Bhawishya -2074

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भविष्य

SCIENCE WITH PURPOSE

भविष्य

SOLVING REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS

WHAT IS BHAWISHYA?

Bhawishya is a national event organized by Ministry of Science and Technology co-organized by Nepal Academy of Science and Technology along with organizing partners like Karkhana, Robotics Association of Nepal and Nepal Innovation Lab targetting young students aged 8-14. In this event, students get a platform to realize and solve real-world problems by building the project on the event day at the event venue.

It is a challenge involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Design and Mathematics (STEAM) subjects where students work in a team of 3 to build a project/working prototype that solves a real-world problem in Nepal. The problem that team is trying to solve is recommended (not compulsory) to addresses one or more goals mentioned in the Sustainable Development Goals but within a certain time frame. Students would have to build the project in the event venue itself and would be judged on the building process.

 

SCHEDULE

The event would be conducted on the following schedule

  • 09:00 AM to 09:30 AM: Breakfast
  • 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM: Registration and assigning tables
  • 10:00 AM to 02:00 PM: Prototype Building (Judging would be done for the entire 4 hours of work)
  • 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM: Lunch
  • 02:00 PM to 04:30 PM: Exhibition of the prototypes (Open for Public)
  • 04:30 PM to 05:00 PM: Closing
For Registration : http://www.bhawishyasteam.com/register/

New Team Formation

On Dec 23rd, Robotics Association Of Nepal (RAN) had formed new team after our Honourable President Mr. Dipesh Khanal and vice president Mr. Ajay Maharan resigned from their post. Both of them have worked very hard to take RAN this level. We would like to congratulate for their successful tenure in RAN. We also wish them all the best for their future endeavors and to achieve the dream they have imagined.  After their resignation, new team with the energy of making RAN great has been formed.

 

Mr. Bikash Gurung, current Secretary will reign as President of Robotics Association of Nepal along with Vice-President Mr. Utsab Shrestha. Mr. Bikrant karki, will  take on the responsibility of Secretary, Mr. Binod Kandel as Joint Secretary and Mr. Prabesh Sapkota as Research and Development head. This team will act as RAN Core executive team. 

 

RAN core executive team pledge all the members, Robotics enthusiasts, Supporters, Partners, Collaborators, Tech Hobbyists, students, innovators, tinkerers and everyone who are working for the development of Nepal through Robotics and Technology that RAN core executive team take this moment  very important and wish for continuous love, support, suggestions, feedbacks for making the RAN great.

 

This team believe in thoughtful action, so working together we will begin the task of developing nation through capacity building, problem solving and untapped potential of our members through innovative projects.We will  strengthen our team at Biratnagar and Pokhara, thus making RAN strong all over the Nepal.

 

The 3 C’s will be heartily followed : Collaboration, Creativity and Communication along with three P’s : People, Process and Platform. With this, we will move forward with our thoughtful plans and projects like Yantra, Miss-Tech, Ujjwal Education, Makerspace and many more to take RAN step ahead. We will have great relationships with all our members, partners and collaborators.

This dynamic team has great potential, energy, agenda and commitment to work, creativity flows, innovations are thought here everyday, desire to be successful can be seen everywhere. This team need congratulations and well wishes to work for RAN, to work for Nation and to work together.

 

#LetsMakeRANGreat

 

Yantra 5.0 Winner Press Release

 मंग्शिर १५  ,२०७३

प्रेस बिज्ञप्ति

रोबोटिक्स एसोसियसन अफ नेपाल मुनाफा रहित गैर सहकारी संस्था हो जसले २०१० देखि रोबोटिक्स र स्वचालित इलेक्ट्रोनिक्समा काम गर्दै आइराखेको छ | हरेक बर्ष कला, बिज्ञान र प्रबिधिको महोत्सब यन्त्र उत्कृष्ट तरिकाले  मनाउदै आएका छौं |

यस  यन्त्र कार्येक्रम अन्तर्गत अन्तरास्ट्रिय  रोबोटिक्स प्रतियोगिता  हालै  मिती २०७३ साल मंग्शिर १५ गते रोबोटिक्स एसोसियसन अफ नेपाल सफलरुपमा आयोजाना गरिएको छ  । यन्त्र कृषककप्टर,  यन्त्र मनुअल अखडा, यन्त्र अटोमेटिक अखडा र  यन्त्र रेसरगरी ४  विधा रहेको यस अन्तर्राष्ट्रियस्तर  प्रतियोगितामा  नेपाल र बंगलादेशको  गरि ५६ ओटा इंजिनीरिंग र उच्च माध्यमिक  बिध्यालयक विध्यार्थी समूहको उत्साहाजनक सहभागिता थियो।  

