LPU organised the 10th season of ONE WORLD this year where every school in LPU represented a particular country assigned to them through the inventions and innovations belonging to the respective nation. They were open to putting their innovative ideas too which they feel might enhance the comfort or help in the development of the country.
The Maldives, a small country located in the Arabian Sea was represented by the students of the School of Design. It was good inside with the ocean theme. Featuring the uniqueness and the beauty of Maldives, it felt like you have entered a sea with fishes floating in the entire area and other sea animals too.
A country in Central Africa, Cameroon was presented by the School of Education. The members represented one of the best inventions from Cameroon i.e. Cardiopad, a touch screen device to perform heart examination. They also represented the solar drone prototype invention.
A West African, Liberia was represented by the School of Bioengineering & Biosciences. The students showed the rich culture of Liberia and the various innovative ideas emerged from it such as Fire Pot. They also made a replica of the statue set up in Liberia to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Geneva Connection.
The School of Mechanical Engineering presented the country famous for beaches, resorts, and rainforests.
Though the decode and celebration of One World had the theme invention & innovation, yet the cultural & traditional belief represented by the School of Agriculture was amazing, an ancient war armours, the folk dresses, the chapel & the wheel of life through a poster.
A country known for its petroleum production was presented by the School of Law. The members presented the Solar Car, Diversification of butterflies i.e. the ex-situ cabinet conservation of Butterflies due to the very low population of them in Nigeria.
Represented by the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences was the country Somalia, “The Horn of Africa”. They focused on the inventions from Somalian in the health and development sectors such as Babytri-Walker, Incubator for infants, etc. The sculpture of Aden Abdulla, the first president, made by the students was really good.
Celebration of 550th birth anniversary of GURU NANAK DEV JI
The School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering celebrated the 550th Guru Nanak Jayanti which was on the 12th of November this year. They made the exact models of two gurudwaras: Shri Kartarpur Sahib Ji situated in Pakistan and Gurudwara Shri Ber Sahib Ji, Sultanpur Lodhi. The projector projected the history of Panja Sahib, Pakistan. It was very knowledgeable and fun to know about the history of Sikh-gurus and to see the most famous gurudwara located in Pakistan.