Three-day science fair begins
Science fairs not only help students in developing interest in the subject, but to make them concentrate more on studies, noted Khammam MLA Puvvada...
Khammam: Science fairs not only help students in developing interest in the subject, but to make them concentrate more on studies, noted Khammam MLA Puvvada Ajay Kumar. The MLA inaugurated the science fair, organised by Education department here at St Joseph High School in Khammam on Thursday, by lighting a lamp. Speaking on the occasion, the legislator said teachers must encourage students to think innovatively and differently thereby helping them discover new things.
“The exhibits showcased by the students of various educational institutions and the way they explained is wonderful. Such kind of programmes will be highly useful for the students for developing interest in science,” he observed. Meanwhile, the officials made elaborate arrangements to make the programme, which will go on till Saturday, a grand success. Nearly 15 15 committees constituting 30 members of NCC volunteers, 25 members of PET teachers and 70 members of students from DIET College have made arrangements for the fair.
Speaking to The Hans India, District Science Officer Saidulu said students from various educational institutions enrolled more than 650 exhibits, which were being exhibited in about 30 rooms. Around five judging teams with three members in each team were formed to pick the best projects. MLC Pula Ravinder, City Mayor Dr Papa Lal, District Education Officer Vasanti, Educational Officer Murali Krishna, DIET College Principal S Satyanarayana, Mandal Education officer Srinivas and Nodal Officer Mallikarjun Sharma were present along with others.