नास्टता उपकुलपति  डा. प्रो. जिब राज पोखरेलको प्रमुख आतिथ्यमा सुरु भएको कार्यक्रमको हौसला बढाऊन नेपाल इंजिनीरिंग परिसदक सभापति तथा नेपाल इंजिनीरिंग महासंघका  उपाध्यक्ष्य पाल्नु भएको थियो | नेपाल को बिज्ञान तथा प्रबिधिक विकासका  निमित्त  कार्यरत विशिष्ट ब्यक्तित्वको पनि उपस्तिथी रहेको थियो |   

निकै नै प्रतिस्पर्धात्मक रहेको ड्रोन प्रतियोगितामा बंगलादेशको टिम बि.डी फ्ल्येर्स यन्त्र कृषककप्टरको बिजेता हुन पुग्यो , नेपालको बिजेताको रुपमा  काठमाडौँ इंजिनीरिंग कलेजको टिम रोबो के.ई.सी  दोश्रो भए | एडभन्स इंजिनीरिंग कलेज र ख्वोपा इंजिनीरिंग कलेजले सेमीफाइनलसम्मको यात्रासम्म तय गरेको थियो |

रोबोट वार्स यन्त्र म्यानुअल अखडामा वान म्यान आर्मी कुशल वाग्लेको कैकासले ७५ हजार हात पर्यो , आई. ओ . ई धरानको टिम पुर्बांचल क्याम्पसले दोश्रो स्थान हात पार्दै मेडल र ट्रफी उचाल्यो |

आफै संचालित रोबोटको प्रतियोगिता यन्त्र अटोमेटिक अखडामा ख्वोपा इंजिनीरिंग कलेजको टिम ख्वोपा लुरेले प्रथम स्थान हात पार्यो र रु. ५०,००० हजार घर लाग्यो | पावर , प्रोग्रामिंग र स्किलको भिडन्तमा एडभान्स कलेजको टिम अल्फामेल रिलोड़ेडले दोश्रो स्थान हात पार्दै ट्रफी र मेडल हात पर्यो | सेमी फाइनलसम्मको यात्रा कसमस कलेजको टिम सी इ आर टि र एडभान्स कलेजको टिम वानले तय गरेको थियो |

रोबोटहरुको रेसिंग कम्पिटिशनमा  बिराटनगरको टिम बक्सुस सिक्सले पचास हात पार्यो, त्यस्तै दोश्रो स्थानमा कोशी सेन्ट जेम्स स्कुलले  हात पार्यो | सेमीफाइनलसम्मको यात्रा नेपाल इंजिनीरिंग कलेजको टिम र पुर्बंचल क्याम्पसको टिमले तय गरेको थियो |

बिजेताहरुलाई  जम्मा  तीन  लाख पच्चीस  हजारको चेक हस्तान्तरण गरियो  |  यस संगै यस बर्ष यन्त्रको पाँचौं संस्करण “  यन्त्र ५.० कला, बिज्ञान तथा प्रबिधि महोत्सव २०१६ “ पौष ५ गतेसम्म संचालन हुनेछ |

राष्ट्रिय रोबोटिक्स प्रतियोगिताको रुपमा यन्त्र २०१२ देखि सुरु भएको थियो जसको बिजेताहरुलाई आइ. आइ. टिको अन्तराष्ट्रिय रोबोटिक्स प्रतियोगितामा  पठाइएको थियो | अहिले हामीले यस मंचलाई कलाकार, डाक्टर, इन्जिनियर तथा बिद्यार्थीहरुको सम्मेलन गर्ने मंच बनाएका छौँ | यस बर्ष यन्त्र ५.० “ कृषिमा नबिनता”को नारा दिएर अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय रोबोटिक्स प्रतियोगिता, श्रीजनशील  कम्पुटिंग, कला प्रबिधि प्रदर्शनी , यन्त्र लर्निंग, यन्त्र इन्कुबेसन र यन्त्र किड्स आयोजना हुदैंछ | पूरा कार्यक्रम तीन  हप्तासम्म लामो हुनेछ |

Press Release

Robotics Association of Nepal (RAN), is not-for-profit, non-governmental organization continuously working in the field of robotics and electronics automation since its establishment (2010). Each year we are celebrating a festival of art, science and technology called Yantra. This year we are organizing 5th edition of yantra as “Yantra 5.0, Art, Science  and Tech Festival, 2016”, starting from November 30, 2016 to December 20, 2016.

