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Indian School Sohar hosts annual exhibition

Indian School Sohar hosts annual exhibition

The chief guest for the occasion Mohamed Mubarak al Saidi, assistant director common for Educational Evaluation, Educational Programmes for Private Schools, Ministry of education, North Batinah governorate, inaugurated the show. The exhibition was graced by the presence of the guest of honour, Rabab Hamdan al Ajmi, physics supervisor, Ministry of Education, along with the dignitaries from Ministry of Education. The presence of the president, School Managing Committee, Abraham George, and the SMC Members Dr Mahesh Mistry, Ajay Damani and Rajesh Mehta was fairly encouraging.

The central model of the occasion was BAPU @150, which was a reverential dedication to the father of our nation on his 150th birth anniversary. The show promoted khadi supplies as a tribute to Gandhi’s best of making use of Swadeshi material. Gandhiji presented the spinning wheel and khadi as a symbol of nationalism, equality and self-reliance. The style show screening khadi clothing was an endeavour to develop awareness amongst students, parents and teachers about the significance of khadi to our nation.

The students and teachers showed their elegance and style on the ramp throughout the ethnic round, saree round, and so on. The parents, students and teachers applauded this particular occasion with lot of zeal, enthusiasm and respect.

With an endeavour to market a scientific attitude amongst budding young students, the Science Department presented exhibits of intriguing methods, fascinating inventions and compelling ideas. In the relentless pursuit to stir the mathematical expression of students and to assist them comprehend the simple components of mathematics, an array of projects, models and brainstorming games had been presented. The Social Science section exhibits offered an insight into the previous and at the identical time traversed us via the present.

The Commerce Wing via numerous exhibits depicted the customer-producer partnership. The students learnt the tricks of company via their sales in tuck shops. The Computer Science section exhibited sophisticated technologies via revolutionary operating models and investigation primarily based projects. The English section took the onlookers to a planet of imagination.

It traversed along the Mighty land of pen, the Magic planet of Hogwarts with Harry Potter and his well-known wizards and the Land of Fairies. They also showcased budding poets and writers via the magazines published by them.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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