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Hyderabad: 10th standard students develop fuel free bike

Hyderabad: 10th standard students develop fuel free bike

Hyderabad: Six students from the Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institute Society have developed a new, innovative fuel-free bike called the TMREIS UNIQUONE.

Indian manufacturers have been gradually progressive towards eco-friendly mobility, those six students kept this trend in mind. Md Saleem, J. Akash, Akil Kumar, Sd. Alam, Malikarujun and Md. Isanulla Khan study in the TMR School Kaghaznagar.

This vehicle does not require petrol, diesel or any type of fuel to operate. It also offers and impressive speed of 50-60 kilometers per hour and is completely eco-friendly (pollution-free). A permanent magnet brushless DC (or BLDC) motor, power controller, Dynamo, Batteries and MCB box powers this bike.

The students then expressed their desire to develop the fuel free bike to the TMRIES upon his visit to Kaghaznagar. Hence, B Shafiullahah a secretary at TMREIS said that, “This is a unique innovation. It will be difficult to get petrol and diesel in the future, so this bike will be useful.”

To encourage the students, facilities were provided to them in the TMREIS Bahadurpura Boys 1.

Appreciating the skills of the students and promising all kinds of support for such activities, he said that “The students’ scientific temperament is praise worthy. More students of the TMR Schools will be encouraged to take up these endeavors.”

An exposure workshop will be held in Hyderabad during Summer Vacation to promote these innovative projects by TMREIS students. IIIT Hyderabad students will also help groom these kids.

The students were grateful to the Chief Minister for establishing Minority Residential Schools in the state. This achievement of the students is another success story for TMREIS.

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