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Loyola Jamshedpur declared State Champion at Jharkhand School Innovation Challenge

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Hill Top School claims 3rd spot

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Jamshedpur, Sept 09: The Loyola School team comprising Sagar Kumar and Sankalp Kumar with the technology developed to convert used and waste plastic into useful substances by using 3-D printers, was declared champion at the Jharkhand School Innovation Challenge (JH-SIC 2023) that concluded on Saturday at the Golden Jubilee Lecture Theatre of IIT (ISM) with trhe prize distribution ceremony.

The three-students’ team including Aman Kumar, Anshu Kumar and Roshan Kumar of Mahendramuni Saraswati Vidya Mandir, Madhupur, Deoghar bagged the second prize with their developed model of a fire fighting drone.

Arush Roy, Darshil Tripathy and Ajitesh Kumar of Team Hill Top School, Jamshedpur (East Singhbhum) added to the city’s joy by claiming the third spot with their creation, ‘Khet Rakshak’ or farmland protector that could be put to effective use for keeping away locust swarms from agriculture land.

The 4th place was claimed by DBMS English School team of Samarth Pandey, J Monish and Siddharth Singh that developed a low cost, efficient communicator for people suffering from Paralysis. The fifth place went to SDSM School for Excellence, (team representatives Sourav Kumar Singh, Poonam Kumari, Shubham Shaw and Shubham Dutta) for the development of Salvation Stick.

The top team, Loyola School was awarded a cash prize of Rs 50,000 while the second and third toppers were provided cash prizes of Rs 30,000 and Rs 20,000 respectively.

Vice Chancellor of Jharkhand Technical University, Pro DK singh was the chief guest at the ceremony lauded the effort of IIT (ISM) in organizing this prestigious state event and

exhorted the participants to use their scientific knowledge and technical acumen to solve

the problems afflicting the community at the grass root level.

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