Creative concepts displayed

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Creative concepts displayed

It is possible for students to put in their knowledge and the concepts they have studied to create something that could be of use to the common man.This was what the final year students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology had to say through their various projects.

Around 52 projects were on display recently and each of them received much attention.The enthusiastic students were ready with power-point presentations, videos, charts, hoardings and other visuals to describe their respective projects. The students put in around three to four months of hard work to create their projects.They tried to use everything, which they have studied over the past three years, and finally came out with marvellous masterpieces.

Some of the projects, which were on display included solar-powered drilling machine, cooking machine robot, anti-lock braking system, adaptive headlight system, unmanned aerial vehicle based on a biologically-inspired design and performance characteristics of Jatropha-blended bio-diesel for diesel engines. It was amazing to see the way these students came up with all these innovative ideas.

Jagmohan Sharma, a final-year student who was part of a project, says, “The three months, when we involved ourselves in our projects, were really great. We have been preparing for it for about three years now and all our efforts have borne fruits. We went through many concepts and worked on them rigorously and finally came up with something worthwhile.”

There were simple things in some projects, which a common man could understand, along with complicated concepts.Three projects which gathered much attention were Pegasus, which is a bike that runs with the help of battery and fuel; Dexter, a robot which disposes explosives and Smart Cook, which makes Uppitu and Kesaribath.

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