On the date of  11th November, 2016, the regional version of  Yantra- Yantra 4.1 East had been successfully conducted by RAN-East team. The event included three categories, including Yantra Racer, Yantra Akhada and Yantra School which had exciting 33 teams participation from different Schools, Colleges and Engineering Colleges.

Winners of the Purbanchal Robotics Competition participated at International Robotics Competition which was organized Army Physical Training and Fitness centre on November 30,2016 and officially Yantra 5.0 Art, Tech and Science Festival will be started.  

This year International Robotics Competition had four different robotics competition :

  1. Krishakcopter- Drone Competition
  2. Yantra Manual Akhada –  Robot wars
  3. Yantra Automatic Akhada – Robot Wars
  4. Yantra Racer – Robot Racing Competition

Where 48 team including team from Bangladesh also participated. Inaugurated by Chief Guest Vice Chancellor Dr. Prof Jiba Raj Pokharel from NAST, International Robotics Competition started from  8:30 a.m. in the morning. The Chairperson from Nepal Engineering Council and Vice-president of Nepal Engineering Association were the Guest of honour for the event joined by reputed personality working in science and technology in Nepal.

The fight among Drones was the highlight of the program where Bangladeshi team BD Robots beat Kathmandu Engineering College’s team Robo KEC. Hence BD Robots standout as winner and the defending champion of previous main event KEC have to satisfy themselves as runner up. Advance College of Engineering and Management(ACEM) and Khwopa Engineering College were the semi-finalist.

Robot Wars Manual Akhada had the exciting battle between the team Caaicas led by Kushal Wagle, IOE Dharan. Kushal wagle was able to use his skills and talent along with the resources imported from U.S.  

The Robot had to recognize their opponent and hit them and  drag them out of the game arena where team Khwopa Lure from Khwopa Engineering College beat team Alphamale reloaded  from Advance College of Engineering and Management(ACEM). Another team from Advance Engineering College of Management(ACEM) and team CERT from Cosmos College  were the semifinalist.

Robot Racing Competition Yantra Racer had the interesting final as Robot were racing against the time to win the final prize. The team Baksus 6 from biratnagar beat team  from Koshi st. James school in the final and stood them out the ultimate winner for the yantra racer. Semifinalist were team from Nepal Engineering College and Purbachanl campus.

The Winners were awarded with total Cash prize of Rs. 3,25,000.00.

Yantra was initiated by Robotics Association of Nepal in 2012 as a national robotics competition, whose winner were sent to International Robotics Competition in Indian Institute of Technology. Now we have opened this platform for collaboration among artists, doctors, educators, engineers and students. This year Yantra 5.0 with the theme “Agro-Innovation” has the International Robotics Competitions for tech enthusiast, Creative Computing for transferring the skill of coding, creating and computing to artists, doctors, and bankers the Art-tech exhibition to explore the work of artists and engineers, Paper  Presentation to find out the overall development of the existing products, Yantra Learning Software competition for software developer along with Yantra Incubation to encourage, curate and mentor the innovation into viable business focused on Agriculture.. Yantra Kids envisions the transfer of Technological knowledge to  Kids. The overall event lasts for more than two week.

Drone Flight Permission

Drone, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), is an aircraft without human pilot which can be controlled either autonomously by onboard computers or by the remote control of a pilot on the ground. As Nepal is one of the himalayan countries, initially drone was used to carry important raw materials where transportation was not facilitate. With the use of drone, Civil Aviation Authority for Nepal (CAAN) was established in 2053 which brought laws to use it in the country. Now, drone is used in military services, rescue operations and for recreational purposes like taking personal photos, and videos. In Nepal, we can use drone inside our home and in our personal garden. However, we need special permission from CAAN to use it, other than our personal properties.

