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Science working model 'Petrohol' prepared by students of Sacred Hearts’ High School

Published On : 07 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: A Science working model 'Petrohol', fuel from fruit waste, was prepared by Olvita Sheeba D’Souza and Minolin Eena Pinto, students of standard 10, of Sacred Hearts’ High School, Kulshekar, under the guidance of Retd professor Jayanth ( St Agnes College, Department of Chemistry).

The model has been selected for participation and display at the '43rd Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics, and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE) for children-2016' and also for a presentation in ‘Idea Exchange Session – Among Young Minds’, a separate session during JNNSMEE, which will be held in Bengaluru, between December 13 and 19 .

Olvita Sheeba D’Souza is the second daughter of Oswald D’Souza and Veera D’Souza residing at Saripalla Kulshekar.







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