VV Excellentia ‘17
11/10/2017

VV Excellentia 2017 thrills Higher Secondary School Students

The recently concluded VV Excellentia 2017 event for Higher Secondary School Students conducted at VV College of Engineering has become a major attraction for School students of the districts of Tirunelveli, Toothukudi and Kanyakumari

10th and 11th November 2017

Science & Technology Exhibitions/ Demonstrations and Inter-school Competitions

  • Exhibition conducted by Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
  • Exhibition conducted by Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP)
  • Inter-school competitions for XI & XII students covering areas of
    • Elocution (English & Tamil)
    • Essay Writing (English & Tamil)
    • Science Quiz
    • Drawing Skills
    • Turn Coat
  • Mini Project Competition for School Students
  • Exposition of VV College Labs
  • Science Exhibition conducted by VV College of Engineering
  • Robotics Exhibition conducted by VV College of Engineering
  • Open house visits

Event Highlights

100
Number of Schools Participated
4300
Number of School Students Participated
280
Number of School Teachers Participated
300
Number of other Participants

Overall Champions

First Place
Jayarrajesh Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Tisaiyanvilai
Second Place
Kanchi Sri Sankara Academy Matric. Higher Secondary School, Tiruchendur
Third Place
Pushpalatha Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Tirunelveli

School Students and teachers from various areas of the three districts were transported by vehicles arranged by VV College of Engineering. Lunch and refreshments were provided to the participants.

Events Gallery

Quiz

Quiz

Dr. John Kennedy, Principal of St.John's College conducts the Quiz programme for School Students during VV Excellentia 2017

Comm Lab

Comm Lab

School Students feel happy testing a Pick & Place Robo car that can pick small weights and transport them

Robotics

Robotics

Professor from VV College of Engineering explains the functioning and applications of a typical Self Navigating Robo Vehicle as the Higher Secondary School Students lookon

Robotics

Robotics

Plus Two Students listen Intensively to the Professor from VV College of Engineering, as he explains the functioning of RF controlled Flying Robo

Civil

Civil

As the Engineering student at the VV College's Soil testing lab, demonstrates the testing procedures, School Students keenly watch

Civil

Civil

VV Excellentia organised by the VV College provided an opportunity for the Higher Secondary Students to have a look at the various Civil Department's Labs

School

School

VV Excellentia 2017 has provided a great opportunity for the School Students to display their inventions and models among fellow School students

School

School

School students feel happy about explaining the concept of Steam powered turbine through the entrapment they have developed to VV College Staff

School

School

Higher Secondary School students explain to the visitors, about the functioning of Electric Leakage Alarm Device, they have developed

School

School

Electronic Gadgets developed by School students using futuristic technologies, were on display during VV Excellentia 2017

School

School

Low cost Electronic Printer developed by School Students was a major attraction during VV Excellentia 2017

Science

Science

Dr. James, Chemistry Professor, from VV College of Engineering demonstrates a Science experiment to the School Students

Science

Science

Dr. Vettum Perumal, Physics Professor from VV College of Engineering demonstrates a Physics experiment to the School Students

EEE (comm Lab)

EEE (comm Lab)

School Students observe with keen interest, the demonstration of a Smart Car developed by a VV College student

KNPP

KNPP

School Students watch the display poster at the exhibition conducted by Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project

KNPP

KNPP

School Students at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project exhibition, watch the KNPP Engineer explain a miniature model of the Reactor and Power Generation Installations

KNPP

KNPP

School Students at the VV Excellentia - Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project exhibition, throng the various sections and watch keenly the explanations given by KNPP Experts

ISRO

ISRO

School Students rush to have a look at the various display sections exhibited by the Indian Space Research Organisation at VV College of Engineering during VV Excellentia 2017

ISRO

ISRO

School Students were very attracted towards the satellite parts and models that were displayed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) at VV College of Engineering