Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Jan 28: A two-day Science, English and Hindi exhibition at Vivekanand International School in Mango was inaugurated by Swami Amritrupanandji Maharaj, Secretary of Ramakrishna Mission Jamshedpur in the school’s premises. The displays and presentations in all the three segments captivated visitors. The concepts behind the displays spelled a bright future for the next generation.
The Science section exhibited concepts on sources of alternate energy, Hydraulic JCB, bridges and other working and concept models. The English segment exhibited a model on the History of English, story of Cinderella and a project work based on English Grammar.
The Hindi exhibits featured the history of India Gate and Qutub Minar and related riddles and presentations on Hindi grammar and literature. A student dressed as the legendary Munshi Premchand presented a show based on the life of the Urdu and Hindi storyteller.
Students in various attires and through various models spelt out the theme of Indian culture – unity in diversity.
Earlier in her welcome address Headmistress Dr Nidhi Srivastav observed, “Such varied types of exhibitions boost all-round development of children.”
Among those present on the occasion were Rai Manendra Prasad, Raushan Maharaj, Dipak Srivastav, Mukhtar Alam Khan and many other guests including parents of the students.