GWS annual science exhibition

GWS annual science exhibition
(Inset) CMO K Vikato Kinimi delivering his speech at the annual science exhibition. Students displaying and demonstrating their models at the programme. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, AUG 24 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/24/2019 12:01:47 PM IST
More than 424 students in groups and individual displayed various creative designs and models on vacuum cleaners, handicap apparatus, free energy and water separator etc during the science exhibition. 
The annual science exhibition was organized by Greenwood School (GWS) Dimapur Saturday, at the school auditorium under the theme “Science for the people and people for science” with chief medical officer (CMO) Dimapur Dr. K Vikato Kinimi as chief guest.     
Sharing his experience as being a science student and reaching his goal to become a doctor, Kinimi encouraged the students to study hard, focus on their dreams and continue to pray. He reminded the students to respect their parents and teachers in order to receive blessing from them to succeed in life. 
Kinimi encouraged them not be egoistic but to be humble in every way. Talking about the advancement of science and technology, he asserted that with new diseases coming in, science as a tool has played a major part in helping to untangle the complex genetics underlying diseases.
Kinimi further mentioned about the various programmes initiated under the medical department. 
At the programme, invocation was delivered by GWS chaplain Thejaseno Angami and welcome address was delivered by GWS science exhibition coordinator MC Das. 
Students namely Rüpfoku Nuh (12 k), Vikitoli Swu (10 A) and Kenimor (4A) shared their experience with science. 
Later, words of appreciations was delivered by GWS principal where she mentioned that 424 students were partaking at the exhibition displaying 49 different science models in group and individual. She also mentioned that this year the exhibition also included math exhibition displaying eight different models with the participation of 26 students. 
She further concluded saying “Little steps open up doors for bigger opportunity”.  Panel judges of the exhibition were for Group (A) Thridikhum, Thankai and Temjenmenla, for Group (B) Niru, Sen and Topas and for Group (C) Nilhui, Tia Temsu and Anil.

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