In 2015,at the age of 17, Meghana founded Make The World Wonderful (NGO) to reach her vision. Deciding to raise a generation of children in an empowering culture of harmony, she started a scalable pilot project with 50 underprivileged children. In just 2 years, the success of her work earned her over 1,00,000+ supporters from 80+ countries. Meghana and her team are now gearing up to set up 2,500 fully operational centers by 2023, because they believe every child counts.
25 year old Engineer and Entrepreneur Vijay Varada applies 3D Printing to solve problems, from creating accessibility devices for visually challenged to setting up Wind Turbines in Antarctica. He Co-founded fracktal Works, a company that manufactures 3D printers: devices that create physical objects from digital files. His mission is to make this technology accessable in order to help the makers, engineers, architects, designers build a better future for all mankind.
Designing two major futuristic products “Mount to a Cieling Fan” & “Atmospheric Water Generator” which could save electricity and help generate water in rural households, Chandra Sekhar won the Youngest Innovator Award. He was a grade 9 student when he had showcased his inventions at T-Hub, Hyderabad. Chandra Sekhar had also showcased his inventions on major platforms like Melting Pot, RISC and the road to Global Entrepreneurship Summit event in 2017.