Blog Posts by Frôm Chałłenge - To Øpportun¡Ty

We Famous / Published January 10, 2017 by Chaula Dixit

Chaula Dixit

We Famous

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Gujarat Industrial Development Cooperation College(GDEC) endorses Innovation of From Challenge To Opportunity

Way To Go / Published January 4, 2017 by Chaula Dixit

Chaula Dixit

Way To Go

Iterations are used to describe the process of repeating experiments, assessments, or projects, until more accurate results are found. This idea is found in the old adage, "Practice makes perfect." In particular, "iterative" is defined as the "process of learning and development that involves cyclical inquiry, enabling multiple opportunities for people to revisit ideas and critically reflect on their implication." Unlike computing and math, Iterations are not predetermined; instead, the task is repeated until success according to some external criteria (often a test) is achieved.

Expert Input / Published January 3, 2017 by Chaula Dixit

Chaula Dixit

Expert Input

1. Prof. Mihir Vyas
Head Of Dept,
Environmental Engineering Dept,
GEC, Surat.

"That's really interesting.. Experiments with seaweed has made headway in identifying the mechanism needed to increase food production for our future and improving the environment.
I really suggest that aquaculture license needs to support forthcoming new achievement in this sector.
Thank you for the COOKIES.. Waiting for more 😉"

2. Prof. Khyati Modi
Head Of Dept,
Environmental Engineering Dept,
GEC, Valsad.

"Students... Seriously you are doing something amazing and in a unique way.
If you are rehabbing a thing like seaweed and offering it in a cheap way to overcome these global challenges.. That is totally worth it..
But to overcome all these global problems by using these seaweed is not quite easy.. But I believe, it clears my doubt by your team name itself "From challenge to opportunity". Best Wishes..."

3. Vallabhbhai Ahir
Serial Farmer,
Panera, Vapi.

"Great Efforts & Execution!! Your mission is the growth of thoughtful and productive community from seaweed, to build a sustainable food system for our future. Invention of your seaweed cookies will definitely increase the consumption of nutritional food for those who are suffering from malnutrition. This is totally worth supporting !!! Kudos KiDs"

Idea Parkers / Published January 2, 2017 by Jalaj Dixit

Jalaj Dixit

Idea Parkers

This is what we do with those "AHA! Ideas" without losing our focus! Idea Parking helps us remember those important ideas that pop into our heads randomly and utilize those later in our project.

On Time, On Target / Published January 1, 2017 by Utsav Soni

Utsav Soni

On Time, On Target

Problems:
1) Lack of nutrients in daily diet of common people resulting into malnutrition.
2) Chemical Fertilizers destroying our soil & water which are Expensive too !!!
3) Seaweeds choking waterways throughout the Coast. (bdw India itself has more than 7000 km of Sea Coast on its 3 sides)
4) Proliferation of seaweeds causing declination of coral reefs and creation of Dead Zones endangering marine life.

Solution:
1) Extraction of various nutrients from different Seaweeds in form of Super delicious Cookies.
2) Production of cheap & sustainable liquid Fertilizer as a byproduct.
3) Reduction of Marine Pollution.
4) Provide employment opportunity to the local people living nearby sea coast.

Consumer's Perspective
1) Product should be affordable and easily available.
2) It should add nutritional value to the regular diet.
3) It should be derived from natural sources.

Current Scenario:
The history of Indian Seaweed research is not more than 75 Years. Rich Seaweeds resources are abundant qualitatively as well as quantitatively. Utilizing Sea weed as a Source of nutrients has a great potential which will attract market of Billion of Dollars, but it lacks the proper awareness among people.

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