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16-year-old Ishir Wadhwa turned school project into a business, now the family will earn a lot this way!

Class 10 student Ishir Wadhwa Story: An Indian teenager living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Dubai has turned the project created in her school into a family business.

  • News 18
  • Last updated:October 26, 2020, 2:29 PM IST

New Delhi: An Indian teenager living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Dubai has turned the project created in her school into a family business. This 16-year-old Indian child has discovered such a technology that allows you to hang the heaviest objects without piercing the wall. This teenager’s name is Ishir Wadhwa, a student from GEMS World Academy. A media report said that Kishore’s father was also surprised to see this technology. According to a report from Khalee Time, Ishir Wadhawa would submit an innovative project for the class 10 course. In everyday life, he found a solution by looking at the damage to the wall from the use of nail bags. Nails and screws have been used since ancient times and also cause damage to walls. This discovery was made with the help of brother Ishir enlisted the help of older brother Avik, who is an engineer in America, and found a solution. Ishir explains that when we put our thoughts together, the solution, all the big ideas were quite simple in an elegant way. Also Read: If You Lost Your SBI Debit Card While Shopping in Diwali, Do These 4 Things Immediately

Ishir Wadhwa and his family (Photo source: News18)

Innovation done with this idea The idea of ​​both was to keep a magnet and two steel plates together. A strip of steel flakes off the wall, the so-called alpha tape. The neodymium magnet holds it together, in which the object is mounted. The two magnets come together to produce the sound of a slap, so the family called it Clazaad.
Also Read: Ordinary Man Gets Great Relief! Onion got cheaper at Rs 10 per kg, see what the rate of 1 kg is today This innovation will become a game changer According to the Khaleej Times report, Ishir’s father quit his job with a heavy salary, considering the invention as a breakthrough in life. Ishir’s father Sumesh Wadhwa has decided to quit the job and take over the son’s product as a company. Nobody thought that this 16-year-old teenager’s school project would become an effective product in this way and that the family would take over as a company.




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