Daksh Agrawal, a 13-year old student of St. Paul’s School launched his second android application ‘Share Books‘ aimed to help the poor students in getting books free of cost.
The eighth grader from Udaipur has already launched his first android application which is used in over 180 countries. And within 2.5 months of his first app launch, he has come out with the next, which was launched by the collector, Rohit Gupta on January.
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Daksh told The Times Of India,
” The idea struck to me suddenly when I noticed pile of books in my home which was not useful to us. Instead of giving it away to ‘raddiwalas’, I thought of developing an application through which any needy person could get to know of their availability at zero cost”
ShareBooks app is available on Google PlayStore and can be downloaded for free of cost. Anyone can upload the details of books that they do not need and thus those who are in need of them can find it in the app.
Daksh showed a keen interest in decoding languages and had spent a lot of time surfing the internet and gadgets. Gradually he developed his first android app ‘MyShare‘ in November 2016 which is a tool to keep a record of common expenses during group trips.
In appreciation for his talent, Daksh Agrawal was felicitated at the district level on the republic day function.