Kathmandu, Sept 15: Aman Poudel from Himalaya Higher Secondary School in Parbat who has earned fame demonstrating the prototype hydraulic excavator, a fan and a steamer made by using various throwaway materials like syringes, plastic pipes, wood and paper in various places has decided to support Rs 10,000 to the National Invention Centre. The Centre is going to be established by Mahabir Pun, Magsaysay Award winner.
A ninth grader Poudel announced it in a programme organized in the district on the occasion of National Children’s Day, on Wednesday.
So far Aman has made various equipments like robot, earthquake alarm, projector, hill climbing car, steamer and vacuum cleaner using scrap materials like paper, wood and syringes and has drawn the attention of scientific minds.
Earlier, he also demonstrated these equipments at the Science Exhibition in Damauli, Tanahun, the Department of Education and the Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, and various places in Kathmandu.
Aman shared that he decided to support the centre aimed at joining hands in establishing such centre for the development of the science and technology in the country.
Poudel is going to be feted by the Shami Sahitya Pratishthan’s Motivational Award of 2073 BS on September 21 in the capital.
The award carries the purse of Rs 20,101. RSS