Wings to imaginative children:Indian children refuse to live with problems unsolved indefinitely


Mohd tawseefMohammad Tawseef from Jammu & Kashmir could not attend school regularly during the last academic session due to the 15 surgeries that he had to undergo. His pain did not deter him from thinking about how he could change the lives of people and to begin with he chose the problem his mother faced persistently. He came up with the idea of a rice cooker that can detect insects or other impurities in rice when it is being cooked. Many times, pebbles and other impure particles get cooked with rice and other food grains in spite of being washed. Tawseef suggests a vessel with sensors, which can indicate the presence of pebbles or similar impurities in rice or other food grains being cooked.

cooking vessel


Visiting Faculty, IIM Ahmedabad & IIT Bombay and an independent thinker, activist for the cause of creative communities and individuals at grassroots, tech institutions and any other walk of life committed to make this world a more creative, compassionate and collaborative place