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24 Amazing Innovations From India's Young Minds

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 27 November 2012, 13:50 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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#2 Glove with in-built mobile phone

Rohan Jolly
Class 7, Angel School, Delhi

Rohan's grandparents live in Kashmir and he visits them during vacations, the cold weather made gloves indispensable, but Rohan found it difficult to hold the phone while wearing gloves.

"The mobile sometimes get covered with snow and water entered inside, damaging it," he explains.

He thought of solving these problems by fixing the phone within the gloves, so you can talk comfortably while remaining warm.

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#1 Shirt that wakes you up

Jatin Kumar Bhoi
Class 9, KK High School, Sundergarh, Odisha

Jatin found it difficult to remain awake while studying, and it landed him in problems especially during exams.

He came up with the idea of a special shirt with a mechanism for making sure that the person wearing it remains awake and also it is to have buttons that can tell time.

When asked about this idea, he replied, "I don't know right now but will think of something once I grow up."

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1: Excellent collection of bright innovative ideas by children. As Einstein put it, IDEAS RURE THE WORLD. Creativity, innovation and invention are the pillars of society. I find the Science exhibits put up at Science Fairs are of top order in some cases. The IQ of present generation is quite high. We have to nurture the innovative spirit in children so that it blossoms for major breakthroughs.
Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India
Posted by:Anumakonda - 27 Nov, 2012