The ShePreneur Program, launched in 2022, is a dedicated entrepreneurship initiative designed to support the top girl teams that participated in the Atal Tinkering Marathon. Its primary objective is to foster an entrepreneurial mindset and develop essential skills, complementing the knowledge these girls have gained in emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, the Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence through the Emerging Technologies program. The ShePreneur Program encompasses a range of activities, including bootcamps, internships, pitch deck events, product development, and mentoring support from Dell Technologies employees. This program aligns seamlessly with Dell’s vision of transforming lives and promoting inclusion by empowering girls to learn, grow, and take an active role in STEM fields. It adds layers of innovation to help beneficiaries refine their ideas in terms of scalability, sustainability, and user-centricity.This initiative is groundbreaking, as it addresses the dynamic knowledge needs of the younger generation and ensures that girls have the opportunity to not only participate but excel in STEM-related endeavours, giving them a meaningful seat at the table.



Bluetooth/ OTG based Portable device to integrate with mobile to check whether the fruit is ripened or not. Mobile application integration with mobile camera to identify the fruit

Attendance Punching machine integration. To identify the anemic condition and display warnings. Will educate people about anemia.

Transfer device which can be operated by Foot. This will make less effort for people to transfer bed ridden patients/ old age people.

Mini Rover

This cost-effective model is equipped with various sensors, including a barometer for detecting atmospheric pressure, a thermal sensor for temperature measurement, humidity sensors, and both wheels and wings for rover movement.

Sanitary Napkin


The Taruni Arogya Bhagya Incinerator is based on electrical Incineration & is an effectual method to overcome the waste management problem from sanitary napkins.



The program follows an unconventional approach that encourages girls to engage in tinkering and work with various new technologies from a very early age. The bootcamp phase allows students to transform their ideas into reality and use technology to analyze challenges and develop innovative solutions Furthermore, the mentorship provided by subject matter experts during this phase creates an empowering environment within schools, inspiring girls to pursue careers in STEM fields. This holistic approach not only fosters hands-on learning but also instills confidence and enthusiasm in young girls, setting them on a path towards successful careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The program’s emphasis on hands-on learning and mentorship creates a supportive ecosystem where girls can thrive and explore their interests in STEM. By empowering them to tackle real-world problems with technology, the initiative cultivates a generation of confident and skilled innovators prepared to excel in STEM careers and drive positive change in their communities and


This program is conducted in a physical setting at the Dell site, where it introduces female students to various aspects of problem-solving, design thinking, product development, branding, and patenting. Simultaneously, it empowers them to thrive in the typically male-dominated STEM field. During this program, women leaders in the tinkering space share their experiences, which greatly boosts the confidence of the girls and motivates them to pursue similar paths. The program also actively involves subject matter experts and corporate leaders, offering an immersive experience to the girl student innovators. This engagement allows the innovators to collaborate closely with industry experts, seek their valuable insights, and refine the technical aspects of their prototypes. Furthermore, the internship component of the program introduces students to the intricacies of the entrepreneurial world. It covers areas such as data analysis, intellectual property rights, business design, and related aspects like design thinking and rapid prototyping. This well-rounded approach equips young girls with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in STEM-related entrepreneurial ventures.


Following their comprehensive learning experiences in boot camps and internships, the girl students embark on the journey of transforming their prototypes into final products. During this phase, the students maintain direct contact with subject matter experts who provide invaluable guidance, enabling them to build products with enhanced confidence, clarity, and purpose. Additionally, they collaborate closely with industry mentors, leveraging their expertise to address technical challenges and refine their solutions further. Upon completing the product development phase, the girl students are encouraged to have their functional products tested by end users and collect feedback. This feedback loop plays a crucial role in refining their products, ensuring that they meet real-world needs and expectations. It reinforces the practicality and usability of their innovations and fosters a user-centric approach to product development. Moreover, the students actively participate in pitching their products to potential investors and stakeholders, honing their presentation skills and gaining valuable insights into market dynamics. This holistic approach equips them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to navigate the challenges of bringing their innovations to market successfully.


An essential aspect of product development is preserving its novelty. Therefore, the program provides participants with an opportunity to patent their inventions and protect them. The exclusive rights granted to patent holders safeguard not only the product but also its design and the associated process, as long as they meet specific criteria of originality, practicality, suitability, and utility. This legal protection ensures that the innovators’ ideas and creations remain unique and shielded from unauthorized use or replication. By guiding participants through the patenting process, the program instills a deep understanding of intellectual property rights, empowering girls to navigate the complex landscape of innovation with confidence. This aspect not only reinforces their sense of ownership over their creations but also equips them with invaluable knowledge for future endeavors in STEM and entrepreneurship. Ultimately, fostering a culture of innovation and protection not only benefits individual participants but also contributes to the advancement of society by encouraging the continual development of groundbreaking technologies and solutions.


Green Age Biogas (In-house portable macro biogas plant). A Portable machine like a dishwasher can grind the waste and use it for biogas. It has a Separate piping for biogas with automated slurry separation with the waste grinder to grind the waste. The slurry can be used as a manure or can be dissolved with water wastage. Developed by the students Krishnendu S Pillai, Malavika M & Alona Binoj from Amrita Vidyalayam, Puthiyakavu Kerala to the Indian Patent Office with Patent Application No: 202341023718 on 30 March 2023.


Flexy Wheel Chair (Transfer device which can be operated by Foot). That helps in transferring bed ridden patients/ old age people. In normal situations at least two helping hands are needed to transfer a patient, with the help of this device a patient can be handled without helping hands) Developed by the students Rosna John & Aleena David from St George English Medium High School, Chully Kerala. To the Indian Patent office with the Patent application No: 202341023719 on 30 March 2023.