Nepal Mujalde, the last among eight children, comes from Mawada village in Dewas District, Madhya Pradesh.
A student from our Chatralayam in Madhya Pradesh, Nepal is looking to carve out a niche for himself in the IOS (Internet of things) area. “I am currently working on an improvised sensor that can control temperatures of various devices at home like lights and fans via GPS (global positioning system). The signals for temperature change, on and off are via GPS out here but that requires bit signals. I have created a basic model but it requires further improvisation,” Nepal says confidently.
He joined the Bapu-Buddh AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Boys, Indore, Madhya Pradesh in 2006 when he was in Class 6. Till Class 9 (2009-2010), Nepal studied at the Chatralayam in Indore, after which he moved to Smt. Jamunabai Chanchlani AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Boys, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh. He scored 81% in Class 10.
Nepal completed Class 12 in 2014 scoring an aggregate of 75%. While in Class 11, he started teaching the younger students in the Chatralayam. What is heartening is that he has kept this connection intact even after coming out from the Chatralayam ecosystem.
The same year, Nepal joined the Sant Singaji College Institute of Science and Management, Khategaon, Madhya Pradesh, to do his Bachelors in Computer Application (BCA). While pursuing his degree, Nepal got opportunities to pursue internships in Indore and Bangalore. During this time (2014-2017), he moved to the AIM for Seva Pushpeshwar Chatralayam for Boys, Nemawar, Madhya Pradesh, as that hostel was in close vicinity to his college in Khategaon.
Nepal is currently staying in Kareli, Madhya Pradesh, and is involved in software research work. In his free time, he takes online tuitions for students living and studying in the Kareli and Hoshangabad Chatralayams. He also supports our hostels in Madhya Pradesh on all IT-related matters.