• [Round Three Winner: 5/8] N.M.Bhuja – Easy and Measure Free Geometrical Instruments

    [Round Three Winner: 5/8] N.M.Bhuja – Easy and Measure Free Geometrical Instruments

    Living Rise | March 5, 2012

    Measure free novel geometrical instruments are invented for the easy use of all the studying children across the globe to perform their geometrical exercises manually, which are all to be performed essentially as the part of their study during their education period.

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  • [Round Three Winner: 7/8] Shankey Poddar – Spot It

    [Round Three Winner: 7/8] Shankey Poddar – Spot It

    Living Rise | March 13, 2012

    This system will enable the users to search the shops where the product they wish to buy is available

  • [Round Three Winner: 6/8] Susanta Saren – EduBee – Interactions Unlimited (Knowledge Sharing Platform)

    [Round Three Winner: 6/8] Susanta Saren – EduBee – Interactions Unlimited (Knowledge Sharing Platform)

    Living Rise | March 8, 2012

    To make Student's online time productive and to overcome this social anxiety disorder we are going to launch EduBee under which each Educational Institute will get its own profile in this web based platform. It’s not just a social network but it will provide a world class Education facility and Environment to Engage, Involve and Organize students.

  • [Grand Finale Finalist: 1/18] Vishisht Bhatia – Rural BPO

    [Grand Finale Finalist: 1/18] Vishisht Bhatia – Rural BPO

    Living Rise | March 20, 2012

    “To me, Rise means to persevere, to rise above all...

  • [Grand Finale Finalist: 2/18] Vikrant and Vishant Baibhaw – Eco-Friendly Bags

    [Grand Finale Finalist: 2/18] Vikrant and Vishant Baibhaw – Eco-Friendly Bags

    Living Rise | March 20, 2012

    Meet Vikrant and Vishant Baibhaw, two brothers with a worthy cause. Vikrant and Vishant run an NGO in Varanasi called the “Helping Hand Society” (HHS), which works to keep unprivileged children in school and to encourage them to pursue basic and higher education.