Genesis Engineering College students have created a 'Solar Dryer' useful for farmers and the general public. They won an award at the 'KIT' Exhibition.
College of Engineering department students Chandan Mahadik, Prasad Patil, Digvijay Shinde, Akshya Otari, Ajay Patil created this coal-ready device which can be used by the common man to prepare vegetables, fruits, food, wood, textile and dairy food. The goal was to overcome the deficiencies of energy and to use renewable energy as much as possible.
This device will not only save energy, it will also reduce the cost by reducing the consumption of live electricity. "There was an overwhelming response to the same during the exhibition in 'KIT' College.
About Genesis Engineering College: Shri Samarth Education and Research Foundation was formed in the year 2011 by group of likeminded professionals from different walks of society with a view to impart quality education in engineering. The foundation is headed by Mr. D M Shinde, an agriculturist by profession, and an academician by nature. Shinde believes that the budding engineers must be provided exposure to the ground realities of different sections of our society, including ‘bottom of the pyramid’, and these engineers need to be equipped with tools for solving real-life problems. The Chairman is supported by the secretary of the trust, who is himself an engineering postgraduate and having more than 20 years of industrial and academic experience. The executive team comprises academicians and professionals having doctoral and postgraduate degrees in their respective fields of expertise, with an average of 25 years experience in academia and profession.