Everything has been going wrong since the Coronavirus in India. After this, China's attack on India has forced India to boycott China. Since the India-China border dispute, everything from Chinese smartphones is being boycotted. 'Boycott Chine Products' campaign is going on on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Meanwhile, the Indian smartphone manufacturer Lava has organized a competition named 'Design In India', in which the engineering of the country Students and professionals can participate. In this competition, students and professionals will have to earn to design smartphones.
Registration of lava competition started
Registration of the lava competition has started, it can run till July 9. Explain that students and professionals can take part in this competition by forming a team of three members. And the winning top-3 teams can get a reward of Rs 50,000, Rs 25 and Rs 15,000 with placement in lava. The special thing in this competition is that Lava's smartphone design team will also monitor all the students and professionals in this competition.
Competition will be held in three different parts
According to the company, the competition will be divided into three distinct parts, which include designing prototypes as well as making presentations and designing smartphones. Chief Manufacturing Officer Sanjeev Aggarwal says that this competition has become our strength in the last several years. We have got new ideas for making phones. Along with this, we have also got to understand what kind of features consumers want in their devices.
Ministry of Information Technology banned Chinese app
Under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, the Ministry of Information Technology had decided to block these 59 apps as these apps remain a threat to India's sovereignty and integrity, defence of India, the security of the state and public order. The Ministry of Information Technology had received many complaints about these apps from different sources, in which there was talk of misuse of many mobile apps. These apps were stealing data from both iPhone and Android consumers.
Ban on these Chinese apps
Tiktok-TikTok, Shareite-Shareit, Kawai-Kwai, UC Browser-UC Browser, Baidu Map-Baidu map, Shane-Shein, Clash of Kings-Clash of Kings, DU Battery Saver-DU battery saver, Halo-Helo, Like- Likee, YouCam Makeup- YouCam makeup, MI Community - Mi Community, CM Browser - CM Browers, Virus Cleaner - Virus Cleaner, App Browser - APUS Browser, Romvi - ROMWE, Club Factory - Club Factory, News dog - Newsdog, Beauty Plus - Beutry 59 apps have been banned, including Plus, WeChat-WeChat, UC News-UC News, QQ Mail-QQ Mail, Weibo-Weibo.