Albertian Institute of Science & Technology (AISAT), Kalamassery and ASA Kerala jointly organised GIJUTSU-15, a project competition for engineering students on 26th June 2015 at AISAT- Technical Campus, Kalamassery. The Event was inaugurated by Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvassery, Manager, AISAT. GIJUTSU-15 aimed to promote the innovative ideas and ventures of students in the field of engineering.
15 Teams of students selected from colleges all across Kerala participated in the Event and projects in various engineering disciplines were presented. AWH College, Kuttikkattoor won the First Prize for their project ‘AYIN’, a smart wearable device that helps to control all other digital devices in the world such as pc, tabs and smartphones. Sahrdaya College, Kodakara and St. Joseph’s College Pala won the Second and Third Prizes respectively. The total prize money worth Rs. 50,000/- will be awarded on 5th October 2015 at Nippon Kerala Centre by His Excellency the Japanese Ambassador in the presence of Honourable Governor of Kerala.
Some attractions of the Event were the projects ‘Motor cycle for hand disabled’, ‘Smart wheelchair’, ‘ARPITHA, a safety device for women and children’ and ‘Rubber tapping machine’. All projects presented were relevant to the society as they dealt with problems faced by common man in his day to day life.
Mr. Balan M Nair, Director, Watts Electronics Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Hudson Peter, Member, ASA Kerala, Mr. A J Antony, Rtd. CGM, Cochin Shipyard Ltd., Dr. George Sleeba, former CMD, FACT, Prof. Dr. K E George, Principal, AISAT and Rev. Fr. John Christopher, Assistant Manager, AISAT were present during the Event.