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NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY

01-03-2020

“We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and this thing must be attained”.   - Marie Curie.

 National Science Day is celebrated with the objectives of commemorating the first Nobel Prize in India in 1930 on Science which was achieved by the discovery of Raman Effect by Sir C V Raman. It is also celebrated to emphasize on the culture of science and the application of science for the welfare of people. It is celebrated to discuss all the issues and implement new technologies for the development in the field of science. The main aim of the celebration is to give an opportunity to the scientific minded citizens in the country to encourage the people as well as popularize the science and technology. A particular theme is selected every year, so the theme of this year was “Women in Science”.

To mark this occasion, a special assembly was organized on 25th February, 2020 by the students of class V. The assembly started by offering a floral tribute to Sir C. V. Raman, by the Principal Ms. Sanchita Verma, Vice- Principal Dr. Vinu Kumar and the Section Supervisor Ms. Alka Singh. It was followed by a prayer song, thought for the day and an inspiring speech on relevance of Science in our lives. The theme of the occasion was elaborated through an act which emphasized on women scientists and their contributions. Ms. Sanchita Verma, the Principal, addressed the gathering and advised the students to take up competitive exams which will be beneficial in their future. The students were felicitated for their participation in various competitions namely Tux Paint, MS Power Point, Quick Brain, Mahatma Gandhi Quiz, Vishwa Hindi Diwas awards by Embassy, 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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