Srishti Sharma has worked on numerous education and rehabilitation projects throughout the city of Delhi since she has always been motivated to take action for social problems. Srishti founded Project Kilkari while still a student to assist youngsters from low-income households and slum communities in enrolling in public schools.
She also founded Project Rehmat, which helped manual scavengers by giving them supplies and other job options.
Srishti has always wished to contribute to the safety of women. She was aware of businesses like Leaf Wearables and Electro Shoe, but she discovered a serious flaw in them. These were merely SOS devices that did not offer ladies any immediate assistance.
She began collaborating with an R&D team in Gurgaon and created “Shakti,” a wearable gadget in the form of a bangle that simply requires being squeezed twice while in close proximity to the attacker’s skin to release square current and instantly disarm him. The attacker is rendered helpless for two minutes, and only after thirty would he resume normal function. In addition, it notifies the woman’s top 3 emergency contacts by transmitting an SOS signal and live location.
The Department of Women & Child Development, Government of Delhi, has given its blessing to Srishti Sharma’s innovation.
The ‘Shakti’ device will be offered for sale on its own website and other e-commerce platforms at the current price of Rs 950. Srishti wants to reduce the cost for NGOs, slums, and villages.