Immanuel College organizes inter-college science fair

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/1/2019 12:10:46 PM IST

Commemorating the college’s 25th anniversary celebrations, the department of science, Immanuel College organized “Peirama”, a one day inter-college science fair under the theme “Imagination towards Innovation” on February 28.

A press release from the Immanuel College media cell convenor, Akutu Poireng stated that the event was graced by chief scientific officer, department of Science and Technology, government of Nagaland, Dr. Zavei Horse. He highlighted the workings and various activities and programs undertaken by the department for the development of Science and Technology in the state. He also spoke about a new program on chemical ecology of the North East Region (NER) of India, a collaboration program linking NER and Bangalore researchers. The objective of the program is to capitalize on existing connections between research institutions in Bangalore and North East India. He also thanked Immanuel College for taking the initiative of organising the event, and providing an opportunity and a platform for students to showcase their innovations and talents.
In the exhibition category, St. Joseph University’s “Smart City” static model was placed in the first position followed by Immanuel College’s “Solar Irrigation” static model as second. In the slide-show presentation, group two of St. Joseph’s College, led by Anorkia Dad and Sagaya Raslin took the first place with Immanuel College group two, presented by Imtimen and Akani Aye, placed second. In the poster presentation, Teihngam Konyak and Tingling Phone from Immanuel College emerged as winners while Euglina Chang and Hansheang Konyak of Immanuel College were placed second. 
The winning groups were awarded certificates and cash prizes of Rs. 10,000 each (first) and Rs. 5000 (second). Certificates of participation were also awarded to all the participants. The judges for the events were assistant professor, School of Engineering & Technology Nagaland University, Dr. Pelesakho Kehie and assistant professor, department of Botany St. John College Dimapur, Dr. Tarun Kumar Jana. Assistant professor, Serfudin Ali was the in-charge of distribution of accolades and prizes.

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