The two-day regional CBSE science exhibition concluded in Ludhiana on Wednesday. Around 150 CBSE schools from Punjab, Himachal, Chandigarh and Jammu & Kashmir participated in the exhibition.

Carmel Convent School student Pranvika Bedi had shown how a cow's burp could be helpful in generating fuel and electricity. "With the help of mask this burp is stored, filtered and liquefied and then used as fuel to generate electricity. I will improvise mask for national exhibition," said Priyanka.

COMMENT: Erm? I can see a slight problem with this otherwise excellent invention. With a mask over her mouth how on earth is the poor cow going to eat anything?


PARDON ME! — 5 Comments

  1. Yes, MP, I thought that the methane from cows that could be used for fuel came from the other end. Perhaps cattle operate differently i India due to religious strictures.

  2. this is my project and i have received a lot of appreciation for this,i truly have worked a lot on it, i wish to take it to another level so that the entire nation in fact this world can be benefited.