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3-day CBSE-level science exhibition concludes

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GUWAHATI, Dec 23 - The three-day CBSE Regional Level Science Exhibition-2015, hosted by South Point School on behalf of CBSE, Guwahati, in its campus at Barsapara, concluded today.

The exhibition saw the participation of 37 CBSE-affiliated schools from all over the North East, including institutions from Sikkim, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura. A total of 63 projects were exhibited. The theme of the exhibition was �Mathematics for Inclusive Development,� with six sub-themes � health, nutrition and cleanliness; industry; disaster management; mathematics for quality life; resource management and agriculture and food safety.

The exhibition was inaugurated by the chief guest, Sanjib Das, Regional Officer, CBSE, Guwahati Region, in the presence of principals, students and teachers of participating schools.

Das spoke on the purpose of the CBSE in organising the science exhibition for promoting a scientific temper and enhancing the spirit of inquiry among school students under its jurisdiction.

Several principals also addressed the students and congratulated them on their efforts to produce the exhibits being displayed.

A panel of six judges comprising Dr Amar Saikia, Dr Kamal Choudhury, Dr Sharmistha Borah, Dr Bhaben Kalita, Dr Tarakeshwar Choudhury and Dr Debadrata Ghosh judged the exhibits and found the projects of Army Public School, Narengi; Little Flower School, Hatigaon; DPS, Dhaligaon; Bahai School, Tadong, Sikkim; Cambridge Public School, Guwahati; VKV, Tingrai; Kaziranga English Academy, Guwahati; Sainik School, Punglwa, Nagaland; VKV, Bokuloni, Assam; Axel Public School, Guwahati; DPS, Numaligarh; Sarala Birla School, Guwahati; Maria�s Public School; The East Indian School, Tezpur; Don Bosco School, Agartala; Govt Senior Secondary School, Darap, Sikkim and MVM, Guwahati, eligible to be sent for the national-level exhibition, to be held in Delhi later next year.

The exhibition concluded with a closing function, where certificates of participation and proficiency were handed over to the participating students by the principal of the host school.

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3-day CBSE-level science exhibition concludes

GUWAHATI, Dec 23 - The three-day CBSE Regional Level Science Exhibition-2015, hosted by South Point School on behalf of CBSE, Guwahati, in its campus at Barsapara, concluded today.

The exhibition saw the participation of 37 CBSE-affiliated schools from all over the North East, including institutions from Sikkim, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura. A total of 63 projects were exhibited. The theme of the exhibition was �Mathematics for Inclusive Development,� with six sub-themes � health, nutrition and cleanliness; industry; disaster management; mathematics for quality life; resource management and agriculture and food safety.

The exhibition was inaugurated by the chief guest, Sanjib Das, Regional Officer, CBSE, Guwahati Region, in the presence of principals, students and teachers of participating schools.

Das spoke on the purpose of the CBSE in organising the science exhibition for promoting a scientific temper and enhancing the spirit of inquiry among school students under its jurisdiction.

Several principals also addressed the students and congratulated them on their efforts to produce the exhibits being displayed.

A panel of six judges comprising Dr Amar Saikia, Dr Kamal Choudhury, Dr Sharmistha Borah, Dr Bhaben Kalita, Dr Tarakeshwar Choudhury and Dr Debadrata Ghosh judged the exhibits and found the projects of Army Public School, Narengi; Little Flower School, Hatigaon; DPS, Dhaligaon; Bahai School, Tadong, Sikkim; Cambridge Public School, Guwahati; VKV, Tingrai; Kaziranga English Academy, Guwahati; Sainik School, Punglwa, Nagaland; VKV, Bokuloni, Assam; Axel Public School, Guwahati; DPS, Numaligarh; Sarala Birla School, Guwahati; Maria�s Public School; The East Indian School, Tezpur; Don Bosco School, Agartala; Govt Senior Secondary School, Darap, Sikkim and MVM, Guwahati, eligible to be sent for the national-level exhibition, to be held in Delhi later next year.

The exhibition concluded with a closing function, where certificates of participation and proficiency were handed over to the participating students by the principal of the host school.