Going to school is something missed mostly by people who don't have to do it,
and why nostalgia is derived from algos, for pain, is something you'll realize
once you step into a school years after you first didn't have to anymore. If you
are a person who's seen things go only downhill after childhood was over, here's
a place you shouldn't miss. It's all the magic of the school days - the enthusiasm
for small things, the huge clusters of kids in uniform, the objects crafted by
the gaucherie of untrained hands, and the clamor of hundreds of unbroken voices
- thrown open to the rest of the world for whom there no longer is any avenue
for going back into the best days of life, even those of another generation.
The District Education Department is organizing science competitions from the 25th of this month. The circular has been sent to the principals of various institutions in the twin cities to register their institutions' participation at the venue from 9am to 5pm on November 25 & 26.
The main theme of the science exhibition is 'Science And Technology', and the sub-themes are 'Landmarks In Science', Harnessing Energy', 'Food And Environment Management', 'Nutrition', 'Health' and 'Transport and Communication'.
The exhibition will be open for girl students of schools located in Secunderabad on November 27 and for those of schools located in Hyderabad on November 29. For boys of schools located in Hyderabad it will be November 28, and for those of schools located in Secunderabad it will be November 30. Parents and the general public can also visit the exhibition on November 30.
Please contact Jesupadam, DEO, at 770-1915 for further details.