Requirements:

  1. Request letter.
  2. A filled form
  • This request letter should be written to Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal asking for permission to use
  1.  A copy of Operation Specifications of Drone.
  2. A copy of map of operation area.
  3. Copy that shows latlong (latitude/Longitude) box of operation area.
  4. No Objection Recommendation letter of concerned owner/Unit if operation area is over private/ Public place or property.
  • If the operation area is on public property like roads, temples, etc you need to have a no objection letter from Road’s Department and other such departments.
  1. Letter from the concerned authority for security clearance or other clearance.
  • This security clearance is taken from the operation areas’ Police Headquarters

Cost/Time

Cost: You do not need to pay money to get permission to fly drone.

Time Taken: After your all required documents are submitted and are simultaneously accepted by CAAN, you can get the permission from CAAN to fly drone within 3 days.

Process

1. First of all, you should take permission letter from the Municipality of the places that you want to fly drone

2. Second, you need to take recommendation letter from the CDO office. The CDO office will give recommendation letter only after getting the permission letter from the municipality.

3. After showing these two letters to Police Headquarters, the police head quarters of the places that you want to fly your drone will give you security clearance letter to you or even provide security to the areas that you want to fly your drone, if necessary.

4. Then with security clearance letter and all the documents listed above, you should submit the documents to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal in Drone operation permission department.

Additional Information

Note: Like other government offices of Nepal, CAAN is open from 10 am – 4pm on working days and on Friday from 10 am to 3 pm.

There are limited laws to use drone in Nepal, some of them are listed below:

1. You do not need permission to use drone from CAAN, if the drone is under 2 kg and you are using it under 200m on your personal properties like inside your house, land, and garden.

2. The aircraft must be kept within the visual line of sight (normally taken to be within 500 m horizontally and 400 ft vertically) of its remote pilot (i.e. the „person in charge‟ of it). Operations beyond these distances must be approved by the CAAN (the basic premise being for the operator to prove that he/she can do this safely).

3. Unmanned aircraft shall be permitted to be operated in day VMC conditions only.

4. CAAN permission is required for all flights that are being conducted for aerial work subject to the approval of concerned Authority having jurisdiction over such aerial work.

5. If the operations are to be conducted in a Restricted or Prohibited area, prior approval from the concerned Authority is required before applying for CAAN permission.

6. Airport areas including take-off and approach paths shall be free of all UAV activity at all times regardless of altitude.

7. To use drone in Nepal, you cannot get permission for longer period of time like for a year but can get for short period of time.

For Detailed Drone Rules Issued By CAAN:

Visit : https://www.caanepal.org.np/flight-permission/drone/

Source : Nalibeli.org

DCDC

10931032_734611509968416_6528978833914936891_nSince 2011, Robotics Association of Nepal [RAN] has been organizing a national level robotics competitions and workshops to promote and educate in all the allied fields of robotics. Our constant search for relevance of technology  and collaboration has seen our flagship robotics event, YANTRA, grow into an enterprising Art, Science, and Technology Festival, celebrating different domains of knowledge.

 

Following the success of recent YANTRA 3.0, RAN will now feature an open DairyMaker Code+Design Challenge (DCDC) 2015 to enhance both automation and regulation skills in the dairy industry in Nepal. Through DairyMaker code + design challenge we offer students and professionals an unique opportunity to put their ideas into practice and inspire solutions to the local problems in the dairy industry. DCDC 2015 will also be supplemented by a series of workshops and events that will integrate the skills of designing, engineering, and prototyping.

 

 

11081171_775244672571766_1490726837269933069_nParticipant teams will be evaluated by an expert team for concept originality, feasibility, replicability, and innovation. Selected teams will receive specific training and ongoing research/development support from RAN. Three winning teams will then receive support for prototyping their designs and interacting with dairy experts. In competing in DCDC 2015, all participants will learn design-thinking and applicable engineering skills to address real problems and build tangible solutions.

Why Dairy Industry?

Dairy industry in Nepal is an incredibly dynamic sector, including livestock farmers to dairy entrepreneurs to nutritionists to food technologists to electrical and mechanical engineering to ICT experts. The industry reaches from the far-flung areas of Nepal’s rural landscape to highly automated production spaces in urban centers.

RAN believes that the dairy industry can increase its production efficiency and economic gain by utilizing features of automation and regulation ability locally in the production, procurement, storage, processing and distribution of dairy products. By initiating DCDC 2015 and venturing into prototyping, we also believe that we can innovate local solutions to our specific problems and engage a larger base of small dairy entrepreneurs across the country.

