National Science Day Observed at SMSH

28th February is the auspicious day 92 years from now, on which Sir C.V Raman, researching on scattering of light at Indian Association for Cultivation of Science, Kolkata announced his landmark discovery “Raman Effect” in 1928. This year falls with another distinguished occasion- 125th Anniversary of great Indian Trio Satyendra Nath Bose, Prasanta Chandra Mahalanabish and Meghnad Saha, which is a fantastic coincidence.

The Day saw observed by students of all classes through various interesting activities like charts collectively, speech, debating on issues of science etc.

The main programme in Hall started with floral tribute to portrait of Sir C.V Raman and welcome speech by Swagata Bhattacharya, the anchor of the day’s programme.The Day saw observed by students of all classes through various interesting activities like charts collectively, speech, debating on issues of science etc.

The main programme in Hall started with floral tribute to portrait of Sir C.V Raman and welcome speech by Swagata Bhattacharya, the anchor of the day’s programm.Vice Principal Mr. Bhaskar Sarkar, in his short speech upheld the significance of the day with revered mentions about contributions of the great Indian Trio of modern Science which added fervor to observance of National Science Day this year.

 

A scholastic Power point Presentation on prepared by Tamaghna Ganguli and Sourav Chanda and demonstrated by Ummay Habiba and Dania Firoz of class X “Scientists who sacrificed for the cause of science” From ancient times through medieval period till don of Renaissance

Roll Play “Organelles of Animal Cell” was elegantly performed by class VII and VIII students, planned and guided by Kaveri Ghosh and Rituporna Das, which was enjoyed praised by all.Followed next two competitive events 1. Extempore for conducted by class IX and X students and 2. “Who am I?” conducted by Class VI students. Both events were very interesting, enjoying and contesting. Token prizes were awarded to winners.

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  About 100 students from both boys and girls enrolled themselves as member of Samaritan               Students Science Club.