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Maker's Carnival.


JU Makerspace is North India’s first student-driven collaborative and innovative cell of JECRC University, Jaipur. It is well equipped with tools and equipment that attracts students with an aptitude for creativity and innovation.

Recently, Makers of JUMakerspace got chance to host it’s very first Carnival, called Maker's Carnival, which provided an open platform for Makers across India to join and showcase their talents, on 20th and 21st December, 2022 at JECRC University, Jaipur.

With 40+ Projects, 11+ Drones, 6 Institutions, a 4500+ Footfall of School and College Students, 240+ Participants, 11 Different Workshops, 3 Startup Sessions, and a Prize Pool of upto 1 lakh rupees!

With various workshopson drones, on 3-D printing to getting hands on experiences on augmented reality and virtual reality, the young minds enjoyed the expert talks that went from how to initiate ideas to explaining journey of taking your project as product out in market.

With all the motivating and learning sessions, by the evening we also kept a jamming session.

Following speakers were present at the carnival-

1. Mr. Peeyush Maharshi -     GM - ITC Infotech,

2. Mr. Aryan Singh -               Founder TensaX Innovation Lab,

3. Mr. Akash Kumar Kirori -    Founder and CEO North Electric Vehicle,

4. Mr. Anand Kirori -               DevOps/Cloud Architect at The Boston Consulting Group

5. Unmit Mittal -                      Business content creator

We had a variety of projects in the project display, including survey drones, IOT water plant monitoring systems, go-karts, smart agriculture bots, duphy ducks etc.

The following were winning projects-

1. THUNDERBOLT (by Poornima College of Engineering), which won the cash prize of Rs.50,000.

2. FLOOR CLEANING ROBOT (by SKIT), which received a cash prize of Rs.30,000.

3. VOICE CONTROLLED ARM ROBOT (by Arya College), which received a cash prize of Rs.20,000.

We also had one unique prize for a remarkable 9-year-old girl Manshika Dubey. The young maker displayed her project KID SAFETY BAND that improved child safety and took home a cash prize of Rs. 10,000.   

The two main attendees of the Maker's Carnival were Neerja Modi School and the Khoj TT College.

This occasion serves as a tangible proof that innovation knows no age restrictions. All ages, from 10 to over 60, had a great time at this enormous carnival put on by JUMakerspace.