British Youth International College


Young Scots Keep Active finalist in this year’s DigiInventorsBootcamp

Young Scots Keep Active Glasgow finalist of 2018 DigiInventorsBootcamp

Earlier this year 4 kids from the Glasgow based British Youth International college namely Dhruv Maheshwari, Sunny Jadhav, Manik Khadiya and Ali-Hassan Gondal and their Mentor Dr Rashmi Mantri have participated in a Digital Challenge called  #DigiInventorsChallenge. Our Team’s project is named as Young Scots Keep Active.

The DHI are delighted to announce that Young Scots Keep Active have been shortlisted as finalists to take part in this year’s #DigiInventorsBootcamp.

The Bootcamp will be taking place at the University of Strathclyde’s Technology & Innovation Centre on Monday-Tuesday the 17-18th of September.

The Bootcamp will give your team the opportunity to come face-to-face with their fellow competitors, develop new skills in our Bootcamp masterclasses, and meet industry experts!

Most importantly your team will work with each other to develop a powerful business pitch that sells your idea to our panel of judges.

The #DigiInventorsChallenge 2018, in association with Andy Murray and the Digital Health & Care Institute, is on a mission to find smart new ways to help Scotland’s young people keep active, eat well and stay healthy mentally and physically, now and in the future.

Teenage groups of 4-6 could have participated to get creative, and help build Scotland’s latest digital health invention. This challenge will help young people develop entrepreneurial and creative skills, as well as provide an excellent opportunity to prepare for a career in Scotland’s growing digital economy.

The winning team will not only win a fantastic technology prize (last year’s finalists won an Apple watch), but will also have the chance to meet Andy Murray himself!

For more information about the challenge, please visit:

Here is some information about the team

Dhruv Maheshwari – 12 years old , student of Boclair Academy Bearsden Glasgow (S2). Absolutely passionate about web technologies and would like to be a white hat hacker in future Or otherwise known as a cyber security expert. He likes athletics club on Sundays and contribute to his YouTube channel.

Sunny Jadhav – 12 Years old, Hillhead High School Glasgow (S2). An honest, sociable army cadet, always passionate about learning new technologies with artificial intelligence to serve humankind. His hobbies are badminton & e-games.

Manik Khadiya – 13 Years old (S2). He like to programme games and develop his understanding of computer programming.  It connects him to the present as our lifestyle is turning into a digital based world. Technology is everywhere and it is changing our future for the better.

Ali-Hassan Gondal – 14 Years old, Eastwood High School Glasgow (S4). Talented individual with photographic memory. he likes to face new challenges and wonders of the technology. He likes Athletics club on Sundays and Cycling.

Dr Rashmi Mantri (Msc, PhD Computer Science) – Mentor, Director of BYITC, likes to interact with people and a community person.