## Energy Saving Classroom – Save Electricity

Have you heard about the sensor operated switch to reduce energy consumption? These students have come up with a device that turns on/off the lights and fans depending on the number of people present in the room. Watch the video to know about this exciting device.

## Eco Friendly Street Light That Save Electricity

Street lighting provides a number of important benefits. It can be used to promote security in urban areas. Street lighting also improves safety for drivers, riders, and pedestrians. Watch this video of how a student has devised an eco friendly street light.

## Future of Transport and Communication

Road accidents lead to a high number of casualties every year. This model detects approaching vehicles on a turn and prevents road mishaps. It prevents waste of electricity by using solar power to operate street lights. Watch the video to know more.

## Future of Transport and Communication

Road accidents lead to a high number of casualties every year. This model detects approaching vehicles on a turn and prevents road mishaps. It prevents waste of electricity by using solar power to operate street lights. Watch the video to know more.

## A Non-Electric Curd Churner – Curd Churning Method Science Model

Churning is a method of stirring cream or whole milk to produce curd, usually by using a food churn. Across many regions, women use electrical churning devices that consume a lot of electricity, are inefficient and can’t be used during power cuts. Whereas the tool developed by this student is much better than the ordinary churning machine, since … Continue reading “A Non-Electric Curd Churner – Curd Churning Method Science Model”

## Electricity Sector in India: Problem Solved

The country’s installed power generating capacity of 334.4 gigawatts as of January 2018, which makes it the world’s fifth-largest country. Over the last 5 years, India put up 99.21 GW of additional capacity. 91. 73 GW came from thermal sources, 5.48 GW from hydro, and 2 GW from nuclear sources. 99.92 percent of villages in … Continue reading “Electricity Sector in India: Problem Solved”