NEWSLETTER-OCTOBER LAST WEEK

Ré- WINTER PROJECT INTAKE:

Get ready to explore your ideas. Our winter project intake will start this November. Here the platform to innovate and implement your projects into real time does happen at Ré. Your projects will be evaluated by a team of experts from top colleges and industries depending upon the quality of your project. KCTians, both UG and PG students are eligible for submitting projects. Make sure your project is unique, feasible and innovative.

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Ré-RECRUITMENT:

Be a part of Ré as a full time working recruit. The Recruitment process will begin this November. SOP forms are to be filled and submitted to us for further steps.  Before filling the SOP, know about yourself and explore yourself, prove your interpersonal skills. It is open to all UG students of KCT. If you are already in exploration circles of Ré, Résolution tribe or a researcher, you will have an advantage for becoming a part of Ré.

GO GREEN THIS DIWALI

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8 ALTERNATIVES WHICH YOU CAN USE INSTEAD OF HARMFUL FIRE CRACKERS FOR DEEPAVALI- No Pollution No Injuries No Risk

            I suggest that these alternatives can be used for Diwali instead of harmful fire crackers. Since Diwali is the festival of lights but not noise or harmful gases. Studies say that a one day celebration of Diwali with crackers is polluting the environment more than a car which runs for a year. Apart from these effects, they are highly risk for children and patients. It is injurious to health and cause physical damages to the body.

So here are simple eco-friendly alternatives to Diwali crackers:

  • LED SHOWS
  • BALLOON FIRE CRACKERS
  • BUBBLE WRAPS
  • GLOW STICKS
  • INFLATED PLASTIC BAGS
  • PARTY POPPERS
  • WISH LANTERNS
  • VUVUZELA

 

ENERGY HARVESTING BY FOOT STEPS USING WOOD PULP:

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The most common renewable energy resources being used to generate power are solar and wind energy, followed by foot boards. The scientists found that one of the cheapest renewable resource wood pulp which is being available in abundant as industrial waste also generate electricity. The main constituent in wood pulp which is used to generate power is cellulose nanofibres. Due to the vibration of footsteps, these materials come in contact with one another and then electrons move from one layer to another based on their charges. This in turn leads to charge imbalance due to movement of electrons from one layer to another. These generated electrons attempts to balance themselves which when connected to the external circuit leads to the generation of electricity which can be used by the common people.

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