105 Sri Chaitanya students undertake two-nation tour
In a historic endeavour to give an edge to learning Sri Chaitanya School took another international tour taking 105 students and 10 guiding teachers to Singapore and Malaysia, which offered students an unbelievable exposure and knowledge in various subjects
Hyderabad: In a historic endeavour to give an edge to learning Sri Chaitanya School took another international tour taking 105 students and 10 guiding teachers to Singapore and Malaysia, which offered students an unbelievable exposure and knowledge in various subjects.
This huge team of students and teachers visited Putrajaya, Petronas Tower, Batu Caves, Genting highlands in Malaysia and Night Safari, NE Water, Universal Studio, Jurong Birds Park, Sentosa Island and Science Centre.
Students had a golden opportunity to visit and learn about Putra Mosque, The 3-tiered Putra Bridge that was built in the inspiration of Iranian architecture, The Petronas Towers In Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, which was the world’s tallest building till 2004, Batu Caves that has a series of cave temples that created enthusiasm in students, Genting Highlands which is a high-land altitude hill resorts near Kuala-Lumpur developed since 1960 and is a an interesting place to visit. This was such a great time of learning in Malaysia, said the team.
Where as in Singapore they visited Night Safari, whichis the world’s first nocturnal zoo and is one of the most popular tourist places, NE Water, the Public Utility Board and NE Water Factory where students met water engineers and had a fruitful talk. Universal Studio Singapore where they experienced a theme park which features 28 rides, shows and which isSingapore’s second integrated resort, Sentosa Island resort that intrigued students to learn about road, cable car, pedestrian boardwalk connectivity. Jurong Birds Park taught them about wildlife conservation in the highest point of Jurong region and Science Centre carved out of the National Museum of Singapore, which promotes scientific education in the rapidly modernising country.
The main motto of Sri Chaitanya is to conduct the educational trip is to enrich the knowledge of students and to encourage them for the global competitions. With the success of this educational trip now the management is all set to attend the ISDC-2019 (International Space Development Conference which is going to be held at Washington DC, the capital of the USA in the first week of June 2019. ‘We are planning many such tours and events to encourage and educate our students in the future’ said, Dr BS Rao the Founding Chairman of Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutions.