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Chinmaya Vidyalaya crowned winner of ‘Quantum 2017’ at LFS

Jamshedpur, July 9: Science Club members and class 12 science students of Little Flower School (LFS) organised inter school science fest ‘Quantum 2017’ in the school premises on Saturday.

220 students from nine schools of the city participated in the daylong event and performed to much praise.

Quantum in its eight year organised series of events which aims at letting students innovate, research and nurture their knowledge of science on a common platform.

Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidyalaya (VBCV) was crowned the overall champions of the fest as they dominated the proceedings in most of the events.

The hosts LFS, however, does not participate, only provides its platform to the students of other schools to show their talents in the field.
Chief Guest for the occasion was Dr. Amitava Mitra, Chief Scientist and Head Research Planning and Business Development at CSIR National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur.

The event kicked off with Script-o-science (Creative writing) which is a random topic related to science were 8 schools participated. Judge was Gracy Paul. Loyola School was crowned the winner followed by Hill Top School and VBCV

In Radio Heads, the topic was “should DNA database be implemented in India”.

There were a total of 16 participants of which 8 qualified for the finals. The judges were Mrs. Ujwala Asundi Kumar and Mrs. Daisy Singh.

Loyola School was the winner, Kerala Samajam Model School (KSMS) was second while DAV Bistupur was third.

In Quizzics, the general knowledge and aptitude of students in the field of science was tested. Total of 9 teams participated. Loyola School emerged the victors, VBCV was second while DAV Bistupur was third.

The event Enigma (treasure hunt), helped the students beyond their shores and took a test of their caliber and application of daily basis knowledge. Teams had a fun time in discovering the answers of the clues given as DBMS English School held their nerves to secure the first spot followed by KSMS and VBCV.

Lens Craft was based on photography and the topic for the event was “Strange Science” were a total of 9 students participated. KSMS emerged as the winners of this event followed by VBCV and Vig English School.

Judges for the occasion were Aninder Kaur and Pragya Bharadwaj from LFS.

In Rendering Science(video making) the topics were Origin of the Universe, Evolution and Natural Selection, Existence of the Parallel Universes and String Theory.

Total of 9 teams had taken part and the most common topic was Origin of the Universe.

Judges for the event were Chetan Mishra from Prerna Classes and Sourav Sen from LFS.

Hill Top School was the winner of the event followed by Shiksha Niketan and DAV Bistupur.

DDX event is based on the sheer knowledge of the human biology. A total of 9 teams (2 members per team) participated in this event.

In La magnifique- 8 schools participated out of which 4 schools were selected for the finals on the basis of a logical and general reasoning test.

The 4 teams thus qualified played an intense game of chess against each other out of which hill top school emerged as the winners. DBMS was second while DAV Bistupur was third.

In the event Start ups Chetan Mishra and S Rao were the judges. The event was based on entrepreneurship ideas.

The students with their entrepreneurial spirit came up with various innovative ideas.

They demonstrated a true passion for building something great and ability to succeed in an ever changing and increasingly competitive global market place.

Swarnima Anand from VBCV impressed the judges with her brilliant product and bagged the first prize.DAV Bistupur was second while Loyola School was third.

In the Model display VBCV was first, Loyola was second while Hill Top School was third.

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