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Over 2,000 students visited the expo

Judges examining the exhibits at the Education Department's Teaching Learning Materials exhibition in Puducherry on Saturday. — Photo: T. Singaravelou
Judges examining the exhibits at the Education Department's Teaching Learning Materials exhibition in Puducherry on Saturday. — Photo: T. Singaravelou

The Deputy Director of Education (Women) along with the Sarva Siksha Abhiyan conducted a Teaching Learning Materials exhibition on Saturday at the Savarirayulu Government Higher Secondary School. The exhibition was presented by teachers of various Government and Government-aided schools for students of various schools.Over 2000 students visited the exhibition to view the 430 exhibits. These exhibits were divided into five main subjects – English (language), Tamil (language), Science, Mathematics and Social Sciences. There were 165 primary school exhibits and 265 Middle and high school exhibits.

According to the DDE (W) V. Meenakshi, this exhibition was arranged to train the teachers to be able to present models in their classes to help students learn better. The various models ranged from those of rocket ships to architectural wonders of India such as the Taj Mahal. Each of the exhibits was related to one topic studied by the students in their syllabus, she said.

At the end of the competition, prizes were given for the best three exhibits in the primary school level, middle school level (classes VI to VIII) and middle-high school level (classes VI to VIII in higher secondary schools). In this competition, B. Sahaya Mary from Government Middle School O.K. Palayam, B. Arumugam from Government Girls Middle School Muthialpet and S. Sriram from the Government High School Gandhinagar won the first prizes in the three categories respectively.

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