3-day science fair for students begins
Addressing the students, he said science helped in unearthing their hidden talents, with each showing a rare interest in one subject or the other....
Bhadrachalam: Inaugurating the three-day science fair at Bhadrachalam Gurkul School on Thursday in which students from five districts are participating, District Tribal Welfare Officer Jayadev Abraham advised them to start working hard right from the school stage itself to achieve big in life.
Addressing the students, he said science helped in unearthing their hidden talents, with each showing a rare interest in one subject or the other. This interest should be sharpened for achieving better results.
Abraham called upon students to bring out their hidden talents to stand out and emerge successful.He said the government was taking up various programmes for the benefit of students of Tribal Welfare institutions to match the facilities available in private and corporate schools.Secretary of Gurukul institutions Praveen Kumar said suitable coaching would be given to students so that they come out with flying colours.
Bhadrachalam CI Srinivasulu advised the participants to inculcate a competitive spirit for their advancement in life. He said if students gain mastery over English, they could emerge successful in their future endeavours.Gurukul Regional Coordinators Sk Buran and Nageswara Rao urged the participants to show their mettle in the fair.