Bangalore: School students in the age group of 10-13 years will design mobile applications on Android platform in a countrywide contest.

“Students from schools across the country will participate in the first all-India Android mobile applications (app) design competition,” Global Discovery Academy’s chief product officer Vipul Redey said, reports IANS.
“The contest has been designed to develop the thought process of students by exploring and generating their own unique concepts,” Redey said. The students will also compete in creating problem-solving applications in the areas of social concerns like environment, education, health, nutrition and civic amenities. The academy will provide training on mobile phone programming.
In the three-stage contest, a participant has to describe to the academy by September 1, the app he/she will design and develop to serve a specific social cause, its functions and user engagement.

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