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Details Junior Class VIII to XII Wipers for Side Glasses in Cars FIRST: Vishan Deepak Popat VIII, Navrachna School, Vadodara, Gujarat Wipers for cars to enable people inside, see from the sides also clearly. Automated Traffic Signal System SECOND: Girish.S and Ashwin Nagarajan X, Padma Sheshadri Bala Bhavan, Chennai, Tamilnadu The traffic signal, based on the traffic volume rather than only on time interval, unlike what we already have. LPG Exhausting Indicator THIRD: Ullas Keshav, Poornesh A.S., Amogh M Hooli, Vignesh D Nernekar, Akshay Tulasigeri VIII, Shri Sathya Sai Lok Seva Vidya Kendra, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka An electronic device that informs the user that the LPG in the gas cylinder is going to exhaust. When the weight of the cylinder decreases beyond a certain fixed weight, the signal gets activated. Consolation Automatic Garbage Disposal Riya Misra and Seerat K Dhillon VIII, Vasant Valley School, New Delhi. A dustbin/garbage that can take garbage till a particular weight, once the weight exceeds, the bin tilts and throws the garbage into the garbage bin outside. Load Controlling System Anubhav Haldiya X, Maharaj Sawai Mansingh Vidyalaya, Jaipur, Rajasthan A system, using sensors and weight measuring system, checks overloaded vehicles and does not allow them to cross the check point. Street lights - Saving Electricity Yashvir Surana And Dev Agnihotri X, Maharaj Sawai Mansingh Vidyalaya, Jaipur, Rajasthan Idea of having street lights and reflecting mirrors alternatively on the opposite sides of the road. As the light they a convex mirror. The plan is to put two density lights and on the opposite put four convex mirrors as reflectors. Accident Proof Vehicle/Technology (New Inventions) Susant Pattnaik X, DAV Public School, Bhuvaneshwar, Orissa A sensor based system on automobiles to detect vehicles, obstacles and pot holes. Abhin Phillip from JNV School, Palakkad, Kerala, received consolation price for the idea of Accident Preventer. Below Class VIII Double Door Dustbin FIRST: Amnaya Sheel Khosla, Mrudang Mathur, Shreyas Kadaba, Abhiveer Arjun VII, Vasant Valley School, New Delhi A dustbin, with upper part just like normal dustbin in which we put daily waste. The lower part has a drawbridge like system, wherein a side can be lowered enabling a person to sweep dust directly into the dustbin. Rain Water Harvesting Umbrella SECOND: Ojasvi Goel VI, Vasant Valley School, New Delhi An umbrella that protects from rain and at the same time harvests rain water and makes it available for drinking in a bottle. Garbage Collection THIRD: Atulya Gupta IV, The Banyan Tree, New Delhi An idea of garbage collection by putting a thin layer of magnetic material in the empty wrappers of eatables. Correspondingly the public dustbins will also have a similar magnetic material. These wrappers when thrown near the dustbins or even randomly flying in the air, will get attracted to the bin. Consolation Portable and Safe Cooker Venkatesh Jindal, Viraj Nanda, Ashrant Kohli VII, Vasant Valley School, New Delhi. A small portable cooker that weighs approximately a kilogram. It is covered with aluminium foil and can be put on the flame for cooking. IPL Business Twenty Twenty (Designed on the IPL cricket league) Siddharth Somani VII, Anand Niketan School, Ahmedabad, Gujarat A board game for children of 6+ years of age, played by two to four players. It teaches a child (a) investment for higher returns (b) Strategize - through various scenario options to save the cost and in turn run the most profitable business. Each player is given a fixed amount of money at the start of game from the IPL Bank. MNMJEC Chennai, Tamilnadu
Volume No. Honey Bee 19(4): 12-13, 2008