“In the history of science, we often find that the study of some natural phenomenon has been the starting point in the development of a new branch of knowledge.”
- C. V. Raman
National Science Day is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm on 28th of February every year in order to commemorate the invention of the Raman Effect by the Indian Physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on the same day in the year 1928. A special assembly was conducted on 28th February, 2019 by the students of class V to observe the same. The assembly started by offering a floral tribute to Sir. C. V. Raman, by the Vice - Principal, Dr. Vinu Kumar and the Supervisor Ms. Alka Singh, followed by the prayer song, thought for the day, news and an inspiring speech on Sir. C. V. Raman’s life. The presence of his stereotype delighted the audience. The mime performed by the students portrayed the adverse effects of technology when it is allowed to overrule human beings. The children enthusiastically detailed the audience with the famous inventions of well-known scientists. The action song ‘how to be a scientist’ attracted the attention of the student audience.
Dr. Vinu Kumar, the Vice- Principal, addressed the gathering and advised the students to be focused to attain their goal and reiterated the children with the essence of perseverance and hard work. He gave away the prizes to the winners of various competitions namely MS Power Point, Quick Brain, International English Olympiad, International Science Olympiad, Volleyball throw (Class III), basketball throw (Class IV & V) and 25m race for classes III - V. The Eco Club volunteers were given a Certificate of Appreciation for their commitment and dedication. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.
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