AARAVAM 2024

On Friday, 31st May 2024, ANECX-QATAR hosted AARAVAM 2024, an annual event held at the Birla Public School Auditorium that brought together a mix of technical and sports competitions for Indian school students in Qatar. Among the participants, Shantiniketan Indian School (SIS) stood out, securing first prizes in Category II and III of the Science Exhibition, a third prize in Category I, and third place in the quiz competition. The event featured an Inter School Quiz Competition and a Science Exhibition for students from grades VIII to XII.
SIS excelled with their projects: in Category I, a still model titled “Green Desert” won third prize under the guidance of Ms. Shahnaz Sultana and Ms. Linet. In Category II, the working model “Sustainable Energy for the Future World – Ecotopia” took first prize. This innovative project, presented by Fadi Bin Sameer, Aathifa Jahangir, Dakshith Damshra, Sinan Bin Faisal, Shahama Shereen, and Hana Mohammed of grade IX, harnessed hydro energy from a nearby dam and featured a sewage water treatment plant for agriculture, complemented by solar panels and wind turbines, showcasing a comprehensive approach to renewable energy. The team was supported by Ms. Nithya, Ms. Aneesha, and Ms. Soumya. In Category III, a project on “Pollution Control – Bioplastics” also won first prize, with the assistance of Ms. Sruthi, Ms. Anjali, and Ms. Jayasree.
In the quiz competition, Anna Maria of class XII, Nadeera of class X, and Abdul Hadi of class XI cleared the preliminary rounds and secured third place in the final round, demonstrating their knowledge and teamwork. The success of SIS at AARAVAM 2024 was attributed to the guidance of academic supervisor Ms. Bushara and Head of the Department Mr. Saleem, along with the dedicated mentorship of the supporting teachers. AARAVAM 2024 not only showcased the technical skills and creativity of young minds but also fostered a spirit of healthy competition and camaraderie among the students. The event highlighted the vibrant academic and extracurricular culture within the Indian school community in Qatar, with SIS’s remarkable performance setting a high benchmark for future participations.

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