SRISTISociety for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions
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Sristi was delivered prematurely at just 25 weeks after her Filipino mother, Liezl Vaidya.
Liezl said Sristi -- Hindi for "creation" -- is a miracle baby.
Sristi has been in the incubator since, supported by a ventilator.
Born to an Indian father, who works with a trading company, and a Filipino mother, a housewife, Sristi was born prematurely in the 26th week and developed severe pulmonary hypertension.
Little Sristi has been recuperating at the hospital for over a month now, but needs to be kept on a ventilator and heavily medicated for at least two more months.
These workshops were networked and connected to SRISTI's Techpedia platform, (5) a virtual community of students and experts who were willing to mentor rural innovators.
To further encourage innovation, SRISTI also offers the Gandhian Young Technological Innovation Award,(6) which highlights the potential for developing products that are frugal, lexible, and friendly on an online platform.
They support with the help of NIF (National Innovations Foundation), Honey Bee Network, SRISTI (Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions), DSIR (Department of Science and Industrial Research), Government of India, CSIR (Council for Science and Industrial Research), Many engineering and Technology Institutions, National Institute of Design, NITs, IITs etc.
A Network having presence in more than seventy five countries, what has made Honey Bee Network tight knit and efficiently functional is its philosophy and SRISTI (Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions) as a part of their internal network.