The event began with a racing speed and durability test. An energy efficient hybrid man powered three wheeled electric vehicle was paddled by two persons. Each vehicle was capable of seating two and catering to day-to-day mobility needs. University Vice Chancellor Professor Arun Grover commended students for their innovation.
Prof. Arun Grover, VC PU (These events are basically to expose the practical expose of engineers and these events help the students to know the real life situation. )
I. V. Rao,Chairman, SAE North Institute ( To develop their design skills , to give opportunities to the students this event is organized every year)
The young innovators were felicitated at the prize distribution ceremony. The winning candidate was decided upon on the basis of combined evaluation of all events. The winner of the overall contest in static, dynamic and endurance categories was team 17 from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi and team number 31 from Kerala. Both the teams received a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh each.
Team 17,Winners ( We were expecting our win and our dream comes true)
Team 31, Winners ( We came for the first time in Effy-cycle event…. we feel proud as we won the first prize)
Three all girls’ teams from Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi, stole the show at the campus. The girls’ team from New Delhi won the cash award. Last year, 17 teams participated in the event. There were 62 participants this year.
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