SCT-Chemical Engineering students participated in an Innovation Project Exhibition last March 3, 2019 at Salalah Youth Complex, Salalah. This exhibition was organized by a newly formed committee of innovative minds called “Fingerprint,2nd Edition” in cooperation with the National Youth Commission (NYC) and The Scientific Research Council.
On display were more than 30 projects from Dhofar University, Salalah College of Technology, College of Applied Sciences-Salalah, Caledonian College of Engineering and other schools and local entrepreneurs.
Most of the participating students found the exhibition a platform to showcase their talents and their capability to hit the job market using innovative ideas or with their own entrepreneurial projects.
The title of the project that won 1st place - “Adsorption of Zinc from Aqueous Solution using Banana Peel and Stem Powder”. This project explains the economic treatment process for the removal of zinc metal present in the effluent streams coming from various chemical industries especially electroplating and paint industries.
Corporate participants and experts from different industries assessed all the displayed projects , after which the Chemical Engineering project was announced winner.
Students Involved in the Project Competition were;
ALI AHMED OBAID BAIT SAID
BASEM MOHAMMED AAMER AL AAMRI
MARWAN MUSALLAM SAID FADHIL
SAID HAMED 'ABDULLAH AL-SAADI
SALIM MUSALLAM MUSTAHIL ILSH AL KATHIRI
TARIQ SALIM AHMAD HAR AL KATHIRI
Dr. Rakesh Namdeti, Lecturer in Chemical Engineering was the project supervisor.
The IT department proudly congratulates Munther Hassan Salim Al-Mashikhi and Yousuf Ahmed Mohammed Sabah Al Rawas BTech-Networking students who qualified in the “Huawei Information and Communications Technology Competition Middle East 2018-2019”. The preliminary competition was an online exam using the educational platform of Huawei accessed simultaneously by 700 students from various universities and colleges across the sultanate last October 2, 2018. The qualified students will advance to the national competition on November to be held in Muscat and will have the chance to represent the sultanate in the prestigious regional competition in China.
Kudos to all the staff in Networking and Internet and E-Security (NIES) section spearheaded by Mr. Jonathan Peter Glycer Tambaoan for the great effort of molding the students to be globally competitive. Congratulations as well to the rest of IT students who joined the preliminaries.
The entire SCT family wishes best of luck to the qualifiers and extends full support in bringing pride to the college community and beloved country Oman.