Science Conclave 2017- OCT 25 & 26, 2017

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Two days long Science Conclave was organized on October 25 & 26, 2017 by YMCA University in collaboration with DST, Department of Science and Technology, Haryana. Three students from our school: Lavanya, Attrija and Agastya of Class VII presented Space Science model and won the 3rd prize. Kids were appreciated a lot for their presentation skills and sound technical knowledge of the model. It was a proud moment for them to receive the trophy and amount of Rs 1500 from Honorable Chief Minister of Haryana, Mr Manohar Lal Khattar.

What Proud Winners say!!

When we heard that we were going for the YMCA Science conclave, we were completely astounded. As we set up our model and briefed the visitors, we never even thought that we could make it to the top three. There were spectacular projects and on the second day when we were told to go with Mr. Mohar Pal Sir to attend the valedictory ceremony, we were stunned to see the media companies' cameras flashing as the Chief Minister of Faridabad and we came on the stage! Although we came third, it was great exposure. We were the junior-most students in the whole Conclave! Overall, I just know that I'm incredibly grateful to have gotten this opportunity and nailed it with amazing teachers and my friends.

Lavanya, VII-C

It was truly supercalifragilisticexpialidocious experience. Interacting with many people, spreading knowledge about AstroSat was an enriching experience. It was an exciting moment to meet the Chief Minister of Haryana. Looking at the projects made by other schools was knowledgeable. I am thankful to all the teachers who supported us during the exhibition.

Attrija Gitay, VII-C

It was a stupendous experience being at the event. I got to know people and learnt about their interests. It felt great to tell people about AstroSat. I saw many projects the students had exhibited and I was rewarded with a lot of knowledge at this event. I thank my teachers for guiding me and supporting me through the exhibition.

Agastya Gitay, VII-C