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LFS students display innovative models

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Jamshedpur, Aug. 5: Encouraging creativity and innovation should be an essential part of every institution and this was proved in the model display hosted by Little Flower School (LFS) on Friday.

It was one of the most awaited and important events of the school fest ´┐ŻOdyssey´┐Ż.

The exhibition, organised as part of Odysset-2017 by Student council inside the school premises, witnessed participation of over 300 teams which showcased number of exhibits from the fields of maths, history, geography and science.

The science exhibit section displayed interesting models as students showcased innovative ideas. Dr. Suprabha Nayar, an eminent scientist from NML graced the occasion by her knowledge and valuable presence. She has 54 papers published in international journals and 7 patents to her credit.

Having guided several B.Tech and M.Tech trainees, Dr. Nayar has also transferred two technologies on bioceramics to Indian Pharmaceutical companies. She appreciated the hard work put in by the students, and spent time observing the models and speaking to the students about them. It was an enriching experience for the students to share their thoughts and ideas with the visitors.

The overwhelming participation was unexpected by the Student Council who organised it. Some exceptional displays of hydraulic cranes, robotics and power shoes justified their innovational motives.

At the event Sangeeta Chatrath, in-charge of the Student Council along with teachers and students were present.

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