Meerut : One has to agree to the fact that crime against women has been increasing day by day and it is important track these crimes too and a 32 year old school drop out has done the much important innovation needed these days.
Yes Shyam Chaurasia, had to drop out of school in 2006 following his father’s death in 2000 yet his creative thinking made him to develop tiny device that will help in checking crime against women. This tiny device can be fitted into jewellery and has a GPS system and a nanochip which, when triggered, can send an alarm to a target mobile phone of the police or a relative.
On the eve of World Women’s Day Shyam termed it as a ‘gift to women’. He developed the device at the Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology and
Initially found by the management of the institute, Shayam Chaurasia was given platform to work on his idea at Atal Community Innovation Center. Atal Community Innovation Centre was established under Niti Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission
Chaurasia was spotted by the management of the institute and was provided a platform to work upon his idea at the Atal Community Innovation Centre, which was established under Niti Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission.
Puneet Agarwal, vice-chairman, MIET Group of institutions, said,