Jay Gajjar

Jay Gajjar

CEO & innovation Develpoer

An 22 ­year­old boy in Bodeli town of Chhota Udepur district has developed an operating system software that is high on security quotient as it keeps most viruses at bay and runs faster than any other software. Jay Gajjar has named his software as MARK Computer Operating System. Apple, Windows, Linux etc are some of the most popular operating systems in the world.
He has started his company SPG Infotech. The software designed by him supports Android Application Package (APK) files as well as Executable (EXE) files. Comparatively, the software is faster than other operating systems. The best feature of his software is that it keeps virus away.
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“After the continuous efforts of one and a half years, I finally came up with software which is very useful
to the one who do not have mobile phones. One can run any mobile android application in computer that
too without software. I would like to thank my parents and teachers without whom I would have never
been able to attain this level”, said Jay Gajjar
After completing class X in Sheth HH Shirowala High School in Bodeli, Jay Gajjar joined Diploma in
Information Technology in Government Polytechnic Gandhinagar. In the last year of the Diploma, he did a
course on professional hacking which played a vital role in developing this software.
“I am proud of my son who completely engrossed himself in studies and came up with such useful software. I am a novice in information technology as I belong to different field but I am so happy for my son’s achievement,” said the proud father Pradip Gajjar.
“My son was intelligent since beginning. He never told us about the software and surprised us when he asked for money for registering his company. He used to ask me to wake him up once everybody fell asleep. His hard work has borne fruit,” said Sonal Gajjar, mother
He never told us about the software and surprised us when he asked for money for registering his company. He used to ask me to wake him up once everybody fell asleep. ­ Sonal Gajjar, mothe