State-level science exhibition in Warangal from December 20

State-level science exhibition in Warangal from December 20
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The Telangana State-level Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE)-2017 is scheduled to take place in the district from December 20 to 22.

Warangal: The Telangana State-level Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE)-2017 is scheduled to take place in the district from December 20 to 22.

The three-day event is being hosted by Warangal Urban district education department and will be held at Telangana State Social Welfare Residential School (Boys) at Madikonda near Kazipet. Warangal Urban District Educational Officer K Narayana Reddy and District Science Officer, Warangal Ch Keshwa Rao said students from 31 districts in the State display their science exhibits.

The event is an attempt to encourage the participants to harness their creativity and get drawn towards the study of science. The overall objective is to widen the resource base of the country’s scientific pool in future, said DEO Narayan Reddy.

Meanwhile, the DEOs of Mahabubabad, Jangaon, Jayashanker Bhupalpally, Warangal Urban and Rural districts are geared for the district-level Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE) in their respective districts. In Mahabubabad district, the three-day science exhibition will begin on Tuesday at the Telangana State Model School at Anantharam near Mahabubabad town. The science expo will be held in Warangal Urban on December 6 to 8 and in Warangal Rural on December 7 and 8.

Similarly, the science exhibitions will be held on December 14 and 15 in Bhupalpally and on December 6 and 7 in Jangaon. The annual science exhibitions are being held with a theme ‘Innovations for Sustainable development’ with an objective to encourage innovation, resourcefulness and to hone scientific aptitude among students.

Six sub-themes are included this year’s exhibition, they are health and well–being; resource management and food security; waste management and water body conservation; transport and communication; digital and technological solutions and mathematical modelling.

A science communicator V Gurunadha Rao said the science exhibitions will serve as a forum for children to pursue their natural curiosity and inventiveness to quench their thirst for creativity. It further helps to encourage them to visualise the future of the nation and become sensitive and responsible citizens.

Mahabubabad DEO KS Satya Priya said around 200 exhibits made by students from 16 mandals in the district will put on display during the event. The participating students will also be an opportunity to interact with experts.

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