Bronze medal in Tunisia: Committee of Riyadhu’s salihin honored Katsina contingent
For winning a bronze medal in the previous International Science, Engineering Technology Festival held from Saturday 17th to Friday 23rd March 2018 in Monastir, Tunisia teacher and the students of the Government College Funtua, day wing were honoured by the committee of Riyadhu’s salihin at masallacin sarkin Kara Bakori road Funtua.
The honorarium given to them was under the leadership of sheikh Lawandi sarkin Kara for their success in science and engineering competition national and International.
They also pray for more wisdom to the teacher and students and also thanks the principal, zonal director, PTA, the commissioner and His Excellency the executive Governor toward commitment to see that Katsina state excel in all the competition.
The committee also urge government to honour the teacher and the students for motivation, the Malam also prayed for everyone that contributed towards the success.
It could be recalled that the State represented Nigeria at the International Science, Engineering Technology Festival held from Saturday 17th to Friday 23rd March 2018 in Monastir, Tunisia.
Katsina State contingent comprising of 3 Students namely Zaharadden Suleman, Mustapha Kabir and Ahmed Sa’idu as well as the supervisor Yazid Ahmed and other officials from the Ministry of Education won Bronze Medals with their project titled “Multipurpose Thermal Solar Collector System.
This was contained in a statement signed by Salisu Lawal Kerau, Public Relations Officer of Katsina State’s ministry of Education and gotten by katsinapost.com.
According to the statement, the device is designed to do multi functions such as warming of water from solar energy, collection of distilled water for injections and laboratory purposes, incubation of eggs among others.
The device can collect solar energy of up 79°c that can be used to perform the mentioned functions.
The project is very vital to control wastages of Guinea Fowl eggs laid in the rural areas but can not be hatched due excessive number but ended up as waste.
Over 22 Countries participated at the international event with about 300 projects presented by over 1000 participants.