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Bengal students make mini robot


March 10, 2014

As a child we are encouraged to dream. Dreams not only revolve around fantasies but also concern our ambitions in life.  It takes sheer determination to bring that dream to fruition. Three students of Ramkrishna Mission School, Narendrapur - Shreyanta Chattopadhyay, Jyotiprakash Ray and Arnab Pal - harboured the dream of making something innovative which will bring them to limelight. They achieved what they dreamed of, and how!

Pursuing a dream

On the occasion of Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary, the school organised an exhibition where this young trio has showcased a mini electronic robot car; which are also known as ‘bot’.  The car comes with a camera, which can rotate 360 degrees, fitted on top that allows it to capture videos of the surroundings.

Shreyanta dreams of going to NASA and plans to pursue research in physics. Satellites and space exploration vehicles carrying out studies in other planets always intrigued him and his friends. So they wanted to make the basic model for public display.

No child’s play

The car consists of 60 rpm motor, 12 volt battery, four wheels, circuit board capacitor, resistors and other required mechanical parts, told Arnab. Computer switched-mode power supply is being used for its operation. They took just two days to make it.Their teachers Sudipto Das and Amitabha Chakraborty helped them in accomplishing the feat. The teachers along with the principal Swami Bedpurushananda are proud of them.

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