Social Innovation Forum

Past Winners

1. ICT Led Social Innovation by a Government Body

 

"iSarita" - Department of Registration and Stamps, Pune, Maharashtra

 

Integrated Stamp and Registration Information Technology Application (iSARITA) is a web based centralised system which helps in streamlining the process of finding information on property transactions and registrations for both the department and the citizens.

 

"COREPDS " - Centralised Online Real-time Electronic PDS, Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Government of Chhattisgarh, Raipur

 

COREPDS empowers the beneficiary by offering a right to choose Fair Price Shop of her liking using instruments such as Smart Ration Card.

 


 

2. ICT Led Social Innovation by a Corporate (CSR)

 

DataHalli center, JSW Foundation

 

To help further the cause of empowerment of rural women, JSW Foundation started the DataHalli BPM centre to provide means of employment to women from the 21 villages that surround the JSW Steel plant in Vijayanagar.

 


 

3. ICT Led Social Innovation by a Corporate (Responsible Business)

 

Winner - Jaipur Rugs Company Pvt. Ltd

 

Jaipur Rugs uses a unique social entrepreneurship model leveraging Information Communication Technology (ICT) to encourage the craft among the communities.

 

Certificate of Appreciation: "Paperless Automated Testing", EduLabs Solutions

 

Edulabs advanced cloud based solution for paperless tests is served over web or android devices.

 


 

4. ICT Led Social Innovation by a Social Enterprise

 

Winner: "CoBELS", Callystro Infotech Pvt. Ltd.

 

Competency Based Experiential Learning Solution (CoBELS) is an e learning solution that encourages learning by mapping curriculum into games and activities.

 


 

5. ICT Led Social Innovation by a Not for Profit Organization

 

Health Management Information System, SughaVazhvu Healthcare

 

Sughavazhu’s Health Management Information System is a cloud-based, open source solution for Technology enabled Rural Primary Healthcare Service Delivery.

 


 

6. ICT Led Social Innovation by an Individual or Group

 

"GEMS", Arpita Gopal and Gauravi Pimpalkhare

 

Governing Education Management Systems (GEMS) is an academic institution administrative solution which supports a platform for a connected campus, with processes seamlessly sinuous across departments, constituents and stakeholders.

 


 

7. ICT Led Social Innovation by a Multi Stakeholder Partnership

 

"Meeseva", Govt. of Andhra Pradesh & Tata Consultancy Services Limited

 

Meeseva is a solution that allows issuing of digitally signed Government certificates across the counter (through CSCs) using the latest technology in a simple, faster, secured & transparent manner by adhering to the strict citizen charter time limits.

 


 

8. ICT Led Social Innovation Concept by a Student

 

"Automatic Voting Machine" - Mayank Goyal, Krishna Institute of Engineering and Technology, Uttar Pradesh

 

A device that aims to streamline the voting mechanism and make it more efficient.

 

"Easy Elect" - Naveen Kumar, Mandrila Biswas, Prathma Verma, Surabhi Bhatnagar and Raja Biswas, National Institute of Design, Gujarat

 

Easy Elect is an idea where the polling booth is taken to people rather than the other way round. Easy elect aims to "gamify" the voting process and enhance its perception amongst people.

 


 

9. Jury’s Choice for Cash Award

 

"ReMeDi" - Neurosynaptic Communications Pvt. Ltd

 

Neurosynaptic conditioned telemedicine technology to work even in extremely poor settings and indigenously developed ReMeDi™ - REmote MEdical DIagnostics solution.

 

 
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