Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason very few engage in it. A teacher from Bihar’s Gaya is definitely one of those few who believe in the power of creativity and hard work.
A school teacher, Sushmita Sanyal, has made a unique Matka Cooler to beat the heat. An earthen pitcher, a waste paint bucket, and a water rubber pipe have been put to use in an innovative way to make this cooler.
Sanyal purchased a fan and a motor and used a bike’s battery to keep the cooler in motion. This cooler does not make any sound at all. Infact the energy consumption is also minimal. Sanyal’s unique Matka Cooler has garnered praise from across the nation.
Apart from this, her project has been conferred with a fellowship by Prime Minister’s Science, Technology and Innovation Advisor among 60 other projects across the country for a year.
Sanyal says that the objective of designing this unique cooler was to contribute towards women empowerment.
“Women are at par with men in today’s time in every sector and I plan on giving this cooler to the women working in the fields, the ones who do farming so that they too can enjoy the benefit of it,” says Sanyal.
Sanyal’s stellar conception is truly catching everyone’s attention and inspires us to continue walking a different path.