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IIT Alumni Council to develop indigenous systems and software to replace banned Chinese apps

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The Council believes that Indian systems and software will rise to the occasion in the global market.
Mumbai, June 30,2020: The IIT Alumni Council on Tuesday supported the government’s ban on Chinese Smartphone Apps with an announcement saying that its initiative ‘MegaLab’ will aim to eliminate all Chinese systems and software.
IIT Alumni Council is the largest global body of alumni, students and faculty across all the 23 Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs) and partnering Technical Institutes of Excellence (TieNet).
The Council has been working for the last few weeks with various Technical Institutes of Excellence, research institutions for developing indigenous and cost effective solutions to replace Chinese systems and software. These include an initiative with IIT Roorkee to recycle all the plastic disposables used in the RTPCR process including viral sample tubes, sample plates and pipette tips which are consumed in large quantities adding to bio hazardous waste challenges as well as hard currency imports.

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