Meet our programmers

Benson Rajan:
Benson Rajan completed High School from Woodstock School. Followed it with a B.A (hons) in Sociology from Sri Venkateshwara College, Delhi University. He is currently pursuing Masters in Media Governance from Centre for Culture, Media and Governance, Jamia Millia Islamia. Benson is involved in making a documentary film of the issue of cyber security in India, with a focus on cyber attacks on India which originated in China in 2008 and 2010. Visit Benson's Profile at LinkedIn.

Anmol Anand:
Anmol Anand is final year student of Masters of Computer Applications, at, Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Delhi. In the year 2008-2009 Anmol contributed wrote 2 modules in the skid software, software for special kids These were crop and picedit. The modules helped children with mental challenges play with pictures. He made a presentation at the EFY Design Engineers' Conference- Innovators talk, on the 18th February 2011. (Electronics For You Expo 2011, Pragati Maidan, 17-19 Feb 2011). He has recently developed a mobile application for android phones named, PocketSMS, which would allow people who are deaf and blind to receive, and send SMS.
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Harshendu Shridhar:
Harshendu have completed B.Tech Computer Science from JMIT Radaur. Since December 2010 he is working with ERICSSON India Global Services Pvt. Ltd, Noida. He developed the Wikipedia search module, arithmetic module, quiz module and matching module for software.
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Pragya Goel:
Pragya is a senior undergraduate student at the Department of Computer Engineering at NSIT, University of Delhi. Pragya has avid interest in Assistive Technology, Bioinformatics and Biometrics. She developed the translator module in skid to make the software available in French and German. Currently the nim module works in English as well as French and German. In bioinformatics, her research pursuit is focused on development and application of powerful algorithms and tools using machine-learning techniques for finding solutions to problems in biology and medicine.