The amazing inventions created by the young minds of today are a prime example of how innovation knows no bounds. Young inventors are challenging conventions, defying expectations, and revolutionizing how we approach problem-solving all over the world. Their innovations, which range from eco-friendly solutions to technological advancements, are changing industries, igniting communities, and having a long-lasting effect on the world. It is encouraging to see young innovators who have untapped potential rising to the fore in this era of rapid technological advancement. These talented people stand out because they have an innate curiosity, a fearless spirit, and an unwavering determination. They bring a distinctive and frequently disruptive approach to addressing the problems of our time with their new viewpoints and limitless creativity.
Recently, I, Bishma Bakeer, a journalist of slwebcast, had the honor of interviewing Chamika Hasaral and Ohasha sethdinu, two intelligent and creative boys from Nawalapitiya Oxford International College. These two boys, who are in the 7th grade, have a special talent for turning trash, like plastic bottles, into something original and inventive. Numerous inventions, such as hydraulic machines, water dispensers, light pens, and others, have been produced by them.
Observing the beneficial effects supportive parents can have on their children’s lives is motivational. The fathers of Chamika and Ohasha have played a significant role in encouraging their sons’ creativity and enthusiasm for science and technology. Chamika and Ohasha showed me some of their works during the interview. They described how to build their hydraulic machine, which they made out of plastic pipes, an old bicycle pump, and a syringe. The device has proven to be very helpful for their school science projects and is capable of lifting objects.
A water dispenser they made out of a plastic bottle and some straws was also displayed to me by them. This invention helps conserve water and is very simple to use. Another of their innovations that I found interesting is their light pen. A plastic bottle, an LED light, and some wires are used to make it. Learning about electricity and circuits in this way is enjoyable.Their originality and creativity struck a chord with me. The works of art by Chamika and Ohasha show how each of us can reduce waste by creatively reusing materials.
I questioned Chamika and Ohasha about their advice for other young people who are interested in science and technology at the conclusion of the interview. Their message was unmistakable: Never give up on your passion. We can all learn from Chamika and Ohasha. Their love of science and technology, along with their inventiveness and encouraging parents, have produced some amazing inventions. They serve as evidence that anyone can use their resources and talents creatively to make a positive difference in their community and the wider world.
I am appreciative that I got the chance to speak with these two young boys and hear their story. My hope is that by sharing their story, others will be motivated to pursue their own passions and dreams, no matter how big or small.
Chamika and Ohasha, the boys, also expressed their sincere gratitude to their science instructor and the helpful Nawalapitiya Oxford International College administration. In our interview, they emphasized how important their science teacher was in igniting their interest in science and technology.
In addition to being a teacher, Chamika and Ohasha described their science teacher miss. Ramana sri madubashini as a mentor who inspired them to tap into their creativity and pushed them to achieve new heights. They mentioned how their science teacher gave them insightful advice, shared knowledge, and consistently had faith in their abilities. Their inventing journey has been greatly influenced by the unwavering encouragement and support of their teacher.
Additionally,the boys expressed gratitude to the college administration for creating a supportive environment and encouraging their innovative spirit. The administration was cited as having been receptive to their suggestions. They have been able to experiment, pick up new skills, and develop as young inventors.
The principal of Nawalapitiya Oxford International College, Mrs. S.Z Azmy, also expressed that the school is very proud of how well it supports its students’ interests and abilities. She stressed the importance of encouraging students to think creatively, to embrace their creativity, and to realize their potential in a variety of fields.
Mrs. Azmy, the principal, thanked the teachers and support staff who guided the boys along the way on behalf of the school. She also thanked the parents for continuing to support and be involved in their children’s education.
She believes that their peers look up to these young inventors as role models in the school community as a whole. Their commitment to environmental sustainability and waste product recycling is consistent with the school’s values of promoting civic responsibility and
She also emphasized the significance of creating a nurturing and encouraging environment for all students, regardless of their area of interest, to explore their passions and talents. Nawalapitiya Oxford International College will continue to assist and motivate young innovators like Chamika and Ohasha in their endeavors, principal Mrs. Azmy reaffirmed.
Ohasha and Chamika took a moment to express their sincere gratitude to SLWebcast, the media platform that gave them the chance to share their story and display their inventions, in addition to their gratitude to their fathers, science teacher, college administration, and principal. The boys praised SLWebcast for its commitment to fostering positivity and a sense of community. They acknowledged the role that the media plays in raising consciousness, motivating others, and inspiring young people to follow their passions. The boys sent their best wishes to SLWebcast as they work to inspire and empower people through their platform.