 

EVALUATION CRITERIA:

Creative originality: A vision that considers functions and aesthetics

Feasibility: Design can be implemented using available products, installment capacity, and energy availability  in the local market

Replicability: Design concept is amenable to decentralized production and maintenance

Innovation: Design concept demonstrates innovative application in enhancing dairy production and meets user needs

TEAM SPECIFICATION:

A team may consist of a maximum of 4 members. Students / Professionals from different educational institutions and discipline can also form a team.

ELIGIBILITY:

Anyone who believes in solving local problem through local innovation and interested in using technology as a tool to prototype a solution.

If you have any confusion regarding rules then contact:

Dipesh Khanal | Secretary | 9841560420

FAQS

What is a code+design challenge?

It is a competition for ideas that use coding in its function and design aesthetics to innovate solutions.

Interesting. Then, what exactly is DCDC2015?

 

It is a code+design challenge to

(1) identify a challenge in local dairy industry,

(2) propose a solution and,

(3) build a working prototype that solves the identified challenge.

 

Wow! That is ambitious. But, I do not know what challenges exist in the dairy industry?

You ask too many questions. But, since we are nice, here are a few challenges:

Supply chain in collection of milk

  • Automated milking

  • Cold storage

Dairy Production:

  • Humidity regulation

  • Temperature regulation

  • Bacterial regulation

Distribution:

  • Automated Dispensing

  • Leakage while packaging

  • Over and under weight of milk products

Examples of challenges in small scale Cottage Cheese (paneer) making process:

·         Temperature control system

·         Automated rennet (Catalyst used in Coagulation process) adding system without supervision.

·         Automated cutting system ( using gears or suspensions)

·         Timer

·         Motors ( for stirring purposes)

·         Drainage ( for separating whey)

·         Pressing ( to give a cubical firm shape)

Other challenges

  • Cattle management in farming level

  • Milk collection through herds

  • Cattle proper health care report

  • Accurate fat and SNF

  • Waste management

Light of Hope

Date: 05/09/2015

11742743_1033071903391926_232746314815312408_nAt Robotics Association of Nepal, as engineers, we not only find the problems but also look for the creative solution to those problems. Be it an agricultural issues [DCDC 2015], or implementation of students’ invention [Innovation Center], or platform for robotics enthusiast and artists [Yantra Art, Science, Tech festival]. After #Nepal Earthquake, we identified communication and illumination as one of the major problem faced by Nepalese after food, clothing and shelter issue. To solve this problem, we have developed Solar Powered Light and Mobile Charger (SPLMC) which could support three mobiles and two 3W LED bulb at a time.

The team of Robotics Association of Nepal had gone for survey on remote villages of Nuwakot District. According to the Local Development Office, Nuwakot, after Nepal was hit by 7.9 Richter scale, almost 80% of Houses of Nuwakot are destroyed. Mainly old houses made up of mud were highly damaged causing hundreds of death. Since then there is no proper supply of electricity in the upper hilly villages of Nuwakot. The locals of such areas have to spend 10 hours of walk for 2 hours of mobile charge to the headquarter of Nuwakot, Bidur and ain’t able to live with proper sight during night time.

1796787_1016960015003115_2112976513665821805_oAfter the surveyon remote areas of Nuwakot district , our team went to Jiling V.D.C which is at the altitude of about 2100 km above the sea. It took us one and half hour bike ride from Dhamale to reach at the village area of Jiling through spiral gravel roads. Beautiful Jiling V.D.C was turned into cruel dust leaving 1000 of villagers homeless. Most of the villagers had dead mobiles waiting for our arrival to make it function again. Villagers shared they have been overlooked for rescue and relief operation as they weren’t easily accessible. Then, two systems were distributed in responsibility of Mr.Nabaraj Lama, social teacher of community school. We hope there won’t be suffocation for communication as villagers will be able to charge their mobile and sight stimulation can be fulfilled to some extent.

 

After our announcement of #Light Of Hope Earthquake Relief Campaign, the needy persons are contacting us for the system supply. We have successfully deployed  204  “Solar Powered Light And Mobile Charger”  station to following districts of Nepal in collaboration with Ghampower Nepal Pvt.Ltd.. We are also working with different relief teams like World Peace Earthquake relief Helping Hands, local relief teams  like Bharat prasad Smriti Pratisthan in order to make our work efficient.

