Punjab CM felicitates Kashmiri student for creating android app

SRINAGAR: A Kashmiri students of Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh was felicitated by the Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal for creating android app.
According to a spokesperson of Aryans Group, Rumaisa of Aryans College of Engineering, Chandigarh’s was honoured by Badal for her innovation of “Aryans Android App” helping students to keep in touch with each other and the college.
Punjab CM felicitated Rumisa at “Technical Education Summit” in the presence of more than 2000 educationists and around 50,000 students of Punjab.
Madan Mohan Mittal, Technical Education Minister, Punjab; VC, PTU, Rajneesh Arora and Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges were also present in the event.
Aryans Kashmiri Student Rumaisa with her 3 friends – Sadiya, Yusra and Zeenat recently developed “Aryans Android App” to solve the problem of ban on SMS in their state J&K. The girls developed this App with the help of their faculty members to make Campus Paper Free.
“I am feeling very happy getting so much of support and appreciation. With the support of College Management, teachers and my parents, I could take this initiative. I request every Kashmiri girl to move forward and let her parents, college and state feel proud of me,” Rumaisa said, after being felicitated.
Providing details about the app. Anshu Kataria said that the Android Application with the name of ‘Aryans’ is having two logins. The logins are intended for students and staff. The outsiders need not to login. They can simply have a view of the details of the college. Kataria 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 up.
While interacting with media, the women students 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.