters of the Covid-19. It is a fully functional unmanned robotic platform to disperse high doses of Type C Ultra Violet rays to destroy the structure of all Bacteria, Fungal Spores, and many types of Virus including various strains of Corona Virus.

Kaagaz Scanner

Kaagaz Scanner is a Document Scanner & Storage App that helps user digitize physical documents, so that they can easily be stored, accessed & shared. Kaagaz is free to use, has no ads, required no login, is secure & has a custom watermark feature. It is available in 7 languages – English Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, etc.


IIT Kanpur Incubated Start-ups i.e. Earthface Analytics Pvt. Ltd. & Kritsnam Technologies Pvt. Ltd. have developed a device, for analysing and monitoring water quality through easy to use colorimetric test-strip, based on smart-phone technology.


Imagineering Laboratory, IIT Kanpur has developed an Ultraviolet (UV) sanitizing product named SHUDH (Smartphone operated Handy Ultraviolet Disinfection Helper). The on/off, speed, and location of the product can be controlled remotely using your available smartphone while installing an android application. SHUDH has six UV lights of 15 Watts each that can be individually monitored from a distance. Initial testing has proved that the device at its full operation can disinfect a 10×10 squared feet room in about 15 minutes. The product innovators, Prof. J. Ramkumar, Dr. Amandeep Singh, Mr. Shivam Sachan believe that SHUDH can assist in killing the spread of coronavirus at the highly prone places such as hospitals, hotels, malls, offices, schools, etc.


Imagineering Lab IIT Kanpur in collaboration with Agnys Waste Management Private Limited (start-up at IIT Kanpur) has developed indigenous seed balls named BEEG (Biocompost Enriched Ecofriendly Globule). The initiative guided by Prof. J. Ramkumar has developed the seed balls comprising of an indigenous variety of seeds, compost, and clay.

Fabricating Microporous Elastomer Thin Films

With patented process, it is possible to fabricate microporous elastomer thin films (thicknesses between 0.150 to1 mm) especially made of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) with controlled monomodal pore size distributions (pore diameter=2-5µm) wherein ethyl acetate is used as the diluent and water as the porogen. This innovative process is a simple, scalable and low-cost technique having high reproducibility where small pores in the thin films allow air and water to be circulated; can block bacteria and viruses and have many advantages over existing techniques.


Noccarc V310 Nocca Robotics, an incubatee company of SIIC IIT Kanpur took up the challenge to design and develop a fully functional indigenous ICU ventilator in collaboration with SIIC. Noccarc V310, an advanced ICU Ventilator with top of the line specifications was developed and


Disprz is now officially the #1 eLearning App in India.This is an incredible win for all of us and we are proud to have built ‘Disprz’ together piece by piece each day while striving towards reaching the zenith by disrupting the traditional business model in the Enterprise L&D industry.This win is a step towards achieving our mission of enabling every person advance at work and life, through the best technology-led, scientifically-backed learning experiences.


Experience Maps, Navigation, Tracking & Location Analytics all in one app. Maps- Professionally created detailed map of India with ISRO’s Bhuvan Satellite view. Advanced 3D maps with location information.


A team of engineering students from IIT Bombay, NIT Srinagar, and Islamic University of Science & Technology (IUST), Awantipora, Pulwama, Jammu, and Kashmir has come up together and developed a low-cost ventilator named ‘Ruhdaar’ using locally available material to fight against COVID19. Project head Zulqarnain, a first-year student of Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay who teamed up with his friends P. S Shoib, Asif Shah, and Shakar Nehvi from IUST, Awantipora, and Majid Koul from NIT Srinagar designed the ventilator. Further, he took assistance from the Design Innovation Centre (DIC) at IUST to design the low-cost ventilator using locally available materials.Initially, the team aimed to replicate a tried and tested design, but they ended was developing their own design of the ventilator.

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