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Toyota Hackathon 2024

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Toyota Hackathon 2024

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Excerpt from The Financial Express “Out of 10 competing teams, three final top winning teams were announced that constituted Delhi Public School (1st prize winners – Dev Vats & Eshaan Godbole) – Bangalore; Delhi Public School (2nd prize winners – Anay Lohani & Angad S.K) – Bangalore; and Karnataka Public School (3rd prize winners – Apoorva A.S & Asha A.R) – Bangalore. The consolation prize winners consisted of Soundarya Central School, Bangalore (1st Consolation – Abhishek Gowda B.S & Amogh Rao) and Podar International School, Bangalore (2nd Consolation – Naresh Patel & Kushal V).

Sudeep S. Dalvi said, “At Toyota, our commitment to road safety extends beyond manufacturing of safe cars; we strive to grow in tandem with society and enrich the lives of the communities we serve by promoting road safety and instilling behavioural change in them. Our journey towards raising awareness on road safety dates to 2007, reaching 790,000 students thus far through various road safety initiatives, focusing on school children, and developing them to become ‘road safety ambassadors’, thereby inculcating the positive change amongst the people. In this direction, Toyota Hackathon is an extended program aimed to provide a platform to school children (class 9th – 12th) to emerge as ‘Solution Providers’, to promote road safety. This unique road safety initiative contributes to enhance a strong connect with the young minds to demonstrate their creativity, developing solutions towards improving road safety and advance their sustainable development as future safety champions.”