The scholar was M Shwetha, a fourth 12 months scholar of M.Sc (Software Systems) of Sri Krishna Arts and Science College.
She had developed the mannequin of an embankment and the way the reproduction may assist stop lack of life and property if there have been a breach.
An embankment is the soil on the periphery of the pure water our bodies that shield individuals from any water overflowing into the adjoining areas. If there’s a breach within the embankment it might probably trigger loss to life and property, Shwetrha stated on the hackathon.
This hazard will be warded off whether it is identified when the subsequent breach goes to happen, she stated.
With the assistance of machine studying, students can examine the breach sample and predict it, and assist the federal government in taking preventive measures. Support of the native residents in taking pictures of embankments and importing them on the portal alongside with info of breaches will help avert pure disasters in time, the coed stated.
Greeting her with a ‘vanakkam’, Modi requested Shwetha to put together a coaching mannequin on embankment and take the thought and the presentation to Central Water Commission for implementation.
Another scholar from PSG College of Technology M Kundan defined about his work on safety and surveillance and demonstrated a chatbot he had designed to take complaints from the general public to a police station with out going there bodily. Presently, many individuals don’t report crimes due to stigma and concern of going to police stations and it’s right here the appliance might be helpful, he stated.
The Prime Minister recommended Kundan to develop the chatbot in all regional languages as widespread individuals can use expertise.
Chairperson and managing trustee of Sri Krishna Institutions S Malarvizhi, its CEO Dr Ok Sundararaman and principal Dr J Janet had been current on the session. Sri Krishna Institutions is the one nodal centre in Tamil Nadu chosen for interplay with the Prime Minister.