Students of Bharati Vidyapeeth declared winners at IISF 2018
Siddhant Mishra and Ram Mishra, students of final year BTech (Electronics) from Bharati Vidyapeeth bagged the first prize for their project.
Pune: Bharati Vidyapeeth’s engineering students have secured the first and third position in the fourth India International Science Festival (IISF)-2018 which was held recently.
Siddhant Mishra and Ram Mishra, students of final year BTech (Electronics) bagged the first prize for their project ‘Wireless patient health monitoring and accidental crisis management system’ in the students engineering model competition of IISF-2018 under ‘Swasth Bharat’ domain.
While in the ‘Nav-Bharat Nirman’ domain, Kapil Agrawal and Aditiya Manethia, students of the second year of BTech (Mechanical) won for developing a concept of a ‘teen cyberspace’, a diverse cyberspace or Internet mainly designed for children and teenagers to surf the Internet without any fear of spamming and threat.
Anand Bhalerao, Principal of BV (DU) COE, AA Shinde, Head of Electronics Department, Professor Meena Chavan of Electronics Department and KB Sutar, Head of Mechanical Engineering Department guided and facilitated the students to present the projects in IISF-2018.
The fest was jointly organised by Department of Biotechnology of Government of India, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Earth Sciences at Indira Gandhi Foundation, Lucknow, in collaboration with Vijnana Bharti.
Renu Swaroop, Secretary of Department of Biotechnology, Vijay Bhatkar, President of Vijnana Bharati, Programme Coordinator for Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Earth Sciences awarded the certificate of appreciation.