Amrita Student Develops 'BayJDO'- An Indian App to Beat Xender and SHAREit Ban

Following the ban of the 59 Chinese apps by the Government of India, Ashwin Shenoy (second-year student of the Department of Computer Science Engineering, School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, Kerala) has developed an application named "BayJDO". He is on a mission to rescue all those who were mourning the ban of Xender and SHAREit. BayJDO is a lightweight, simple yet fast, and secure web application, that allows us to transfer files directly between devices, without requiring users to install dedicated apps or create a special WiFi Hotspot. Transferring files using BayJDO is simple, and it has only one prerequisite – the devices need to be in the same network. 

Amrita Student Develops 'BayJDO'- An Indian App to Beat Xender and SHAREit Ban

Following the ban of the 59 Chinese apps by the Government of India, Ashwin Shenoy (Second-year student of the Department of Computer Science Engineering, School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, Kerala) has developed an application named "BayJDO" on a mission to save all those who were mourning over the ban of Xender and SHAREit. 

Amrita Doctor Talks at Webinar ‘Unlocking Travel & Tourism Safely and Responsibly during COVID: A Healthcare Perspective’

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh, Chief Medical Superintendent, Amrita Institute of Medical & Sciences (AIMS), Kochi, talked at a webinar on 'Unlocking Travel & Tourism Safely & Responsibly during COVID'. The Webinar was moderated by Rupinder Brar, ADG, Ministry of Tourism and the other presenters were Dr. Sandeep Bhalla, Director of Public Health Foundation of India; and Dr. Paridhi Mody, Program Officer of Public Health Foundation of India. They briefed the participants all about traveling safely and responsibly during COVID-19.