A mechanical groundnut separator, a pendulum that produces power, a modified mini version of a car that uses a bike engine, a model of a house that is friendly to visually-challenged persons, a machine that helps rescue children who fall into borewells and hundreds of brilliant models that showcase the creative talent of students attracted a large number of visitors to the three-day open house exhibition held at Kongu Engineering College from August 16 to 18.

In all, students from the college displayed over 700 working models at the exhibition. Over 150 working models made by the students from various schools were also on display.

Anna University, Coimbatore, Regional Director in-charge, K. Sivakumar inaugurated the exhibition in the presence of KVIT President Murugesan, Correspondent R.K. Viswanathan, Principal S. Kuppuswami and senior faculty members. The exhibition attracted a large number of students from Erode and neighbouring districts.

The management of the college sanctioned Rs. 20 lakh to fund the projects of the students.

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