Science Exhibition organized by the Indian Women Scientists’ Association (IWSA) on 21st February, 2017

Indian Women Scientists’ Association (IWSA) has been engaged in nurturing the scientific and innovative talent amongst young students for the last several years. IWSA’s Science Nurture Committee  celebrated  ‘Science Day’ by organizing a Science Exhibition- “ Science for Learning, Science for Fun” on the theme of “ Sustainability” on 21st February, 2017, at their campus at Vashi.

In the present day scenario of extremely fast scientific and technological developments in the world, there is a widely growing concern about the ‘Sustainability’ issues. It is desired that young students are made aware of the need for protecting the environment and natural resources amidst the necessary development in all spheres. This exhibition was therefore organized on this theme to nurture innovative ideas from the younger generation. Projects on various topics such as- Renewable sources of energy, water conservation, good agricultural practices, food preservation, robotics in everyday life and healthy lifestyle were presented by fourteen schools from Navi Mumbai. There were a total of 42 projects by students from class VI to X from 15 schools of Navi Mumbai on the above theme.

The Science exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Kalyanaraman, who is a well-known entrepreneur in the area of specialized transportation for Rocket Propellant Fuels for ISRO etc.

Judges for the event were Ms. Anisbert K Sequeira, Ms. Lalitha Ramaswamy (eminent teachers of science who are recipients of the President’s medal as best teachers) and Mr. Amit Modi, a young technology entrepreneur and an alumnus of IIT, Mumbai.
The First Prize was won by Sacred Heart High School for their project “Integrated Farming” and the second prize by, Anjuman-I-Islam High School for “Smart City” and the third prize by Vashi English High School for “Aquaponics Water Cycle”.  All prize-winning students got individual prizes as books and the
I and II prize schools won a trophy each.
About 100 students participated in the exhibition by setting up the projects.  They were all presented with a medal and a participation certificate each.  More than 300 students from different schools of Navi Mumbai visited the exhibition.


Science Exibition on 3rd February 2018

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