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Science exhibition at BVB
Science exhibition, A three-day Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) regional level science exhibition with the theme ‘Scientific and Mathematics Innovation’ kick-started at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public School, Jubilee Hills, here on Thursday.
A three-day Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) regional level science exhibition with the theme ‘Scientific and Mathematics Innovation’ kick-started at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public School, Jubilee Hills, here on Thursday.
Speaking at the inaugural function, Telangana Education minister G Jagadish Reddy applauded the school’s efforts in organising the CBSE regional level science exhibition. He said that students should abstain from rote-learning methods and should go for an innovative way of learning.
“Exhibitions like these give an opportunity for the students to showcase their talents. Students should understand the needs of the society and should work in a way that their projects benefit the society,” the minister said.
The minister who keenly observed projects displayed at the exhibition, lauded students for their innovative ideas. About 60 schools from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh displayed around 130 projects. The students were given sub-themes like agricultural, energy, health and environment and resources.
A project: Self powered, secure, modern mobile house by the students of Sai Baba Central School, Ongole, Andhra Pradesh had caught of eye many visitors. N Saketh Pawan, Class X, said “their project can generate DC power through solar energy which can power an entire house. The excess of power which is generated through solar power can be sold for power discoms after converting into AC power thereby one can earn some money.”
Of 130 projects that were up for the display, 20 projects would be selected from each sub-theme which would compete at the national level, said Madhumathi, a teacher. The three-day exhibition would conclude on Saturday.