In a great noble gesture to humanity, a 17-year-old-boy from Gurgaon developed a mobile app games to raise funds to provide education for the poor children dwelling in the slum areas. The developer, Ranvijay Singh, is a commerce student of Suncity School in Gurgaon.
"While travelling to the school every day, I see a number of children wasting time playing games on the roadsides. I wanted to educate them and help them live a good life. Though I and my school friends used to teach the children during our free time, we needed books and other stationary. It was during this time that the idea of earning money came to my mind," said Ranvijay Singh.
About the game
- The adventurous game called 'Rope Dash' is an application which is compatible to both Android and iOS
- The mobile-based application available in both free and payable versions was launched in July this year
- With the money he earned, Singh successfully bought stationary and books for the young slum dwellers nearby his neighbourhood in Gurgaon Sector 53
- The boy has so far collected only 25 per cent return on what he had invested.
"A lot of people have helped me in getting closer to my aim. We used to have long brainstorming sessions to figure out the revenue model, promotion techniques and also teach the children," said the boy