WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS FOR YOUR PROJECTS?

Silicon Luxembourg - - ENTREPRENEURS -

(Arjana)

In our case, the idea is to set up the frame­work and see if we can legally start some­thing. If not, we will find an­other op­tion with some­body else's sup­port to keep the project alive. The next steps are to build the web­site and then scale and build the app. This is mainly on the tech­ni­cal side. Af­ter­wards, we will start ne­go­ti­at­ing with com­pa­nies and cre­ate job op­por­tu­ni­ties.

Hire Stu­dent, con­nects stu­dents from the Univer­sity with the pri­vate sec­tor's part-time jobs (legally 10 hours/week). It's not that easy for stu­dents to find jobs to­day and many com­pa­nies are not aware that this type of con­tract ex­ists. This will let com­pa­nies find some­one to help with spe­cific tasks. It will also help stu­dents get some fi­nan­cial in­de­pen­dence dur­ing their stud­ies.

(Himadri)

Checkmath is a plat­form for stu­dents who are 12 or older that pro­vides men­tor­ing in math­e­mat­ics prob­lem solv­ing. It pro­vides real-time guid­ance as stu­dents solve prob­lems step by step. The app does not pro­vide the steps but ex­am­ines how stu­dents are solv­ing it and alerts them if the stu­dent is go­ing in the wrong di­rec­tion. Through­out my child­hood, I dealt with the same is­sue while solv­ing a math prob­lem. I got it wrong and there were no ex­pla­na­tions. I was frus­trated and gave up most of the time. Now, we al­ways keep Checkmath in mind and ap­ply it to other is­sues we are fac­ing in our lives. We will keep it up!

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