Jamshedpur, Aug. 1: It is difficult to make people understand the principles of science. But young students of the Kerala Public school, Mango, did it successfully at an exhibition organized with the help of models prepared by them at the school premises.
Visitors were engrossed by the students’ explanation of the models. Pramod Kumar Dubey, director of Prerna classes, inaugurated the exhibition.
The program commenced with lighting of the traditional lamp which was followed by a short prayer.
Students explained the concept of refraction, nuclear reactor and volcanic eruption to all those present. Instant water heater was another attraction of the exhibition.
Besides, scientific model, paintings and clay models had been displayed. Sharat Chandran, director of the school, applauded the efforts and said exhibitions are important for all-round development of students.
“Exhibition not only develops the standard of knowledge of students but also their moral character,” he said adding that it should be organized in every school of the state.
Teachers of all the Kerala Public School were present on the occasion and encouraged the students.
Alka Sinha (principal), Arti Bedi (vice-principal), Sharat Chandra (director), Shanta Vaidyanathan (assistant director), and Lakshmi Sharat (principal – Incab School) were among the other dignitaries who graced the event.