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Annual Science Fest
Billabong High International School, Noida celebrated its annual Science Exhibition and Club Culmination on the theme — Nurturing Future Citizens By Enhancing Sustainable Development, recently.
Each grade and club had a theme to present with experiments like kaleidoscope of artistry, knowledge engineering, green footprints window to a viable future, survival of the fittest, the cosmos and much more.
Learners of pre-primary showcased their hands-on knowledge of the environment, saving endangered species, save water and a nukkad natak on Swacch Bharat Abhiyan won hearts. The objective of various displayed exhibits was to identify the means for sustainable development and to spread the awareness among public for the same.
Book by students
The students of Manav Rachna International School (MRIS), Sector 46 launched their much-awaited book Limitless in the school campus in the presence of Dr D Suresh, Commissioner, Gurugram Division; Dr Prashant Bhalla, president, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI); Dr Amit Bhalla, VP, MREI; and Sunny Bansal, Executive Director, MRIS and eminent authors like Vaijyenti Sawant Tonpe, Dhiman Gupta among others
The book is a series of short stories by 15 promising young writers is as varied in story ideas as the authors themselves. Each story is unique in its presentation and the choice of plot.
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