‘Intinta Innovator’ program aids create advancement devices
Khammam: The concepts of pupils, young people and also instructors that belong to the ‘Intinta Innovator’ program of the Telangana State Innovation Cell (TSIC) are showcasing their concepts to resolve everyday issues notified the area Collector VPGautham As component of Independence Day events at Pared premises in the community, 3 stalls of Intinta Innovator brought in a massive group.
During the program District Collector, VP Gautham connected with the pioneers and also valued their concepts and also observed the presentation.
He stated, “TSIC selected innovations that have the potential for commercialisation and will engage with the youngsters who came up with the idea, facilitating access to need-based analysis, mentorship, prototype development through a specific programme. Out of 11 innovators, only three were selected by TSIC.
Selected projects are Starter with a remote controller by Velle Srinivas, Garlic and onion skin removing machine by S Satyanarayana Reddy, Multi-Purpose spreader by B Hanuma informed programme coordinator and District Science Officer B Saidhulu.
Innovator V Srinivas a cable TV technician, speaking to The Hans India, said, “The starter gadget is extremely beneficial to farmers. The variety of farmers that passed away of electrocution while they chose changing on farming electric motors is high. I had a suggestion of making use of starter setting to turn on and also off agri-motors to stop fatalities from this problem.”
He said, “The area Collector valued my job and also the expense of making is just Rs 900,” he informed. Another innovator Selam Satyanaryana Reddy a private electrician who studied ITI and a resident of Ayyavarigudem under Errupaem mandal in the district. He got an idea for a time-saving method in the work of peeling the skin of Onion, Garlic and Ground nut on an industrial scale.
He said, “The maker was made from plastic and also collaborates with atmospheric pressure. The time-saving maker will certainly assist farmers and also resorts. The making cost for the gadget is Rs 50,000. The 3rd Innovator B Hanuma a government instructor at Konijerla stated, “The device he invented is a multipurpose spreader. Farmers depend on labours’ for cultivation works. The multipurpose spreader enables for three types of usage (spreading fertilisers, seeds and weed removing) and the machine making cost is at Rs 2000.”