Children’s Science Congress concludes

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Dec 2: Two days state level 26th Children’s Science Congress (a program of NCSTC, DST, Delhi) concluded at Carmel Convent Higher Secondary School, Kunjwani Bye Pass, here today.
The programme was organized by National Council for Urban and Rural Development Society, Jammu under the guidance of Zaffar Ullah Khan, Founder Secretary (NCURDS) and State Coordinator NCSC- J&K (Jammu).
About 80 projects based on Focal Theme “Science, Technology and innovation for a clean, green & Healthy Nation” from different institution drawn from various districts of J&K were presented by the children of age group 10-17 years focusing on solution to the local problem easily applicable by the society.
The Valedictory function was presided over by Sister Maria Awati AC, Principal of the Institution.
Earlier, Kuldeep Gupta, Master Govt. Girls High School, Simbal Camp and State Academic Coordinator, J&K (Jammu) presented welcome address.
Dr Ashaq Hussain, Principal, Govt Degree College, Chatroo, Kishtwar gave a brief account of NCSC & how this programme is helpful for uplifting the creativity of the child scientists and enable them to think and act scientifically.
The projects were evaluated by the team of learned evaluators; Dr. Rajeev Sharma from Multanimal Modi College, Patiala, S. Gurmeet Singh from Phagwara, Sanjeev Sharma, Sidharth from PathanKot and Rakesh Sharma from Kapurthala.
Out of the 80 projects presented, 16 best projects are going to be presented at National Level being organized at Bhubhneshwar (Odisha) from December 27 to December 31, 2018 and the two best projects will also participate at Indian Science Congress being held at Lovely Professional University, Jallandhar.
Senior Group: Suneha Sharma, Govt Girls Hr. Secondary School, Nowabad, Jammu;
Tuyiba Anwar, Jhelum Valley Educational Institute, Kulgam; Zeenat Hamid-Govt Girls Hr. Sec. School, Kulgam; Mohammad Ibrahim-DPS Budgam; Shailesh Kumar-Govt Hr Secondary School, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu; Seerat Shafi-Shikhsha Niketan School, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu; Jharna Koul-SOS Gmeiner School, Jammu; Nishali-Learning Temple School, Kathua; Azan Abbas Wani-DPS Budgam and Prabhleen Singh-Galaxy Science Club, Reasi.
Junior Group: Hazis Shaz Dev, K-Photon Science Club, Kishtwar; Aadya – KC International School, Jammu; Aftab Alam- MMI, Arwani, Anantnag; Mantasha Irshad -Radiant Public School, Anantnag; Agrima Chandan-DAV Collegiate School, Kathua and Suhani Sharma-Carmel Convent School, Jammu.
Prominent among others who graced the occasion included Shabir Ahmed Shabir, State Coordinator NCSC J&K (Kashmir), M Y Zagoo, State Academic Coordinator NCSC (Kashmir), Harpreet Singh and Mehmood Ahmed.
The vote of thanks was presented by Zaffar Ullah Khan, Founder Secretary (NCURDS) and State Coordinator NCSC- J&K (Jammu).


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