December 5, 2018


The annual exhibition, enthusiastically organised on the 29th and 30th of November2018 focussed on ingraining a scientific and creative attitude in our young students to make them comprehend the interdependence and the practical application of the subjects they learn in school. The exhibition provided a platform for the children of our school to synergise experiences and develop something novel.

The exhibition was inaugurated formally and on an auspicious note in our school auditorium. Eminent dignitaries like Dr.Geetha Ramanujam, a renowned educationist, Dr. Mrityunjaya Latte, Principal, JSS Engineering College, Dr. Hiriyanna, CEO, Be Brainy, Shri Mallesh and our Principal Madam decorated the dais with their gracious presence. The exhibition was inaugurated with the traditional lamp lighting ceremony. Our Principal Madam introduced the guests and extended a warm welcome to the gathering.

In her address, Chief Guest Dr. Geetha Ramanujam elaborated the essence and value of freedom, divergent thinking and appealed to the children to be fearless so as to make a difference. Madam added that such events provided a platform for self-introspection and for gaining in-depth knowledge of the subjects concerned. She also spoke highly of the spirit with which our budding young students worked tirelessly with a critical and a scientific temperament. The children were highly revitalized by her profound words of wisdom.

Dr.Hiriyanna too highlighted the importance of focus in our lives. He summed up the true essence of such exhibitions by stating that they give students an opportunity to think out of the box.

The exhibits spanned all the disciplines-from languages to science, art, yoga and physical education. All the models, charts and creative work earned the visitors’ commendation. This exhibition also paved way for honing the communication skills of our students alongside polishing their technological skills and was a step towards their all round development.

The exhibition was organised with a view to encourage, popularise and inculcate critical thinking, team spirit and scientific temper amongst our students.

Students exhibited their models, charts and other works of creation in their respective classes. Most of the working models emphasised on harnessing natural resources as potential energy producers. It took an eco-friendly turn by going green all the way. The working models that were prepared by the children reiterated the fact that they have a complete understanding of the underlying principles.

All the students from Kindergarten to class X portrayed their exhibits, working models, charts, experiments covering a wide range of topics on the different subjects.

The working model of an airplane handled by a class 8 student earned great accolades. Another student from class X brought alive the science of sericulture and its various stages. The various exhibits displayed by students of all classes demonstrated a good degree of innovation, research and hard work.

Other exhibits, to name a few, included projects on sensors in street lighting so as to save electricity, global warming etc which kept the entire campus abuzz with activities.

On the whole, creativity and novel thinking abounded in the school premises on the two days of exhibition.