Science and Math Exhibition-2022

Department of Mathematics and Science of Shantiniketan Indian School with a joint effort organized the Math and Science Exhibition on 19th May 2022 in the school multipurpose hall to generate and sharpen the natural curiosity, innovation, inventiveness and to lay emphasis on the correlation between science and mathematics as a major instrument for achieving goals of self-reliance, socio-economic and socio-ecological development and further to solve varied issues persisting in the social and physical environment.

The Principal, Ms. Pamela Ghosh inaugurated the function by performing a science experiment and completing a Math magical square. The Principal appreciated Mr. Saleem (HOD – Science) and Ms. Shamsiya Suhaibu (HOD – Mathematics), teachers, and students for their contributions. Mr. Rasheed Ahmed, President of Shantiniketan Indian school also visited the exhibition and appreciated the student’s presentation. The exhibition was graced by the presence of Dr. Salil Hassan, Senior Vice Principal, Mr. Dudley O Conor, Vice Principal, Senior head teacher, Ms. Mahjabeen Hassan, Senior secondary section head teacher, Mr.  Syed Meraj Ali, Secondary section head teacher Ms. Bushara, and middle section head teacher Mr. Mathew K.C.

The class-wise competition was conducted for the young enthusiastic students of classes III to XII. The participants representing their class took part with a highly competitive spirit and exhibited innovative working models and still models.

The exhibits by different classes were indeed eye openers on various topics related to Pythagorean triangle applications, material science, telecommunications, Agriculture, Technology, physical phenomenon, Community Health, Environmental & Mathematical modeling, etc.

In an endeavor to promote scientific and mathematical attitudes among budding young students, this exhibition was one of a kind.

A set of competent judges gave their decision after inspecting each project on its merit. The best exhibits in each section were declared. Students from different classes visited to view the exhibits, which proved to be a learning experience for them.

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