Four Kashmir girl students develop android app for Aryans

Srinagar: Four girls of Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh from Jammu and Kashmir have developed an android app that would help the Aryans Group to have Paper-free campus.
Rumaisa, Zeenat, Sadiya and Yusra under the leadership of Manpreet Mann, HOD (Projects), Aryans Group have developed the app, which can be downloaded from Google Playstore and can be installed in an Android phone.
The students were provided all required technical support by the group.
The four girls announced their achievement during a press conference here on Tuesday.
While providing the details about the app, the students said that the Android Application with the name of ‘Aryans’ will be having two logins. The logins will be intended for students and staff. The outsiders need not to login. They can simply have a view of the details of the College.
Notices intended for the students belonging to the college will be uploaded in Students Login. This has eliminated the need of notice boards in the college. All the official notices for the staff will be uploaded in the Staff Login. The outsiders will be able to see all the necessary information about Aryans Group of Colleges and the updates about the events happening at the college.
The students added that the language of the application is Core Java and the software used in Eclipse. The Application Size is 2.2 MB and the Current Version is 1.0. It requires Android 2.3 and upward versions.
While congratulating the students for their achievement, Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, said that the students have done an excellent job. He added that to encourage the students even more, the college has decided to sanction an amount of Rs 1 lakh to the students for any other Joint Project. Dr Kataria also declared to provide the next semester books to the girls who developed this application.
While interacting with media, the girls said that they could manage to achieve this only with the support of their management and teachers. They further said that as the majority of students at Aryans are from Jammu and Kashmir, they feel at home at their college campus.