College Life

Welcome to my project page, where I showcase my passion for innovation and problem-solving. During my ongoing college life, I have been fortunate to work on a diverse range of projects, exploring different fields and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. From cutting-edge software applications to hardware prototypes, my projects represent my curiosity, creativity, and desire to make a positive impact on the world.
Here, you’ll find a collection of my most exciting and impactful projects, each one representing countless hours of hard work, experimentation, and collaboration with some of the brightest minds in my field.
Whether you’re a fellow student, a prospective employer, or simply someone who shares my passion for technology and innovation, I invite you to explore my projects.
So sit back, buckle up, and join me on this exciting journey of discovery and growth.

Travel Guide App

This is the video showcasing my first project in college, the Travel Guide app. Developed by a team of four, we began working on this app on 19th October, 2022 with the goal of creating an all-in-one solution for travellers. The app is designed to cater to every need of a traveller, from booking tickets to finding the best sightseeing places, and everything in between.
In this video, you'll see a detailed walkthrough of the app's features and functionalities, including its intuitive interface, advanced search capabilities, and seamless booking process. We're proud to say that our app has received positive feedback from users and experts alike, and we've even filed a patent for our innovative approach to travel planning.
If you're someone who loves to travel and wants to make the most of your adventures, then we urge you to watch this video and see for yourself why the Travel Guide app is the ultimate tool for any traveller. So sit back, relax, and join us on a journey through the exciting world of travel and technology.

Application of Photocatalysis

I am thrilled to showcase our team's first prize-winning review paper on the Applications of Photocatalysis, presented at the prestigious International Conference on Chemical and Environmental Sciences (ICCAES) 2022. Along with three other team members, we started to research and compile this comprehensive review paper from 3rd November, 2022, which highlights the numerous potential applications of photocatalysis in various industries.
During the event, we had the opportunity to present our findings through a powerful online PowerPoint Presentation, which you can access through the link provided. Additionally, we've also shared the link to the review paper itself, which provides a detailed overview of our research.

Link to the Powerpoint Presentation
Link to the Review Paper

Aerial Forest Ranger

I along with three others have filed a patent for this innovation. We came first with this project in Smart Maker Festival,2023 and Enginious,2023.
This innovation relates to a system and method for automated forest monitoring using drones and computer algorithms. The system comprises a drone that captures images of the forest and a server that receives the images and processes them using built-in computer algorithms. The algorithm detects the presence of animals, counts their numbers, and classifies them into two categories. Additionally, the system detects forest fires, poaching related activities, and deforestation. The server generates alerts in real-time, enabling authorities to take necessary actions promptly. The system's unique feature is its ability to automate forest monitoring making it easier and cost-effective to detect and prevent forest-related crimes. The system provides an efficient way to monitor and protect the forest's biodiversity, allowing authorities to take proactive steps to prevent environmental damage. The system's automation reduces the need for manual intervention, making it more reliable and consistent. The potential applications include monitoring wildlife populations, detecting forest fires, and preventing deforestation.

Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Advanced Line Following Bot

I am excited to share our team's project – an advanced line following bot equipped with five infrared (IR) sensors that enable it to follow a black track with precision. The sensors are arranged in a + shape, allowing the bot to detect the direction of the track and any deviations from it.
But that's not all – our bot is also capable of making U-turns when it reaches the end of a track, allowing it to continue following the track in the opposite direction. It can also analyze sensor readings to make decisions at cross junctions, enabling it to navigate complex paths with multiple intersections and continue following the track without any human intervention.
We're proud to have created a bot that showcases the capabilities of advanced sensor technology and autonomous decision-making. Our project demonstrates the potential for these technologies to revolutionize industries such as logistics, manufacturing, and transportation. Check out our video for a closer look at our bot in action!

Remote Controlled Rover

Tool for Monitoring Ground Personnel

This is my project for the Kavach Hackathon - a tool for monitoring ground personnel. With the aim of improving the safety and accountability of personnel working in various Bandobasts, we four have created a portable hardware device that utilizes LoRa technology and Mesh Network topology to transmit attendance data and location information to a central hub. This hub is then connected to an application server accessible to supervisory authorities, allowing for real-time monitoring of personnel. Cybersecurity protocols have been implemented to ensure the protection of sensitive data. The potential applications of this project are numerous and can greatly improve the efficiency and safety of ground personnel in various fields.