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Kabir Memorial School students get exposures of Research Environment at NML

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Jamshedpur: A group of 40 students from Kabir Memorial Urdu High School, Mango accompanied by six teachers, Rashida Khatun, Musarrat Shahin, Md. Mashir Alam, Md. Zainul Abedin, Safder Imam, Irfan Ahmed visited at CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur and interacted with scientists and research scholars this morning under the aegis of “Jigyasa programme”, recently launched by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, in association with Council of Scientific & Industrial Research. The objective of the programme is to provide exposures of research environment and simultaneously inculcate interest towards science among the school students and further encouraged them to pursue carrier in science stream. The students were thrilled to visit the laboratory and interact with the working group.
The programme was scheduled for three hours, Dr. P.N. Mishra, Principal Scientist, started the programme with welcome address and introduced students with the members of Jigyasa team and further talked about R&D activities of CSIR-NML and its different functional division, further briefed about their activities, contribution of NML for gainful utilization of natural resources through R&D and extend help to the mineral based industries in India and overseas countries. The vote of thanks was given by Dr. Anjani Kr. Sahu, Sr. Technical Officer.
After brief up, a laboratory visits programme was organized, to interact with scientists and research scholars. S.N. Hembram, Senior Technical Officer assisted students during lab visit. The students expressed their fillings, asked numbers of question and clarify their doubt with scientists.
Students visited creep testing unit of MTE Division and knew about fatigue, creep, fractures prevailing in different types of industrial components. Further, they visited to chemistry division and know about conventional as well as non-conventional methods applied in chemical analysis for ores, minerals and different materials. Students asked question and solved by deputing research scholars. Students shown keen interest in the Electronic Waste Unit and make acquainted themselves about the method for extraction of metals from electronic waste.
Students were surprised to observe the 69 years’ history of NML at museum and they asked different question based on sample and poster pertaining to minerals based product and facilities.
Teachers and students requested for their next visit to the laboratory for gain deeper knowledge. Teacher expressed their views and was satisfied to know about the consistent effort and research emphasis given in various sectors for the development of India.

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