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Fatorda: Amidst the rising COVID-19 cases, the Fatorda-based Don Bosco College of Engineering students developed Sanitizing Robot.

 

Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and Health Minister Vishwajit Rane has appreciated the project, which will go a long way in keeping the virus at bay.

 

The robot has been developed by Final Year of Electronics and Telecommunications. The Robot works remotely and can sanitize closed offices, open markets, public areas, Hospitals etc without the intervention of any frontline workers.

 

Mr. Vivek Khadilkar, Mr Saeel Kamat & Ms. Drasti Naik have developed and tested the project under the guidance of Prof. Michelle Viegas  and Prof Mohini Naik, both Asst. Professors at DBCE.

 

They have received the guidance and support from the Director Fr. Kinley D’Cruz, Principal Dr Neena Panandikar and HOD Dr. Varsha Turkar. This project is supported and funded by the department of science and technology (DST) Goa.

 

Chief Minister, Dr. Pramod Sawant, appreciated the work done by the students and encouraged them to work further for the benefit of the society.

 

Students also received appreciation and encouragement from the Honourable Health Minister of Goa Vishwajeet Rane.

 

 

 

 

 

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