APP with 50 native languages is helping farmers understand techniques.
Engineering students enjoy their graduation years to the fullest. Not only do they spend time making their days memorable, but they also make it a point that their future glows brighter. They come up with various ideas at different levels of their graduation. They learn from college fests, organising events at the college level, take lessons from the college cafeteria, library, labs, and what not! Whatever college gives them, they put it to great use and in most cases, they not only work for their own cause but also keep in mind, the community needs. One such engineering student from Lovely Professional University has been bringing immense change in the lives of skilled graduates as well as farmers. Sai Abhinay Chepuri is an inspiration to many emerging graduates out there.
A native of Karimnagar, Sai Abhinay Chepuri, a 21-year-old Telangana boy hails from a family of entrepreneurs. His father and grandfather both are businessmen as well as philanthropists. Abhinay grew up looking at their work and was inspired to help people in a way he can. Also, having born and brought up in Yangal in the Karimnagar district, Abhinay closely looked at farmers and their lives since childhood. He has also been an ardent lover of nature.
The Onset Of An Entrepreneurial Journey:
During his educational journey at Lovely Professional University, Abhinay was a part of the college's placement committee. It is there that he thought about starting his first venture "Make It Memorable" (MIM). He started this venture in 2018 and directed it to help skilled youth get jobs. MIM organised events that gave jobs to youth helping around 70 people find jobs. With an aim to contribute something to the farming fraternity, his entrepreneurial journey further continued with establishing another venture called ENVIROPROMISE. This venture is a result of several discussions on many ideas with his peers and college professors. This venture is aimed at helping farmers with modern agricultural practices. ENVIROPROMISE has a sub-brand called "Freshspouts" that sells farmers' produce. This startup has already helped 80 farmers across four states with urban farming techniques and the associated app that is made available in 50 native languages helps farmers understand organic farming techniques through artificial intelligence. The company has so far worked on 500 acres of land in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala. Thus, Abhinay's efforts have helped 25 Telangana farmers with about 185 acres of land.
Roadmap To The Path Ahead:
Abhinay is now eyeing the field of recycling technology. He is currently working on the idea of transforming plastic into brick. "We will start looking for funding from June. We have about 60 employees working in both the startups and once I complete my engineering, I plan to shift base to Hyderabad and hire more people once I set up my office here,” he said.
Education has been taking new shape with students realising the importance of their knowledge in catering to the advantage of the community. This is what is expected from every young person where they can pour in their vibrant thoughts and zestful actions for the betterment of society.
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