St Aloysius School holds science and craft expo

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Oct 2018 11:13:52


Staff Reporter,

Keeping in mind what Carl Sagan once said, “Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge”, the annual science and craft exhibition was organised at St Aloysius Senior Secondary School, Cantt., Jabalpur on Saturday. The chief guest, Sheel Sindhu Pandey, Vice Chancellor, Vikram University, Ujjain inaugurated the exhibition. Many exhibits were displayed by the students of primary, middle school, high school and the senior section with each class working on a different theme.

The chief guest encouraged and motivated the students to work hard and bring out innovative ideas. The Principal, Sibi Joseph addressed the students and appreciated their creativity and hard work. The students of high school and senior secondary school displayed their creativity in various working and non-working models. For example, Village Refrigerator, Rainbow Formation, Clean the Ocean, Villages with Mathematical Vision, Impact of Lifestyle and its solution and many more exhibits related to the themes.

The Craft work displayed by the primary and middle school children on different themes like - Natural Disaster, Save Earth, Living beings and their Habitats, Unity in Diversity and many more.

The Special attraction of the exhibition was the ‘Aloysian Dhaba’ created by the primary students and the ‘Court room’ showcased by the students of Legal Studies of the Senior School. Emphasis was laid on creativity as it is the driving force for the growth of scientific approach in the students.

Going through the exhibits, the guests appreciated the students and the teachers for the efforts taken. The panel of the judges included Dr Kailash Chandra Gupta, Principal, Government School, Beejadandi, Sachin K Upadhyay, PGT, KV-1, GCF, and K S Sisodia, PGT, KV-1, GCF.
Under the supervision of the programme coordinators, A Namdeo and Sangeeta Bhatt, it was not just the students, but the consolidated team work of the parents, students and the staff members that made it remarkable.