A group of four B.Sc. III year understudies of St Anthony's College, Shillong qualified to the best fifteen from across India and South-East Asia to contend in the Futures+ Challenge.
Futures+ is a worldwide network-driven advancement program sorted out by Sustainable Living Lab, Singapore, and the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal to create more than 100 naturally practical pilot ventures tending to challenge regions, for example, work, food security, and network wellbeing.
The four young ladies incorporate Farhina Choudhury, Ananya Gogoi, Prerna Jain and Natalya Lyngdoh (Team F.A.P.N.) concocted an eco-accommodating answer for creating paper from natural waste, for example, leafy foods filaments, alongside betel nut husks liberated from hurtful synthetic substances and blanch.