Safely Home ranked 38 in Top 100 free apps on google play store: Health and Fitness was started 2 years back by Ishan Jindal, a student of IIT Delhi. With the support from government of Delhi, Gurgaon Police and various NGO’s and corporates, it was launched in September this year and was covered by over 30 newspapers and media houses combined. It was 2 years back during the Introduction to Engineering class that it struck the idea to Ishan. The major problem in its early days was to build a team and create the product. The idea of Safely Home was to create a mobile application that is fully automatic in detecting road accidents to provide early help to road accident victims and hence eliminating any 3rd party or bystander’s role. The app accident detection once installed works even without Internet or GPS running in the background. The key motive of ‘Safely Home’ is to provide help within minutes of an accident.




‘Safely Home’ app can AUTOMATICALLY detect road accidents if installed in your phone without any human intervention. On detection of any unfortunate event (like a road accident), the app immediately informs your loved ones for early help. You can also help an accident victim anonymously by clicking and sending us a photograph of the accident site and we will make sure that help is provided.


Other additional features added: ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

Whether your car breaks down, or you’re locked out, faced with a flat, or out of fuel, use the app to select all your issues and the GPS locator will log your location and will show the list of all cheapest, nearest and best mechanics available 24*7. Help will come in minutes.


Get live traffic updates on your phone to beat the rush. Get focused push notifications on surrounding road traffic situation and the ones that can come in your way to office or back home.


Team: The team

Ishan Jindal

Founder, third year Textile engineering student from IIT Delhi. Started alone in this journey 2 years back. Built a team and lead it to its current shape.


Ravitej Singh Rekhi

A third year electronics engineer from Amity University; you can find him busy writing or philosophising in the Delhi metro, where he spends most of his time.


Rishubh Singh

Second year computer science engineering student from IIT Delhi, passionate debater, football enthusiast and a manic coder. Not in that order though. Also, he is the youngest in the team


Simranjeet Singh

Third year computer science student from DTU, he loves spending sleepless nights on the computer or behind the wheel. And don’t worry about his driving; he has got Safely Home installed in his phone!


Ashoka Chandra Wardhan

A fourth year undergrad from IIIT Allahabad, he is addicted to coding. And food. And sleep. And a few other things as well.


Rishabh Arora

A pass-out of IIT Delhi. Works at AT Kearney by day and mulls over Safely Home by night.


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