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Times India Today | : Feb 11,2018 11:03 AM IST
Noida February 10 (PTI) Three days science exhibition at Billabong High International School concluded today. Environmental pollution and management of waste were the major issues depicted at the exhibition and various projects made by students displayed.
Billabong High International School,Director,Jasmine Gandhi said,”Parents and teachers helped students in developing the models of various projects. Students learn through science projects easily in playful manner.”
Students are concerned with E waste and proper garbage disposal and recycling of waste. On Saturday parents were seen inquiring from students about garbage disposal and E waste projects displayed at school. Students briefed them about the E waste disposal and garbage disposal and also presented skit to motivate them to throw garbage in bins and also segregate for recycling.
“These students know more than us about E waste. Further they have given us message to throw garbage in dustbins and keep the surroundings clean and green. This will make air breathe able and fresh.,”said one of the parent.
As examinations period is nearing for CBSE students several students and parents were seen listening to project on coping stress with water. Student briefed them how can cope stress with water and other ways to remain calm and stress free.
Another student said,”Science project has given us knowledge as how things work. When I made working model for car I was thrilled.”
Another students showed visitors the bell made by him. There was just one string and equipment. On pulling the thread bell rings and give sound. No electricity is required for this bell.
District Inspector of Schools PK Upadhyay said,”Such science fairs should be held regularly. We are holding science fairs at government schools too. Through CSR better science models will be displayed in future science fairs.”