Dyal Singh Public School: Promoting scientific aptitude : The Tribune India

Karnal: Students from Dyal Singh Public School, Dyal Singh Colony, Karnal participated in the 29th National Children’s Science Congress (NCSC-2021) on a virtual platform organized by the Gujarat Council on Science and Technology. This national program is designed to popularize science and promote scientific aptitude among students. Class IX’s Dhruvika and Class VIII’s Nishchay presented the project “Seed Balls: Creating Forests (Throwing and Growing) under the guidance of Science Teacher Jyoti Puri. About 618 projects from all over India and countries Asians were screened during the program. Principal, Sushma Devgun and Principal Priya Kapoor congratulated the students.

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Kurukshetra: The National Science Day-2022 was celebrated under the aegis of the Faculty of Science with the theme “Integrated approach in S&T for a sustainable future”. The keynote address was delivered by Prof. Ravi Kumar Ranade, Professor and Head of Department, Materials Science and Engineering, NIT, Hamirpur (HP). Prof. Anil Vohra, Dean of Colleges, welcomed the keynote speaker, Prof. RK Chauhan, Dean of the Faculty of Science, briefed the audience on the theme of National Science Day-2022 and various activities and scientific programs organized in different departments under the faculty of science. Science. Professor Manjula Chaudhary, Dean of Academic Affairs, highlighted the need to use science and technology for a sustainable future.

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Karnal: The National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) organized the National Science Day under the umbrella of Gender Advancement for Institutional Transformation (GATI) – a pilot project of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. This day is celebrated on February 28 to remember the discovery of the Raman effect made by Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman who received the Nobel Prize in 1930 in physics. A keynote lecture on “Environmental Issues and Sustainable Approaches” was given in virtual mode by Dr. S Lakshmi Devi, Founding Director of Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences, University of Delhi. She said that different natural resources are running out; there was an urgent need to address the problems of water scarcity and loss of biodiversity due to waste management.

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