To Learn about #LightOfHope-Differently abled

people(Sindhupalchowk), click here

Distribution Channels are listed below :

 

District V.D.C Tole Organization/person Number of Distribution
Nuwakot Jiling Baghkhor Navraj Lama,Teacher 2
Nuwakot Jiling Devighat Bir Bahadur Bohara, CDO officer 1
Nuwakot Kumeri Kumeri Raju Das Shrestha 1
Nuwakot Chhauthe Chhauthe Raju Das Shrestha 1
Nuwakot Samundradevi Samundradevi Jitendra Bista 2
Nuwakot Betini Betini Shriman Tamang 1
Rasuwa Bhorli Bhorli Eva 1
Lalitpur Shakhu Sakhu Ashim Sitaula 1
Dhading Jiwanpur-5 Jiwanpur-5 Kishor Kandel 1
Dhading Chhatre deurali Chhatre Deurali Krishna Das Shrestha 1
Nuwakot Balkumari Balkumari Santa Bahadur Tamang 1
Nuwakot Badrutar Bhedabari Sri Krishna Khatiwada 1
Nuwakot Bhadrutar Bhadrutar Kp Lamichane 1
Dolakha Gairimudi Gairimudi Basudha Rai 2
Kavre Koshipari Koshipari Thakur Bastola 2
Nuwakot NarjaMandap Sahare Dipty Serchan 2
Rasuwa Bholi Bholi Eva 1
Kavre Koshipari4,5,6 Koshipari 4,5,6 Thakur Baskota 3
Sindhupalchowk Sinapokhare 1,3 Sinapokhare 1,3 Sibahari sapkota 2
Sindhupalchowk Bhotsipa-8,9 Bhotsipa-8,9 Sibahari Sapkota 2
Nuwakot Betini 1,2 Betini 1,2 Shriman Tamang 2

 

Sindhupalpalchowk Chautara Chautara 8
Sindhupalchowk Mahadevtar Mahadevtar 2
Sindhupalchowk Pangretar Pangretar 5
Sindhupalchowk Thulopakkhar Thulopakkhar 5
Nuwakot Raluga Raluga 21
Nuwakot Thaprek Thaprek 19
Nuwakot Kharanitar Kharanitar 20
Nuwakot Satbise Satbise 20
Nuwakot Betini Betini 6
Nuwakot Samundratar Samundratar 12

 

Nuwakot Rautbesi Rautbesi 12
Sindhupalchowk Hagam Hagam 4
Sindhupalchowk Simpalkavre Simpalkavre 4
Sindhupalchowk Bhotsipa Bhotsipa 4
Sindhupalchowk 4
Sindhupalchowk 4

 

Dhading Mulpani Mulpani 5
Dhading Fulkharka Fulkharka 5
Dhading Budathum Budathun 5
Dhading Besari Besari 5

Distribution Program Photos:

 

Further Planned Area:

As electricity will be major issue even after resettlement, so we are targeting to distribute Solar Powered Light and Mobile Chargers to remote villages of Nepal which are as follows:

District V.D.C Tole Contact Person No.of Distribution
Nuwakot Gaunkharka Police station Shriman Tamang 2
Dolakha Bulung bulung Shreeram Khadka 18
Dolakha Chilankh Chilankh Ganesh Bahadur Khadka 18
Dolakha Orang Orang Kailash Khadka 18
Dolakha Laduk Laduk Tekman Tamang 18
Dolakha Lambagar Lambagar Yadav Prasad upadhaya

Acharya

18
Kavre Sakhupati chaur Aakal khet Thakur baskota 20
Kavre Ramechhap Ramechhap Binod Kandel 2
Kavre Nala Nala Prabesh Sapquata 2
Nuwakot Betini Betini Shriman Tamang 2
Gorkha Gumda Gumda Chham Bahadur Tamang 20
Rasuwa Rasuwa Rasuwa Sameer & Deepak Devkota 22
Dolakha Lapilang Lapilang Dolakha Patrakar 15
Total 155

Each system consists of following electronics components:

S.N Components Quantity
1 Solar Panel(20W) 1
2 Solar Charge Controller 1
3 Battery(12V/ 7.4AH) 1
4 LED bulb(3W) 1
5 Cambo Mobile Charger 1
6 DC to DC converter and mobile Charger 1
7 Two Phase Wire 10 m
8 Bulb holder 1
9 Casing 1

In this overwhelming distressed circumstance, we Robotics Association Of Nepal are trying our best to help the  underprivileged villagers due to the geographical backwardness.

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