Student of Don Bosco High School, Assam, Abhik Saha won the award for developing a search engine Origgon – A Social Search Engine.
Origgon.com is world’s first of its kind social search engine made by 15 year old boy, Abhik Saha. Origgon is a unique innovation to save people from the trouble of finding spam and irrelevant results in their search process. Origgon is a baby step towards our honourable Prime Minister’s vision of “Make in India”.
It gives users the opportunity to find optimal search results based on reviews and recommendations by people. In the space where AI has evolved so far, it’s still not accurate to meet our needs. Every people have their own personalised space and needs set. The job of social search is to full fill that need for every individual, the need might be fulfilled based on more personalised set from one’s social media data, one’s friends circle and all other social stuffs. Origgon, a social search engine where search results will not be based on SEO but by votes of people all over the world. We people are sharing lot of valuable content in the web, let that be picture or text or a emoji or a news article or a meme anything. We share because we believe the content is worth it or at-least for yourself it is important. Taking those recommendation, those likes, those little things the billion people shares every day, to personalise and recommend the results. Link: www.origgon.com
The Hon’ble President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind awarded the Gandhian Young Technological Innovation (GYTI) Award to Abhik Saha, Don Bosco High School, Assam at the GYTI 2018 Awards function held at Rashtrapati Bhawan on March 19, 2018.