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All India Council for Technical Schooling (AICTE) proclaims the finale of The Inventors Problem 2023 in collaboration with Arm Schooling and STMicroelectronics

The Authorities of India has been targeted on creating the nation’s semiconductor ecosystem and catalysing India’s quickly increasing electronics manufacturing {industry}. These efforts will allow innovation and India’s emergence as a world hub for electronics manufacturing and design. The Inventors Problem contest is an effort in the direction of nurturing school and college students’ capabilities in semiconductor and know-how innovation.

The Inventors Problem 2023 was a workforce occasion which noticed 1,370 concepts submitted based mostly on the United Nations’ International Targets , with over 80 groups receiving developer boards from STMicroelectronics for prototyping their concepts.

8 groups had been introduced as winners of The Inventors Problem 2023 on 20th November,2023

“The Inventors Problem -2023 reiterated our perception on the significance of the industry-academia information sharing. The initiative was effectively acquired and the suggestions from individuals has additional strengthened our perception to proceed such interactions, these interactions with Trade exposes educational ecosystem to technological improvements,” stated, Prof. T.G. Sitharam, Chairman, AICTE

We’re happy to run The Inventor’s Problem as soon as once more this 12 months along with AICTE & Arm, we imagine it will strengthen fostering innovation and pave the way in which for beneficial partnerships to counterpoint the native ecosystem, “statedVivek Sharma, Managing Director, India, STMicroelectronics

“At Arm we imagine within the energy of know-how to construct a greater world for everybody. Larger and additional schooling establishments have a pivotal function to play in enabling know-how innovation within the semiconductor ecosystem, and we work intently with educational, {industry} and authorities companions to drive technological developments that may have a optimistic impression.  Big congratulations to this 12 months’s winners and we sit up for seeing how their improvements will assist progress towards the United Nations’ International Targets,” added, Guru Ganesan, President, Arm India

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