“Try It Out”

TRY IT OUT”

(An exhibition with a difference)

‘Try it Out’ an exhibition with a difference was held in Motilal Nehru Public School on Wednesday,23rd October,2019, in the school premises. This exhibition showcased out –of-the-box ideas, where the students got an opportunity to explore and innovate and give free vent to their creativity. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Chief Guest for the morning  Mr V. S. Rana, Chairman, School Managing Committee.

This event, which was the brainchild of the Principal,  Mrs. Ashu Tiwary, was meant to ensure that the students get ready to lead, transform and find solutions to problems faced by mankind. Each team, comprising students from Class3 to 12, had a teacher to mentor and encourage them.

The tiny tots of the Pre-primary were not far behind and they displayed their creativity in the Art and Craft exhibition of the drawings and worksheets which were also on display.

The focus of the exhibition was to let the students explore and innovate beyond the routine models found in text books. The students became aware of the problems and tried to find solutions. Varied models on a wide range of topics were skillfully displayed. The Juniors models were on:

  1. Bringing cultures together

  2 .Man  and the moon.

  3.150 years of the Mahatma

  4.Science  is fun                           

The Seniors  models were based on the following topics:

  1. Digital Literacy
  2. Organic Concepts
  3. Sustainability
  4. Shared dreams, Bright futures.
  5. India—–‘the food basket of the world’

The students deftly handled the questions put to them by a distinguished panel of judges comprising Mrs Sangita Chatrath, Science teacher from Little Flower School, Jamshedpur, Mr Parasnath, Retired Scientist from NML ,Jamshedpur, Mr Lokesh Rao Senior School Coordinator DAV School, and Mrs Ishita Dey Vice Principal Tarapore School Agrico Jamshedpur. The judges appreciated the presence of mind of the participants and the originality shown in approaching the various topics. The models were judged on the following parameters: Research, Understanding, Innovation, Presentation and Assembling.

Guests  who visited this exhibition’ with a difference’ and  encouraged the students, included  parents , well-wishers, friends, Principals from other schools and members of the School Managing Committee, Honorary Secretary Dr. DP Shukla, Mr Girish  Tiwary among others. They were appreciative of the initiative shown by the students in putting up the models and their understanding of the issues before them.