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students’ startup covers 570 govt and 240 private schools Digi Gyan organises graduation fete

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Digi Gyan, a startup by the students of Pallavi Model School, Boduppal, specialising in digital education and innovation, commemorated its graduation ceremony on the occasion of Children’s Day.
The initiative covered 570 government schools and 240 private schools.
Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of Information Technology (IT), was the chief guest. Deepti Ravula, CEO of the WE HUB, Telangana, was the guest of honour for her significant contributions and support to the startup.
The graduation ceremony of Digi Gyan was a testament to the dedication, perseverance and entrepreneurial spirit of the participants who completed an intensive programme designed to nurture the students of government schools with its innovative ideas and fostering technological advancements. Under the guidance of seasoned mentors and industry experts, the cohort at Digi Gyan exhibited remarkable growth and showcased ingenious solutions that hold the potential to empower the students of government schools.  Jayesh Ranjan commended the efforts of Digi Gyan in cultivating an environment conducive to innovation, emphasising the importance of such initiatives in driving the technological landscape of the schools forward.
He extended support to the graduating cohort, encouraging them to continue pushing boundaries and contributing to the growth of the startup ecosystem. Deepti Ravula shared insights about her experience in the startup domain, inspiring budding entrepreneurs to embrace challenges and pursue their dreams with unwavering determination.

The ceremony concluded on a high note with the graduates receiving certificates of completion, symbolising their readiness to venture into the professional world.
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