Kumarapalayam, J.K.K.Nattraja Educational Institutions School and College Students, who participated in various competitions such as “Smart India Hackathon 2019” (conducted by the Department of Human Resource Development, Government of India), “Inspire Award” (conducted by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India), Tamil Nadu Student Innovator Award, Startup Mania 3.0 (conducted by CII, Young Indian, Native Lead Foundation and Kongu DPI) this year, have advanced to the final round by pioneering the creativity of their unique innovations.
Mr.Nithyapriyan, Mr.Maheshboopathi, Mr.Sridharan, Mr.Hariharan, Ms. Jayarahini and Ms. Mushinanisha 4th year, B. Pharmacy, J.K.K.Nattraja College of Pharmacy, Kumarapalayam for being selected for the Grand Finale SIH-2019 Software edition, aimed at developing entrepreneurial ecosystem in India, by MHRD, Govt. of India, to be conducted at Mumbai, Maharashtra from 2nd March to 3rd March 2019, based on their solution offered in designing a prototype of cost-effective method to detect the possible breakdown of the machinery during production.
The stem cell preservation method considered to be a key feature of future medical care has been protected from the baby’s umbilical cord blood. The cost of preservation for future use is very high. But A. Nanditha, R. Durgadevi and S.S.Akil Praveen, IInd Year BDS, J.K.K.Nattraja Dental College and Hospital, Kumarapalayam found a new method of protecting the stems cells from dental pulp. They were selected for the first round in the competition for “Tamil Nadu State Creators 2018”, held at the Nandha Engineering College, Perundurai on 01-02-2019. They will participate for the final round in the competition, to be held soon in Anna University, Chennai.
Ms.Naziya Navas, Ms.Merin Shaji, Ms.Denlia Tintu, 5th year, Doctor of Pharmacy, J.K.K.Nattraja College of Pharmacy, for being selected for the Grand Finale based on their boot camp performance, on designing a prototype of cost-effective medicated patch for diagnosis, protection, prevention and first aid for diabetic foot ulcer patients, held at Anna University Regional Campus Coimbatore from 11.02.2019 to 13.02.2019, at the state level Tamil Nadu Student Innovators (TNSI)-2018, aimed at developing entrepreneurial ecosystem in the state (Entrepreneurship Development Innovation Institution), as well as awareness, ideation, boot camp and hackathon programme, by Govt. of Tamilnadu. At the boot competition, 6 teams were selected among the 31 teams that contested on prototype designing on the problems offered.
The Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India is implementing a national program Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) for attracting talented young students to study Science and pursue career in Research. J.K.K.Nattraja Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kumarpalayam ATL lab 5 students have submitted their innovative ideas and the 5 ideas have been got selected with inspire award of Rs.10,000 to develop their ideas into prototypes to submit in District level.
Our 5 innovative ideas and students’ names are
1. Smart Helmet – A.Dinesh -8th std
2. Intelligent Dustpin – S.Maduranagavi – 6th std
3. Oil spill cleaner boat – S.Gokulraj -10th std
4. TFT controlled home appliances – V.P.Ajay kumar – 7th std
5. Auto bore well – Suresh kumar – 9th std
The district level competition was held at Trinity College, Mohanaur road, Namakkal on 24th Jan 2019. More than 200 schools including Matriculation schools, CBSE schools, Govt Aided schools, Govt middle and higher secondary schools participated in the competition.
Our innovative projects listed below have been got selected for the next level i.e State level exhibition to be held at Chennai.
1. Smart Helmet – A.Dinesh -8th std.
2. Oil spill cleaner boat – S.Gokulraj -10th std.
3. TFT controlled home appliances – V.P.Ajay kumar – 7th std.
Smt. N. Sendamaraai, Chairperson of J.K.K.Nattraja Educational Institutions, Kumarapalayam congratulated and advised that “Innovative should not only be new discoveries but also serve poor people”.
Mr. S.Ommsharravana, Director of J.K.K.Nattraja Educational Institutions, Kumarapalayam appreciated and advised that “Students to develop their skills in their core area to sustain in this fourth industrial revolution”.
Also Principals, Chief Administrative Officer and all the Faculty members congratulated the students.