FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
SILCHAR, Aug 5: An annual exhibition titled ‘Science, Social Science, Environmental Studies and Art and Craft Exhibitions 2016 has commenced at the premises of Don Bosco School, Ramgar, near this town, from today. Students participated in the exhibition with zest and zeal and exhibited their latent talent by making some extraordiry exhibits. A host of such items have been displayed in the arts and craft section. Rat Ghosh was the in-charge of the section along with Saswati Dutta. Under their able guidance, students exhibited their creations which were quite interesting. A model of the Victoria Memorial in the section grabbed everyone’s attention. The exhibited items under this section will be judged by Sumit Roy, principal, Indian Institute of Fine Arts, and Gautam Dutta, assistant professor, Assam University.
Students also exhibited their creations in other sections, social science and science. The models were made with finesse, displaying excellent craftsmanship. Suma Kar Purkayastha was the in-charge of science section along with Sharmila Biswas. A variety of items were displayed by the students which included earthquake resistant building, vacuum cleaner, ozone layer, pinhole camera, earthquake alarm, mushroom cultivation, Sopur landslide, prototype autonomous robot car, laser beam security alarm, energy conservation, wind mill and door-bell.
In the social science section, whose in-charge was Sarbani Chakraborty along with Bhargavi Dutta, students displayed models of Sati Daha Pratha, economic methods of printing to uplift underprivileged women of the country. They also made models of the earth’s deepest layer and tectonic plates to show that the movement in the tectonic plates causes earthquakes.
A live show depicting the 26/11 victims was also shown in which some students played the role of innocent victims and terrorists. The live show under the aegis of Sarbani Chakraborty attracted everyone’s attention. They were also assisted by a PowerPoint presentation and a voice-over student-artiste. The vivid depiction of the tragic event accompanied by a sad song left everyone in sombre mood.
Some students also exhibited a number of topics through PowerPoint presentation which were judged by Ajoy Roy, associate professor, department of Physics, and Sriti Paul, assistant professor, department of Political Science of Cachar College of this town, and Anjan Das, a teacher of this school. Students presented a number of diverse topics. A group of tenth standard students dealt with the existence of ghosts and presented some cases of their existence. Other topics were centred round robotics, working of engines and the age of industrialization.
The joint efforts of Fr. Nelson Joseph, principal, Joydeep Dhar, a PGT in computer science and media in-charge, along with other teachers, employees and staffs have made the exhibitions quite informative and interesting, creating the opening ceremony a success.