What is your most important achievement till date? These child prodigies have a set of patents to their names before they got past high school, meet the real future of India.
1. Oxygen, carbon dioxide level indicator in the car.
S R Valva, Tamil Nadu, Patent:- 5089/CHE/2013
The idea struck him after reading and hearing the news about accidental deaths in cars due to suffocation. This brilliant student developed a system to detect the level of Oxygen/Carbon Dioxide inside the car and automatically open the window when carbon dioxide’s level go beyond safe.
2. Automatic blade swinging ceiling fan for easy cleaning.
Atheerth Chandran, Kerala, Patent:- 5139/CHE/2013
It’s quite difficult to clean a ceiling fan properly but this student came up with a genius idea. Atheerth developed a new kind of ceiling fan. When you switch off the fan, the blades loop downwards so they could be cleaned easily and go back to normal when switched back on.
3. Step-lock system in bus.
R Santhosh, J Rajasekar, A Nivashini, K Rathna, Tamil Nadu, Patent:- 5120/CHE/2013
Santhosh and his friends observed this problem every day that people travel standing on door’s stairs which leads to accidents so they developed a mechanism which would not allow the bus to move if people are standing on its stairs.
4. Pen to check concentration.
Rudra Prasad Goswami, Jharkhand, Patent:- 1254/KOL/2013
Think about a pen which can indicate that you are unable to concentrate on a particular topic. Rudra Prasad developed a pen with pressure sensors on the grip to indicate loss of concentration when the grip loosen. Your pen will tell everyone if you are attentive or not.
5. A torch with an additional bulb.
Md. Alisher, Bihar
Once Alisher was returning home with his grandmother at night and suddenly hurt himself by falling into a pit. Although he had a torch but he had to use it to show way to his grandmother who was trailing behind him. After thinking about this over night he came up with an idea so that a single torch can throw light in different directions. Alisher invent a torch having another bulb below the main bulb so that light is available near the feet.
6. Low cost Braille printer
Santokh Singh, Khushwant Rai, Punjab, Patent:- 3331/DEL/2013
Once, both friends visited the school for the visually impaired for a school project where they saw all the printing work done manually which was very time consuming. To overcome this problem both friends modified a dot matrix printer to work at a low cost to work as a Braille Printer.
7. Automatic spike system near traffic signal.
Shameet Badarla, Andhra Pradesh, Patent:- 3348/DEL/2013
Shameet lost his friend in an accident caused due to signal jumping. This accident made Shameet think about this seriously and come up with a solution. Shameet came up with the idea of retractable spikes before zebra crossing that come out when traffic signal is red, people will have to wait till the traffic signal gets green.
8. Reminding the owner if keys are forgotten in the vehicle.
Chandramouly K Kandachar, Karnataka, Patent:- 5135/CHE/2013
Chandramouly read about various incidents when owner by mistake leaves the keys in car,which subsequently gets stolen. To overcome this problem, Chandramouly invented a system in vehicle which would inform the driver through a phone call if the key has been forgotten in the vehicle.
9. Electronic purse with paired watch.
Phamnya Konyak, Nagaland, Patent:- 1304/KOL/2013
Phamnya belongs from a rural area and she is the first student winner from Nagaland. She invented a password protected purse and an electronically paired watch which alerts you if someone steals your purse.
10. Puncturing mechanism for water bottles.
Shibajyoti Choudhury, Rajashree Choudhary, Madhya Pradesh, Patent:- 3411/MUM/2013
Once while travelling in a train, they saw some children picking up used littered water bottles, refilling and reselling them. This can be very dangerous for someone health. These children invented a stay-tab like mechanism, like the one in cold drink cans, at the bottom of water bottles to puncture it once opened. This will stop reusability or misuse of the bottles.
11. New design of serving tray.
Alok Singh, Uttar Pradesh
Once while serving tea to a guest, Alok spilled hot tea over him, resulting some burns to his hands and stains on his cloths and sofa. After this incident he started thinking on how this kind of problem could be avoided and after some time came up with this new stylish method which makes serving easy.