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NDTV Gadget Guru Awards 2015 just got bigger and better

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MUMBAI: NDTV Gadget Guru Awards 2015, one of the biggest awards in the field of consumer electronics, gadgets and technology will be held on 19 September.

This year the Awards are being held in Hyderabad in collaboration with India Gadget Expo. It will bring out the latest trends and showcase the very best that the tech world has to offer.

 The Award function will be hosted by the duo behind the flagship tech show Gadget Guru, NDTV’s tech Gurus Vikram Chandra and Rajiv Makhni. Adding glamour to awards this year with the duo Neha Dhupia is a new entrant to gadget guru awards family.

 Sharing his views on NDTV's long term relationship with technology and gadget guru awards 2015, NDTV Group CEO Vikram Chandra said, “It’s great to be back with the gadget guru awards. The awards have become a benchmark in the field of technology and gadgets. They will celebrate the best innovations in the tech world over the past one year and will honour the brands that have made a place in the hearts of the consumers."

The nomination have 17 specified categories Portable Audio Product (includes all kinds Bluetooth speakers and headphones), Consumer Electronics, Best TV of the Year (includes all kinds), Best Camera of the Year (includes all kinds), Portable Computing Product (includes tablets and laptops), Computer Peripheral, Mobile of the Year (any above the value of Rs 10,000), Phone of the Year Under Rs 10,000, Tech Innovation of the Year, App of the Year*, Gaming App/Game of the Year, Gadget Eye Candy*, NDTV Gadget of the Year (Jury’s Choice)*, Gadget of the Year (Viewers’ Choice)*, Best Smartwatch of the Year, Wearable Gadget of the Year (includes fitness bands, etc), Best Tech Car of the Year, Tech Brand Ambassador of the Year.

 The distinguished jury for the Awards feature Vikram Chandra-Group CEO & Executive Director NDTV Group, Rajiv Makhni-Managing Editor, Technology, NDTV Group, Gopal Sathe- Features Editor of NDTV Gadgets, Prasanto K Roy-Media and Digital Consultant, Anmol Taneja-Founder and CEO of Gadgets.in, Nishant Padhiar- Technology Consultant, Ashish Bhatia - Independent Technology Writer and Columnist and Kishore Bhargava-Technology Consultant.

 Talking about the unprecedented success of the previous awards and its bigger and better version this year, Rajiv Makhni, Editor, Technology, NDTV Limited, says, "The Gadget Guru Awards are the most esteemed and anticipated Awards in the Indian tech space. We were truly inspired by the overwhelming response received and have decided to go bigger this year. The Award Jury has some of the most respectable names in the industry and an extremely rigorous and exhaustive process has been put into place for the nominations and selection of winners.”

 Gadgets launched between 8th July 2014 and 31st July 2015 were eligible for this year’s nominations. The final winners will be shortlisted based on the test results and an extensive jury meet process and rating system.

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