India is a hub of young Innovators and their amazing innovations.
Techno Kids: Innovations brings to you the numerous Innovators from across the country. Be it a twelve-year kid to a thirty-year-old adult – there is no age of innovation. Considering that we live in an age of cutting-edge technology and severely riotous innovations; the gap towards being as pioneering in science and technology as the United States or China seems to be bridging really fast.
If we take into account the scenario that was a decade or two earlier, it was next to impossible to state that our nation will be able to discover a talent as visionary as Nicholas Tesla or Albert Einstein. However, putting together the bunch of thinkers and ulasan handphone hard working individuals we have now – the question isn't about getting an equivalent to those masterminds but maybe a better and far more intelligible person.
It is extremely hard to be not impressed by the skills the young generation is putting on display.
From schools and colleges too numerous leading conglomerates, a bucketful of innovations can be seen and raved. India may have been a country that was lagging behind rest of the world but at the current point of time – it is unquestionably the most progressing nation in the world.
And the credit goes in its entirety to the courageous, risk-taking peer working at present that embody the craving to learn something new every day and leave a legacy behind for the generations to come.
Alfonso Cuaron's space-adventure 'Gravity' wouldn't have received as much popularity as much India's MOM (Mission on Mars) garnered.
Thanks to ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) for inventing a low-cost satellite that peaked the attention of the egotistical superpowers of the world and put our caliber on top. The call for celebration didn't arise due to the monumental achievement in space-tech but the fact that Indians are more thoughtful and efficient in terms of innovating stuff.
Techno Kids Innovation is centered on a similar idea of bolstering the morale of those who vouch to build something – to create something innovative and take their country's name on the top charts.
Believing that India will be the centerpiece of discovery in the near future, Techno Kids Innovation bestows its viewers with uber cool innovators who make remarkable things out of scrap.
Not having enough resources maybe an excuse for someone but not for the individuals you meet on the show.
From developing a Mobile Lorm Glove for the blinds to a RFID Chip reader for an enhanced system of shopping in departmental stores – there are no barriers to their creativity. Techno Kids Innovations airs on Maha Cartoon TV, the leading Hindi Cartoon channel of India.
The Author ‘Mayank Nailwal’ is an ardent cartoon lover who works at .
He has comprehensive knowledge about the things in trend in the animation industry.