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7 dist schools for national science exhibition

STUDENTS AND teachers from seven schools of Indore district would participate in the National Science Exhibition-2006 at Rashtriya Bal Bhawan, New Delhi, from February 5 to 8.

india Updated: Feb 02, 2006 12:45 IST

STUDENTS AND teachers from seven schools of Indore district would participate in the National Science Exhibition-2006 at Rashtriya Bal Bhawan, New Delhi, from February 5 to 8.

The exhibition would be organised by Science Aur Kainat Society of India (New Delhi) and Rashtriya Vigyan Evam Prodyogiki Sanchar Parishad. Selected child scientists from across the nation would present their models, projects and research papers at the exhibition.

Sonia Mutneja of Queens’ College would present her project under the guidance of teacher Vandana Soner. Divya Maheshwari and Kunal Jhawar of B D Toshniwal Maheshwari Vidyalaya would present their project on ‘electricity generation by use of sand’ under the guidance of teacher Vilone Mane.

Maharshi Purti and Nitish Harinkhere of Christian Eminent School would exhibit their projects on ‘magnetic train’ and ‘Environment Friendly System’ respectively.

Parvez Bhaskar of ITMA Vidya Niketan has prepared a project on merging of all Indian rivers. Sudhanshu Raikwar, Akshat Maltare and Srishti Mishra of Karnataka Vidya Niketan would display their project on ‘forest fire control system’ in the exhibition.

Varun Sharma of Annie Besant School has been selected to present his model on ‘causes and control of Tsunami waves’. Atul Purandare and Pravar Kulkarni of Lokmanya Vidya Niketan have prepared a project on ‘use of electrode for pollution control’ for the exhibition.

Mayank Bakarkar and Charchit Jain would present their project on ‘earthquake resistant homes’ with teacher Abhilasha Lavankar.

The team of students from Indore district would start for Delhi with Vigyan Prasar Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Fellow Rajendra Singh, Jai Kumar Masih of Children’s Science Centre (Indore) and Rekha Mourya on February 3.

First Published: Feb 02, 2006 12:45 IST