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Primary school students display unique scientific models and experiments at an exhibition

A special assembly was also organised alongside the exhibition to pay tribute to science



Apeejay School, Nerul, organised a wonderful exhibition and a special assembly for primary students to mark National Science Day. This day is celebrated every year in India to commemorate the discovery of the “Raman Effect” by well-known physicist Sir CV Raman. The exhibition was aimed at promoting scientific knowledge among students and showcase their skills.

The celebrations at school began with an assembly invoking the Almighty. Students shared a thought on Science, which was followed by a mesmerising dance that was called “Always be Observant and Curious”.

One of the students also gave a speech on Sir Raman on the occasion. Among the other programmes was a student review of the book “71 Famous Scientists” by Vikas Khatri, a group dance by class I students themed on the solar system, and a motivational speech on the importance of National Science Day by Preety Gupta, vice-principal, Apeejay School, Nerul.

The exhibition was inaugurated by the vice-principal, academic coordinator Shakuntala Singh and primary coordinator KC Vijaylakshmi.

The enthusiastic students exhibited their scientific imagination through innovative experiments and models. The projects were demonstrated in the presence of Rakesh Joshi, regional director-academics, the school’s vice-principal, the academic coordinator, and the primary coordinator.

Some of the unique scientific models showcased were earthquake alarm, water level alarm, hydraulic fluid, sea breeze and land breeze, joints in the human body, brain parts and functions, and electricity generation through windmill, among many others.

The students were asked several questions based on the models they displayed that were answered with confidence. Some of them also dressed as endangered species at the exhibition to spread awareness about their protection.

The exhibition was a great opportunity for students to think critically and delve deeper into the concepts studied in class, and apply them practically. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by all students.

Disha Roy Choudhury is a Principal Correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. She has worked as a journalist at different media organisations. She is also passionate about music and has participated in reality shows.