Samsung Invites Applications for Solve for Tomorrow Innovation Competition; Youth of Gorakhpur Suggest Innovative Ideas to Solve Real World Problems around sustainable utilization of resources, data protection and organized healthcare data sharing

Gorakhpur – At an education and innovation roadshow organized by Samsung India in Buddha Institute of Technology, over 500 enthusiastic young college students said they want to solve some of the most pressing problems that people and communities across the state and the country are facing today. This was a roadshow organized around the second season of Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition.


Students in Gorakhpur said they want to solve real-world problems such as reducing the carbon footprint thereby contributing to sustainable utilization of resources, healthcare data protection and cloud based data sharing for improved record keeping.


At the event, which was organized to talk about Samsung’s global CSR program Solve for Tomorrow, the students said they require platforms such as Solve for Tomorrow to guide and support them in turning their ideas into action. They spoke about the innovative tech they could deploy to find solutions to the problems.


Samsung had recently announced its partnership with Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology’s (MeitY’s) Startup Hub and Foundation for Innovation & Technology Transfer (FITT), IIT Delhi for the second season of the national education and innovation competition Solve for Tomorrow. With Solve for Tomorrow, Samsung aims to usher in a culture of innovative thinking and problem-solving amongst the country’s youth.


The top three teams will win INR 1.5 crore to turn their ideas into action while other participants who reach top 30 and top 10 will be rewarded at various stages of the program.


The second season of Solve for Tomorrow is inviting applications from youth in India aged 16-22 years under the themes of Education & Learning, Environment & Sustainability, Health & Wellness and Diversity & Inclusion. Youth can apply for Samsung Solve for Tomorrow on starting April 04, 2023 till 5 pm on May 31, 2023.


“At Samsung, harnessing the power of youth is priority for us. This is what drives us and our global CSR vision of ‘Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People’. Giving youth a voice in real-life issues affecting communities around them allows them to see firsthand the change they can create in the world. With Samsung Solve for Tomorrow, we want to give youth that opportunity and also play our part in strengthening the innovation ecosystem in the country, taking forward the vision of the Government and our own vision of Powering Digital India,” said Mr. Hyun Kim, Corporate Vice President, Samsung Southwest Asia.


City-based innovator Kishan Tiwari, the founder and CEO of TSAW Drones which is an air-mobility solutions provider attended the event. He spoke to the students about the value of both success and failure. He also talked about how TSAW Drones is working in the space of mobility solutions making logistics for businesses safer and commercially viable. The innovation he built upon is focused on making supply chain more seamless through a robust aerial infrastructure. He urged students to look at problems that India faces and Solve for Tomorrow with their unique solutions.