Aprajita Srivastava

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Director
World Development Foundation, India



                                         

https://researchid.co/aprajita

Currently Cloud Support Engineer in Amazon Web Services with effect from July 2022 where she was earlier Cloud Support Associate from May 2021.
Executed MCIT, Govt. of Ethiopia project of establishing seven radio stations in different parts of Ethioipia in 2015. She filled the tender for global bid, vetted the contract that was signed with MCIT, Govt. of Ethiopia, opened Letter of Credit, procured the equipment and got the project executed within a time frame of twelve months. The stations provide the opportunity for citizens to express themselves socially, culturally, politically and spiritually, thus preparing each and every member of the community to participate in decision-making.

Negotiated and finally signed a marketing distribution agreement for India for video cloud with Brightcove. Brightcove Inc., incorporated on August 24, 2004, is a provider of cloud-based services for video. The Company’s flagship product is Brightcove Video Cloud (Video Cloud), an online video platform.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Technology (Computer Science & Engineering) from Bharti Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, GGS Indraprastha University, New Delhi, India in 2019
Management and Entrepreneurship, University of Oxford

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Cloud technology, ICT, Broadcasting, Social Development, SDG-2030, Technology enabled agriculture extension

FUTURE PROJECTS

Broadcast Technology for 2030 Reference: Srivastava, A., & Srivastava, H. O. . (2021). Broadcasting in 2030: Crystal Gazing. European Journal of Applied Sciences,9(6), 453–462. https://doi.org/10.147

Broadcasting has informed, educated and entertained the world population during last 120 years of its inception. There has been lot of technical evolution during this period namely coming of digital and compression technologies, emergence of satellite, internet and fiber optics adding to the earlier terrestrial mode of transmission and providing simplex to duplex mode and interactivity. This has also led to any person becoming a broadcaster using her/his smart phone and the social media like YouTube, Instagram, Facebook etc. apart from tens of thousands of DTH channel operators. In this scenario, the content called king, has suffered most, losing its appeal, integrity, reliability and ethics. Authors feel that by 2030, this will lead to the closure of most of the Public Broadcasting services, News Channel and unethical content broadcasters. Only A few bigger global delivery companies will survive who harness the potential of interactive and enhanced TV (ITV and ETV).


Applications Invited
Funds and Collaboration
34

Scholar Citations

4

Scholar h-index

1

Scholar i10-index

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Broadcasting in 2030: Crystal Gazing
    A Srivastava, HO Srivastava
    European Journal of Applied Sciences–Vol 9 (6) 2021

  • Analysis of Ex-YOLO algorithm with other real-time algorithms for emergency vehicle detection
    A Baghel, A Srivastava, A Tyagi, S Goel, P Nagrath
    Proceedings of First International Conference on Computing, Communications 2020

  • Detection of emergency vehicles using modified YOLO algorithm
    S Goel, A Baghel, A Srivastava, A Tyagi, P Nagrath
    Intelligent Communication, Control and Devices, 671-687 2020

  • GROWTH OF AGRICULTURE SECTOR : A KEY TO REALIZATION OF SDG 2030 pp. 70-84
    DHOS A. Srivastava
    African-Asian Journal of Rural Development 52 (2), 70-84 2019

  • "ICT and Mass Media for Agriculture & Education for SDG2030
    A Srivastava
    Key note address in National Conference 2019

  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030: A myth to reality
    A Srivastava
    JOJ Sciences, DOI: 10.19080/JOJS.2019.02.555576 2 (1), 001-003 2019

  • Simulation based performance comparison & analysis regarding static and mobile throwboxes impact on network performance in delay tolerant networks (DTNs) using ONE simulator
    A Srivastava, A Nayyar, R Jain, P Nagrath
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1142 (1), 012015 2018

  • Technology Assisted Knowledge Agriculture for Sustainable Development Goals
    A Srivastava
    Advances in Crop Science and Technology 5 (5) 2018

  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF UNDER-PRIVILEGED COMMU-NITIES BY COMMUNITY RADIO IMITATING ANCIENT TRADITION OF ORAL TEACHING
    A Srivastava
    GSJ 6 (2), 233 2018

