Engineering Student Contest Winners Design Artificial Limb

Posted on September 3, 2006  Comments (2)

St. Joseph's College of Engineering students

St. Joseph’s engineering college students win design contest, India:

Three students of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering received a cash award of Rs.50,000 for their prototype of an artificial limb, presented in the `National Level Engineering Students Design Contest’.

The contest, organised by the Product Development and Management Association (PDMA), was aimed at encouraging engineering students to design innovative products.

Organising secretary K. Chandrasekaran said the event was held to address the gap between education and industry, promoting design education and take students to the logical end of working prototypes.

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2 Responses to “Engineering Student Contest Winners Design Artificial Limb”

  1. Engineering Students Design Innovative Hand Dryer
    March 25th, 2007 @ 9:29 am

    “Two engineering students at the University of Iceland have designed an innovative hand dryer, which is powered by hot water and uses only ten percent of the energy that conventional hand dryers need…”

  2. Anonymous
    October 26th, 2011 @ 5:17 am

    There should be lots more contests worldwide, it will see some amazing people come out of the wood work. Designers will be given more chance of making it in the big world.

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