Little scientists showcase talents at Children's Science Congress

Little scientists showcase talents at Children's Science Congress

The district-level 25th Children's Science Congress was organised by the departments of Science and Technology and Education at Rotary Children's Science Centre here on Wednesday.

The Science Congress was meant for primary and High School students. The students presented project reports on 'sustainable development through Science and Technology' based on local issues.

The topics included natural resources, cleanliness and hygiene, agriculture, environmental conservation and waste management.

Inaugurating the convention, District Scouts and Guides Patron K T Mathew called upon students to develop a scientific temper. He added that students should know about the research, inventions and achievements of veteran scientists.

State Pollution Control Board Regional Office Environment Officer G R Ganeshan, Rotary Misty Hills president H T Anil and Vijnana Parishat district committee Secretary T G Premkumar also spoke.

10 best teams in the district-level will take part in the state-level Science Congress to be held in Mysuru from November 29 to December 1. The first 30 teams getting selected in the state-level will be eligible to take part in the National Children's Science Congress to be held in Ahmedabad, Gujarat between December 27 and 31.

District Committee Vice President M E Mohiddin, Kodagu Vidyalaya Bharatiya Vidya Bhavana, Madikeri, Principal E Shrinivasan and Education Coordinator G Shreeharsha were present.

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