An educational trip to the National Science Centre

Hamdard Public School organised an educational trip to the National Science Centre, New Delhi for their students of class 5 along with the teachers and a supporting staff on 07.09.2017 (Thursday).

The National Science Centre showed a warm welcome to all and interestingly presented various curriculum based programs to the students through their projection technology.

Students and teachers visited the prehistoric life gallery. 35 species of life forms of different ages such as gigantic dinosaurs, early birds, giant scorpions and other living creatures were exhibited in the gallery using artificially created matching ambience through special light and sound effects.

The exhibition prompted the kids to answer several mind boggling questions as how life originated on our planet? Where did it evolve? Who were our ancestors? And so on.

In addition to this, the Centre also displayed curriculum linked sphere show on the planets and natural satellite in the solar system. A six feet diameter sphere-a giant digital globe attracted students’ attention to the animation, graphics and images on planetary data. Designed programs were aimed at creating and enhancing scientific awareness while at the same time imparting scientific education in an interesting way.

PICS OF THE DAY:

Source: Ms. Ayesha Farha, PRT (HPS)

Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Librarian (HPS)

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3 thoughts on “An educational trip to the National Science Centre

  1. Heartiest congratulations! Excellent Exposure for the children who need to develop intense scientific temperament at this age to move with the times . God bless . Zakia Majid Siddiqui

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