Technological developments, in today's scenario, are on an unbelievable high! The tiniest of our daily activities involve help of gadgets. Be it mobile phones, laptops, desktops, cameras or televisions, they've all become essential ingredients of our life. Our dependency on these tools is only increasing each day. It holds an impression on both our personal as well as professional life. And well, like a clichéd two sides of a coin, this story has its pros and cons as well. For starters, it enables an individual to share information and get access to facts which before wasn't so handy. Technology, as at a large-scale, bridged the gap between various nations of the world. It has paved the way for all of us in our transformation as 'global citizens.’
Well, in support of the same, the channel NDTV Good Times came up with its loved show 'Tech Grand Masters'. The third season was on par with the first two. The twist, however, was that this time it wasn't merely a battle of knowledge, but also about the efficient application of strategy. It carried on the same concept, whereby, different teams challenged each other in various quiz round, to bag the title of 'Tech Grand Master.' The show is exceptionally informative and interactive. It is an opportunity in disguise for both tech lovers and haters. There is so much one can learn and discover via this show. It offers oodles of particulars of technology that'll act as a boost to your knowledge bank!
This season, like the others came across under the guidance of Rajiv Makhni, who holds the title of 'India's technological Guru.' He has been a host to many shows based on technology and lifestyle.
Highly perspicacious students from almost every part of India appeared on this season. Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad; Loyola School, Jamshedpur; Robert Bosch Engineering College and DAV School, Navi Mumbai appeared on the earliest episode. Modern School, Barakhamba Road, Delhi; BITS Pilani; The Mother's International School and Amity Law School,
New Delhi carried forward the torch of information. Techies from Colliers International, Gurgaon; Amarchand Mangaldas, New Delhi; Accenture, Bengaluru; and P.S. Senior Secondary School, Chennai also came up. Google, Gurgaon; IIT Kharagpur; and Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication also encouraged its members to take part in the show. St Stephen's College, New Delhi; ENY, Gurgaon; Sri Ram College of Commerce, New Delhi and Delhi Public School, Noida successfully set a high bar!
Scholars from BITS, Pilani; and Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad fought the last battle. It was a great episode, and well, you need to watch it for finding out who the winner was!