ITI-Berhampur Students Build 6-Ft Tall Netaji’s Statue From Scrap
Berhampur: Ahead of Netaji Jayanti on January 23, Students of Industrial Training Institute (ITI), Berhampur, have built a sculpture of one of the most celebrated freedom fighters of India Subhas Chandra Bose by using scrap materials.
Around 30 students of fitter, welder, painter and some other trades along with some faculty members have built it using GI sheet, fan bearings, motorcycle chains, sprockets, nuts and bolts, gears, and iron rods. “It took them 15 days to complete the sculpture with waste materials collected from electrical workshops and automobile garages,” ITI-Berhampur principal Rajat Kumar Panigrahy said.
The 6-foot-high sculpture, weighing 15 kg, will be installed on the campus on his 126th birth anniversary.