DPS,Ranchi kids hold ‘Model Exhibition’

By Abha Manakatala - Sat Dec 05, 2:03 pm

DSC_0119A grand ‘Mega Project and Model Exhibition’ by the Primary Wing of DPS, Ranchi was hosted in the school premises on 5th December, 2015.

Students from classes Prep – V had actively participated and displayed a wide array of projects and models on different subjects like Science, Social Science, Mathematics, Art and Literature. Almost each and every student participated in this exhibition and there was approx. 1320 exhibits on display.

Mrs. Nidhi Khare, Secretary cum Commissioner Commercial Tax Dept. was the Chief Guest for the occasion. She highly appreciated the students’ effort, emphasizing upon the fact that in a surrounding, where the students work and effort is valued, their self-esteem is heightened, which leads to self-motivation.

Principal, Dr. Ram Singh also stressed upon the fact that teaching should not be confined within the walls of the classroom; and as DPS, Ranchi has always believed in the holistic development, hence each and every student is provided with a stimulating and purposeful surrounding, in which they acquire skills and knowledge easily.

The students displayed wonderful exhibits on various interesting topics like Disaster Management, Rain Water Harvesting, Hydroelectric generators and turbines, Alternative sources of energy, the harmful effects of Global Warming caused by the detoriation of the Ozone layer of the atmosphere.

The students also exhibited their creativity by displaying models on creations of renowned literary figures like Shakespeare, William Wordsworth, Robert Frost, Ruskin Bond, Munshi Premchand, Kabir and Nirala. The late President and the Missile Man, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was also an inspiration for the topic of some models on display.

Budding painters, who are a genius with their paints and easels, had exhibited their wonders in myriad colours and bright hues.

Imagination and Creativity found a new dimension with the wonderful assortment of exhibits which was appreciated by one and all. The exhibition was indeed a grand success.

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