A two day LED manufacturing workshop organised by department of physics for final year UG students
As the world is heading towards severe energy crisis, there is an ever increasing need for alternate energy resources and energy efficient devices. One particular field, which has witnessed tremendous breakthroughs, of late, in terms of energy efficiency, is solid state lighting (SSL) or Light emitting diodes (LED). LED bulbs are 80-90% more energy efficient than conventional incandescent bulbs and are several times more durable, with much lower greenhouse gas emission. In order to familiarize the students with the practical aspects of this important technology and provide valuable hands-on experience, Dept. of Physics conducted a two-day skill-development program on ‘LED bulb manufacturing’ for the outgoing degree students on 25th & 26th January, 2018. The principal of St.Joseph’s college, Dr. Sr. Christy inaugurated the program on 25th January at 9.00 AM. The technical session was handled by Mr. Thomas P J, Luna Institute of Engineering Technology, Irinjalakuda. Around 42 students attended this program on both days, with faculty and staff monitoring their activities. At the end of the technical session, all the students were able to build LED bulbs on their own which were later given to them to be used at their homes.
Report is available at http://www.stjosephs.edu.in/upload/pdf_upload/80345de9c3a1db3490cb7f0c02c86012.pdf
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