  • VIDEO CLOUD BASED AGRICULTURE EXTENSION FOR GLOBAL POVERTY ALLEVIATION
    A Srivastava
    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CREATIVE RESEARCH THOUGHTS, ISSN:2320-2882 6 (1 2018

  • Using Mass Media and ICT for Agriculture Extension: A Case Study
    A Srivastava
    International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (IJSER) 9 (2) 2018

  • Privacy protection in cloud-A three stage model
    A Tyagi, S Goel, A Srivastava, R Jain
    Journal of Innovation in Computer Science and Engineering 8 (1), 27-31 2018

  • Takayasu arteritis in pregnancy
    M Dey, A Kapur, S Goyal, RD Wadhwa, A Srivastava, R Agarwal
    Medical Journal, Armed Forces India 71 (Suppl 1), S227 2015

  • Case study-Rupture of noncommunicating rudimentary horn pregnancy with heart disease
    S Goel, A Kapur, AK Srivastava
    BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY 121, 139-139 2014

  • Road to elimination of vertical transfer of HIV from mother to child
    A Srivastava, R Wadhwa, A Kapur, R Agaewal
    BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY 121, 151-151 2014

  • A True Story of Encounter with Unexplainable, ASIN: B00KB0OIMK
    SHOS Srivastava Aprajita
    2014

  • 3-Step User Authentication in Cloud Environment
    A Srivastava, S Goel, A Tyagi, R Jain


  • Security Issues in Cloud Computing
    A Tyagi, A Srivastava, R Jain


MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Takayasu arteritis in pregnancy
    M Dey, A Kapur, S Goyal, RD Wadhwa, A Srivastava, R Agarwal
    Medical Journal, Armed Forces India 71 (Suppl 1), S227 2015
    Citations: 13

  • Detection of emergency vehicles using modified YOLO algorithm
    S Goel, A Baghel, A Srivastava, A Tyagi, P Nagrath
    Intelligent Communication, Control and Devices, 671-687 2020
    Citations: 7

  • Technology Assisted Knowledge Agriculture for Sustainable Development Goals
    A Srivastava
    Advances in Crop Science and Technology 5 (5) 2018
    Citations: 7

  • Analysis of Ex-YOLO algorithm with other real-time algorithms for emergency vehicle detection
    A Baghel, A Srivastava, A Tyagi, S Goel, P Nagrath
    Proceedings of First International Conference on Computing, Communications 2020
    Citations: 4

  • Simulation based performance comparison & analysis regarding static and mobile throwboxes impact on network performance in delay tolerant networks (DTNs) using ONE simulator
    A Srivastava, A Nayyar, R Jain, P Nagrath
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1142 (1), 012015 2018
    Citations: 2

  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF UNDER-PRIVILEGED COMMU-NITIES BY COMMUNITY RADIO IMITATING ANCIENT TRADITION OF ORAL TEACHING
    A Srivastava
    GSJ 6 (2), 233 2018
    Citations: 1

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Knowledge Agriculture (TM) is a process which uses technology and tools such as Greenhouse, IOT (Internet of Things), Robotics, AI (Artificial Intelligence), UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) and specialized software for weather modelling, smart zone seeding, fertilizer modelling,
Reference: Srivastava A (2018) Technology Assisted Knowledge Agriculture for Sustainable Development Goals. Adv Crop Sci Tech 6: 391. DOI: 10.4172/2329-8863.1000391

CONSULTANCY

Negotiated and finally signed a marketing distribution agreement for India for video cloud with Brightcove. Brightcove Inc., USA , a provider of cloud-based services for video. The Company's flagship product is Brightcove Video Cloud (Video Cloud), an online video platform.
Published Research paper for use of Cloud video for global agriculture extension.
Reference: Aprajita srivastava, Video Cloud Based Agriculture Extension For Global Poverty Alleviation, © 2018 IJCRT | Volume 6, Issue 1 February 2018 | ISSN: 2320-2882, https://www.ijcrt.org/papers/IJPUB1801136.pdf

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

Executed MCIT, Govt. of Ethiopia project of establishing seven radio stations in different parts of Ethiopia in 2015.The stations provide the opportunity for citizens to express themselves socially, culturally, politically and spiritually, thus preparing each and every member of the community to participate in decision-making.