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Technical papers and fun during Vihan-06

A SERIES of technical and cultural functions like technical papers? presentation, live model demonstration, quiz contest, and band & instruments show was organised under festival Vihan-06 of Radharaman Institute of Technology and Science (RITS), Ratibad, near here.

india Updated: Mar 12, 2006 15:11 IST

A SERIES of technical and cultural functions like technical papers’ presentation, live model demonstration, quiz contest, and band & instruments show was organised under festival Vihan-06 of Radharaman Institute of Technology and Science (RITS), Ratibad, near here.

Budding engineers and technocrats of the engineering colleges of Bhopal, including MANIT, gathered and presented their technical papers.

The judges were from S V S Rajput, R K Baghel, both from MANIT. The presentation started with the topic “Nano-technology: Why defence should take notice”. It was presented by Manish Kumar Pandey from RITS.

A total of 15 papers were presented on topics like ‘geographic information system’, ‘Magnetically Levitated Train’, ‘Smart Card’, Bluetooth & Mobile Technology’ and ‘Nano Robotics’ etc.

Debojit Bhattacharya won the first prize for his paper on ‘Nano Robotics’. He said that if nano-technology were used to manufacture diesel engines, their efficiency would rise of 98 per cent from the conventional 40 per cent.

Musab Siddiqui and Prerna Tiwari of All Saints’ College of Technology won the second prize. They presented the paper on ‘Introduction to 100 per cent Security System’.

In live model presentation, Amandeep Singh stood first for his model of “Smart Light System”. He explained that how it automatically controls the intensity of light of the vehicle coming from the opposite direction and reduces chances of accidents. Om Prakash Prajapati and Ramesh Kumar from RITS won the second prize. In lane gaming the team of LNCT won the first prize.

Chief guest Colonel R K Gupta (Officiating Commandant, 3 EME Centre), guest of honour Colonel S C Dixit and Colonel S Kumar were welcomed with bouquets.

Director of the institute Dr L D Balani expressed thanks and spoke about the future planning of the institute. The founder and chairman of the institute, R R Saxena, proposed the vote of thanks.