Army inventors shine at 'Sahasak Nimavum-2018'
[November 03 2018]
Lanka Army personnel who had
presented their new inventions
for the 'Sahasak Nimavum-2018'
competition had managed to win
19 Gold, Silver and Bronze
medals. According to Army media,
29 Army inventors had submitted
their innovations at the
national exhibition held at the
Sri Lanka Exhibition and
Convention Centre (SLECC),
recently (14-16 September).
The exhibition organized by the Sri Lanka Inventors
Commission had 335 new inventions on display. Sri Lanka Army inventors
from all Security Forces Headquarters, with the support of the Army's
Research Analysis Projection & Development Branch (RAP & D Branch) had
initially presented 239 inventions.
A gas stove that burns biological waste invented by
Lance Corporal J.C.I Nishanthi of Sri Lanka Army Women's Corps won a
Gold medal. The elephant repel light, automatic gear system for bicycles
and the sample pad (midi) were awarded Silver medals. In addition, 15
Bronze medal were also won by Army inventors.
The awarding ceremony was held at the BMICH with the
participation of the President, last week (29 October).