[In Images] First Batch ‘Samsung Innovation Campus’ Students in Bhubaneswar Graduate with Coding & Programming, AI & IoT

Samsung India held a  3-day Hackathon for Samsung Innovation Campus students in Bhubaneswar.  Student teams who are part of the Coding & Programming course took part in the Hackathon in which they developed codes based on problem statements given to them.


The students, who were mentored and trained at Central Tool Room & Training Center, Bhubaneswar, were presented with certificates at a ceremony. Student teams from the Coding & Programming course participated in the 3-day Hackathon in which they developed codes based on problem statements given to them.


The problem statements included topics such as developing a chatbot for e-governance support, an e-commerce website for handicrafts and artisan-based industries, a machine learning model to predict housing prices, a loan approval system, a plant leaf disease detection system using image classification, a home automation module and a social media platform for senior citizens. The teams presented their prototypes to a jury from Samsung R&D Institute, Noida and Central Tool Room & Training Center, Bhubaneswar.


“Samsung Innovation Campus has empowered me to feel confident enough to grab the opportunities that come my way. I always wanted to work in the tech domain but I was not sure if I had the right skillset. I don’t feel that anymore,” said Jyotsana Rani Tudu, a student at Samsung Innovation Campus.


Samsung India launched its Samsung Innovation Campus program at eight campuses across the country with the aim of upskilling 3,000 less-privileged youth in future tech domains such as AI, IoT, Big Data and Coding & Programming and helping them get relevant job placements.


Here’s a glimpse of all the excitement at hackathon in Delhi –








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