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Young Innovator of RKIS aims to Transform Construction with Tinkering Lab-Created Site Lift

One of our remarkably talented young student, Kinjal Sharma has taken innovation to a whole new level with the creation of a construction site lift with touch sensor using resources from the school's Tinkering Lab. This is a testament to the potential of hands-on learning, creativity, and young minds making a difference.

Atal Tinkering Lab Sparks Creativity

Kinjal, a student of 11th class found inspiration right within the walls of his educational institution. The school's Tinkering Lab, a haven for budding inventors and innovators, provided her with the perfect platform to explore her passion for engineering and design.

Turning Imagination into Reality

With access to cutting-edge tools, 3D printers, and mentorship from the teachers, Kinjal embarked on a journey to build a construction site lift that could improve safety and efficiency in the construction industry.

Innovative Features of the Construction Site Lift

1. Safety First: The lift incorporates advanced safety features, including real-time monitoring, automatic emergency brakes, and redundant safety systems to ensure the well-being of workers.

2. Efficiency Redefined: Designed for maximum efficiency, this lift streamlines the transportation of materials and personnel on construction sites, reducing project timelines and costs.

3. Sustainability: Kinjal integrated sustainable materials and energy-efficient components, aligning with the school's commitment to environmental responsibility.

4. Versatility: The lift's modular design allows for customization, making it adaptable to various construction site requirements.

Inspiring the Next Generation

This incredible feat by Kinjal serves as an inspiration to her fellow students and serves them the right motivation to think creatively about solutions to problems around them.

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