Chandigarh, August 12
The two-day annual exhibition of the creative attempts of students ‘IMAGES 07’ concluded at Manav Mangal High School, Sector 21-C, here, today. The exhibition reflected the hard work put in by the students and their teachers.

The exhibition was different in the sense that it was not confined to art & craft or science. It had various exhibits from different departments including maths, social science, art and craft, science, English, environmental studies etc.

Sanjay Sardana, the principal of the school said, “Undoubtedly it is a platform for the students to display their creative talent. Learning by doing is the motto behind such like events as these kinds of exhibitions help the students to learn beyond classrooms in a play way method”.

The posters made by the students conveyed messages on the importance of Peace, Save Environment, Importance of Immunisation, Happiness, Female Foeticide, traffic rules, Eye-Donation, Blood Donation etc. The collages on the political aspects, corruption, National Integration, Obesity etc. compelled the people to think.

Smart minds of the school came forward with Digital Den. Children made pencil sketches of the visitors by clicking photographs on the spot. They also tested people for their intelligence through colourful quiz on mythology, entertainment, television and sports on the style and pattern of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’.

The primary class wing of the school came up with the project, “AIDS- prevention is the only cure”. The children provided information to the parents about the causes and cure of Aids about which people are hesitant to talk. They even informed visitors about the various agencies which help in AIDS prevention, their addresses and contact numbers.

The secondary class students came forward to make people tickle their brains with their mathematical game, ‘Mathemagical Wonders’. They also made people know abut great Mathematicians like Aryabhatta, Euclid, Pythagoras and their works. Token gifts were given to the winners of various quizzes and puzzles.

Very confidently the junior class students narrated the age old English fables. 

Source: Tribune News Service