DMI college hosts state schools expo

DMI College of Engineering organised a State-level project expo, DMInnovations’13 on October 11 for school students.

Published: 18th October 2013 02:56 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th October 2013 02:56 PM   |  A+A-

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DMI College of Engineering organised a State-level project expo, DMInnovations’13 on October 11 for school students.

Over 800 participants from 35 different schools across Tamil Nadu participated in the event. Around 89 science projects were exhibited. G N Joseph Dunston, director of DMICE, inaugurated the event.

At the higher secondary level St Joseph’s Matriculation HSS, Butt Road came first for ‘Hi-tech fishing’. The second prize went to St Joseph’s Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Poonamallee for ‘Integrated Organic Farming’. Kalgi Ranganathan School won the third prize for their ‘Solar Turbine Electric Ship’.

At the high school level, St Mary’s Matriculation School, Perambakkam bagged the first prize for ‘Different Kinds and Working Model’. The second prize went to Sri Rani Bai Matriculation School, Poonamallee for ‘Get Charge from Fruits’. The third prize went to Don Bosco Matriculation School, Pannur for ‘Fuel for Future’.

The first Special Appreciation Prize went to Daniel Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Poonamallee while the second prize went to Government High School, Kelambakkam.

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