Ajay created an revolutionary app which goals to modernise the struggle in opposition to graffiti vandalism, permitting communities to report incidents and take swift motion in opposition to this type of city blight.
He was introduced together with his award by Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council, Cllr Conor Keelan at a particular ceremony held at County Corridor, Dundalk.
“We’re actually impressed by Ajay’s ingenuity and dedication to addressing graffiti vandalism,“ mentioned Leas Cathaoirleach Cllr Andrea McKevitt. “His ‘Anti-Graffiti’ app has the potential to remodel how we fight this difficulty, empowering our communities to take proactive measures in preserving the wonder and integrity of our environment. We commend Ajay for his distinctive contribution.”
Joe McGuinness, Director of Providers at Louth County Council mentioned that the app represents a major development within the native authorities anti-graffiti efforts.
“By harnessing the facility of expertise, we are able to improve collaboration between residents and authorities, making a extra responsive and proactive method to graffiti prevention and elimination. We sit up for exploring the probabilities of implementing this revolutionary answer.”
“Louth County Council is grateful for the partnership with DKIT and the chance to interact with the inventive abilities of people like Ajay. It’s the council’s perception that selling a way of possession and civic pleasure by means of initiatives likes this competitors empowers people to play an lively function in preserving the wonder and cleanliness of their communities.”
“Ajay’s achievement is a testomony to the distinctive expertise and creativity that thrives inside our establishment,” mentioned Professor Fergal McCaffery, DkIT.
“We’re proud to have collaborated with Louth County Council in supporting Ajay’s revolutionary Anti-Graffiti App. DKIT stays dedicated to nurturing and selling the abilities of our college students, empowering them to make a optimistic affect within the wider group.”