Shivek S. Mittal,Sehajpreet Singh,Shubhank Gaur,



High-Performance Computing (HPC) Nexus,Internet of Things (IOT),MIMO,6TH Generation,Low Latency,Network Bandwidth,


India is a developing country in terms of both technology and infrastructure. Since India is already pursuing its research in 5G and is already using the 4G network, but the problem that Indian citizens have with the current mobile network infrastructure can’t be properly solved even by the upcoming 5G, so here we need to think about why we are talking about 6G in such an early stage. Not only because of the great network bandwidth and low latency of the features of 6G, or why we say that 6G will be a game changer for Indian mobile network infrastructure because of features like maximum spectral efficiency that’s up to 1000 km/hours and peak data rate that’s up to 1 Tbps, which is twice that of 5G and nearly quadruple that of 4G. In this paper, we discussed what the main advantages are. What are the problems faced by Indians, why these problems are caused, and how 6G can solve them? We also provide the questions that we asked the people (mainly the youth of India). In addition, our paper also suggests a project idea that provides a technological solution to teachers’ and professors’ wasted time at schools or colleges attending this conference


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