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GWS organises annual science exhibition

GWS organises annual science exhibition
Students demonstrate the creation of electricity from saltwater at the GWS Annual Science Exhibition on August 25.
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, AUG 25 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/25/2018 12:06:59 PM IST

The Annual Science Exhibition of Greenwood School (GWS) Dimapur was conducted on Saturday, at the school’s auditorium under the theme “Illuminate the world through imagination” with SBI evening branch, Dimapur chief manager, Haokholen Hangsing as chief guest.

Encouraging the students to acquire the quality of “sincerity,” the chief guest said that when one was sincere they could look forward to a brighter future. He also reminisced about his own school days and asked the students to enjoy their life as students while not forgetting to focus on their studies.

Hangsing also mentioned educational loans such as education loan for parents, citing the example of Manipur where most of the students were taking education loans and going out of state. He encouraged those who could not afford to educate their capable children to take advantage of these loans so that the students would be able to pursue their dreams rather than give up. 

Earlier, a welcome address was delivered by GWS science club assistant teacher MC Das where he maintained that the exhibition started as his initiative in the year 2007 with 18 science projects on display. It’s been 12 years since it started and over the years the number of items have increased with students coming up with more innovative ideas and creativity to display. 

Mezhuvino (class-12 J), Rulavi Ngouri (9B), Drasa Imsen (6B) and Jess Assumi (4B) shared on the topic “My experience with science”.

Various creative designs and models on water pumps, how to make lava lamps, free energy, pollution, vacuum cleaners etc. were on display and being demonstrated during the exhibition. 

At the program, the invocation prayer was pronounced by GWS vice Principal Nilie Kath. Later, a word of appreciation was delivered by GWS principal Uttam Basak.

Judges of the exhibition were Group A: Thridikhum, Rabi Roy, Temjenmenla, Group B: Tiatemsu, Sen and Pranjit Laskar, Group C: Moses, Niru and Loly, Group D: Anil Kumar, Budhiraj and Nilhui.

 

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