District level 46th Jawaharlal Nehru Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition kicks-off
Jamshedpur: East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner Amit Kumar on Friday appealed to teachers to help children develop a scientific temper and outlook to find solutions for various challenges of human life. He said children should be motivated to do something new and explore possibilities in different fields.
He advised children to ‘read once, write twice and think thrice’ to do better in academics.
The DC was speaking as the chief guest of the district level 46th Jawaharlal Nehru Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition. He inaugurated the exhibition in the presence of a host of other dignitaries.
He said it is essential to promote scientific thinking among the people in the modern age of Information Technology and competition. Doing away with social evils is a must for which science can be an effective weapon, he said.
The DC said the government and the district administration were promoting quality education. “Sai Centre is being set up in Dumaria and Gurabandha. The children of remote rural aeas will learn about science. Moreover, smart classes will be started in the 22 government high schools of the district within a month,”he said.
A cultural programme was presented by the students of St. Mary’s English High School, Bistupur, ADL Sunshine School and Gurunanak High School, Sakchi. The dignitaries present on the occasion included DEO Shivendra Kumar, Deputy Director of Education Narayan Prasad Vishwas, Chandradeep Pandey and Sarita Singh.