Students told to develop scientific temper

Students told to develop scientific temper

Zilla Panchayat President V M Vijaya inaugurating students: scientists interaction programme by watering a plant. DH photo

Speaking after inaugurating the Students-Scientists Interaction Programme organised by Karnataka State Science and Technology Vision Group, Government of Karnataka and Karnataka Vijnana Parishat Bangalore, held at St Joseph Girls High School, he said such platforms help students to bring out their hidden talents.

Zoological Survey of India’s Dr Ramakrishna said “it is our duty to preserve bio diversity and plants around us.”

PU Board Director Chaluvappa also spoke. St Joseph Girls High School students sang science song and Naadageethe. Karnataka Rajya Vijnana Parishat district Committee President M G Prabhudev welcomed the gathering. More than 400 students will take part in the interaction programme. The valedictory will be held on Sunday at 3.15 pm.

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