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6th National wide HICSCI Science Expo-2016

Students from 20 different colleges across the nation participated at the 6th Nationwide HICSCI Himalayan Science Expo-2016, organized by Himalayan Club de’ Scientia in collaboration with Himalayan WhiteHouse International College, Tinkune on 23rd-24th December. The first day of the event comprised of poster and project presentation and on the second day exhibition was on. The winners were announced and awarded on the same day.

Uniglobe HSS with the Sustainability Infrastructure Support Bracket ‘ project was awarded the winner’s title. Similarly, Himalayan WhiteHouse International College secured the second position with their project of advanced City (Hologram),while Pentagon College grabbed the third position.

Uniglobe HSS strongly presented ideas on the sustainability in infrastructures of development of the country. it was based on the concept of saving energy and labor. With their concept of ‘soil moisture’ detector, farmers would be able to reduce manual work as their machine would automatically pour water upon moisture reduction and stop right when there’s enough water. The advanced technology with the concept of street light in their ‘smart city’, the project by Himalayan WhiteHouse HSS, would also reduce air pollution in the surroundings by trapping the air molecules. Most importantly, the 3-D hologram and LED light illusion attracted visitors’ attention.Also, ‘Drone’ made by the group of Kanjirowa National College was something different to watch. All the projects were equally praise worthy.

The program was officially inaugurated by Mr. Surya Prasad Gautam, Member Secretary of National Education Board. The winners were awarded with 25,000 , 15,000 & 10,000 respectively by College Principal Mr. Yuvraj Sharma and Vice Principal Mr. Narayan Kafle. The participants were acknowledged by Associate. Prof. Raghubar Shrestha, Academic Coordinator Mr. Chhatra Neupane and HICSCI President Mr.Sudarshan Subedi.”Many of the projects this year were related to local resources, electricity, sustainability and smart cities. It’s nice to see students trying to fix the situation using science. The future of the nation looks promising that way,” said Mr. Yuvraj Sharma.

Seminars, Presentation, Cultural Program, Food Fiesta., Educational and promotional stalls, Gaming zone, Face Painting, Drawing Competition, Career counseling were running side by side which added extra attraction to the fair.

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