As part of the National Science Day celebrations, Aravinda School students put up a science exhibition on Thursday.

“The school celebrates Science Day every year to inculcate a scientific outlook among students,” school founder Siva Ramakrishna told students, teachers, educators, and parents at the inaugural programme.

Observation power

Explaining the importance of such exhibitions, he said children would develop their observation power and explanation skills.

He stated that students should utilise the opportunities to experiment.

Students keenly participated and displayed various exhibits.

Exhibits on the human body, plants and animals, agricultural products, geographical conditions, biodiversity, and industrial pollution were on display.

Models on air, water, and sound pollution attracted the visitors.

Speaking on the occasion, school principal Indrani said the science carnival was one of the important aspects of curriculum.

They were wonderful sources of information, she added.

Mother’s Integral

An important day in the calendar of The Mother’s Integral School, Vidyanagar, is The Mother’s Birthday which falls on 21st February.

This year the tiny tots of K.G and Primary put up a cutesy cultural ensemble on this occasion.

The Head Mistress of the Primary section, Sudha Deshpande, welcomed the august gathering, consisting of Management members Sudershan Reddy and Suvatsala Reddy and the parents.

The pocket–sized stars of the evening enthralled everyone with their dances, innovative Telugu Anthakshari, Panchatantra fable, and a grand fashion show.

Principal Sharada Krishna appreciated the efforts of the students and staff and thanked the parents for their co-operation.

Prizes were given away to the little winners of various competitions and the academic toppers of last year.

The town-based R.R. High School celebrated National Science Day in a befitting manner here on Thursday. Students donned the roles of legendary scientists Sir C.V. Raman, the world renowned Indian scientist, highlighting the latter’s distinguished scientific accomplishments, on the occasion.

The school conducted a science exhibition christened “Science Synergy,” marking the celebration of the National Science Day to commemorate the discovery of the Raman Effect by Sir C.V. Raman. Skits on a wide gamut of scientific topics including Global Warming and Periodic Table by the students featured the “Science Synergy”.

Earlier, the District Educational Officer (DEO) Ch. Venkat Reddy inaugurated the science exhibition. Noted academician and Gurudakshina Foundation’s Associate president S.V. Narayana, school director Chava Prasad, and others spoke. The DEO presented appreciation certificates to the meritorious students of the school those who excelled in various talent tests held at the state and national level.