15 Cos to participate in Aryans solar fest


Srinagar, Nov 18: To make students aware about the scope and use of Solar Energy and renewable resources, Aryans College of Engineering, Chandigarh is organizing a solar fest on Nov 21.
 The “Aryans Solar Fest” will be held at Aryans campus in Chandigarh. Around 2000 students from different schools would participate in the Fest.
Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans College of Engineering said that more than 15 organizations including Government Agencies, Private Agencies and individuals would come to display their projects and make students aware about the use of solar energy and solar products.
He, according to a statement issued here, said that solar energy is also a part of syllabus in schools. “Such type of practical knowledge would create interest among students and they can gain more knowledge by these types of events.”
He said that Alpex Export Pvt Ltd., Intersolar System, Manik Solar Innovation, Punjab Energy Development Agencies (PEDA), Radha Solar Energy Cell, Solar age India , Solar Sales Society, Sudarshan Saur, Sun Ray Silverline, Synergy solar, etc are the companies participated and display there products based on Solar Energy.

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