Pranav Singh, a scholar of Bhaskaracharya Faculty Of Utilized Sciences, has developed an app that incorporates free examine materials for DU college students.
By Aprajita Sharad, New Delhi
UPDATED ON FEB 19, 2021 07:18 PM IST
The pandemic posed difficult instances in lives of most, however many children ensured that they use this as a possibility to convey forth the very best in them. One such exemplary story is of Pranav Singh, a scholar of BSc (Hons) at Bhaskaracharya Faculty Of Utilized Sciences, Delhi College, who used his time throughout the pandemic to learn his friends by growing an app named DU Waale: Examine Materials of Delhi College, which will be accessed by college students on the faucet of a finger.
With the assistance of this app, college students can obtain and add examine materials at no cost, at a time when it’s turning into troublesome to go to the library or borrow books from seniors. “Faculties had been closed amid the pandemic however on-line exams and on-line courses had been happening, and college students didn’t have all the mandatory examine materials to organize for the examination. Furthermore, many college students didn’t have secure web connection or sufficient broadband information to attend on-line courses. The libraries had been closed, photocopy and e book retailers on campus had been inaccessible as a result of many college students had to return to their dwelling cities. Various college students didn’t even have the cash to purchase books as a result of the pandemic had hit their mother and father financially. I wished to assist all these college students, and that impressed me to create this app, which we now have launched this month,” says Singh.
One of many downsides to having an internet campus has been the hole between seniors and juniors and the app helps bridge that hole to some extent. “Once we are on campus, it’s simple to move on our course books and notes to the juniors, however in an internet campus mode this has been a problem. Freshers even now don’t have sufficient information about examine sources and course construction so this app can be proving very useful for them by making it simple to know course buildings and supply all examine materials at no cost,” says Singh.
The app has had greater than 450 downloads already, and Singh plans to create audio books out of all of the accessible examine materials, to learn the visually impaired college students. “It took me almost three months to create this app, which is slowly discovering its reputation among the many campus children. Most customers are proud of it as they can get all books and former years’ query papers – every part at one place, and at no cost! I’m working to make the app extra consumer pleasant, in order that the scholars who aren’t tech savvy also can use it with none hesitation. I’ll attempt to present materials for many programs and topics, and also will introduce some new options by means of which college students can straight contact their seniors,” he provides.
Creator tweets @FizzyBuddha
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