Every year Department of Education, CTA organizes a CTA Level Science, Mathematics and Environmental exhibition and the best exhibits are sent to NCERT for a chance to represent at Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics, and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE). Till now 3 exhibits from THF Mussoorie, TCV Bylakuppe, and TCV Selakui had been a part of National Exhibition. This year, the 3rd CTA Level Science, Mathematics and Environmental Exhibition 2019 were held at TCV Suja for 3 days from 19 – 21 June 2019. A total of 34 students from 14 different schools took part in it and a total of 9 exhibits were sent to NCERT for their recommendation to take part in Nationals.
This year’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics, and Environment Exhibition (JNNSMEE), 2019 were held at Raipur, Chhattisgarh from 15 – 20 October 2019. The best exhibits from all the states were called for Nationals after the prior selection from State level exhibition. This year, 4 exhibits were selected from CTA and it is represented by an all-girl group from TCV Selakui and TCV Suja. They are accompanied by 2 teachers – Ms. Tenzin Woser la and Mr. Nyima Tsering la from TCV Selakui and TCV Suja respectively. Mr. Tenzin Kalsang, Coordinator of CTA Level exhibition, DoE, CTA, also visited the Raipur for 2 days Coordinators meeting. The list of selected models and the students are as follows:
|1||Anti-Fungal Soap using Coconut Oil and Lantana Juice.||Ms. Nyima TenzinMs. Tenzin Lhadon||TCV Selakui|
|2||How to Make an Organic Lizard Repellent Spray||Ms. Stenzin WangmoMs. Nyima Tsamchoe||TCV Selakui|
|3||Simple Handmade Water Filter||Ms. Tenzin JangchukMs. Yangchen Lhamo||TCV Selakui|
|4||Compound Bonding and its formulae||Ms. Mingla SherpaMs. Pema Tsomo||TCV Suja|
The program at JNNSMEE 2019 ranges from Expert speakers, Cultural program, Quiz competition, Exchange of Ideas, Visitation by schools and more. The students had good learning experience from all the activities and with their interaction with fellow participants and the visiting school students. Students did their best to explain their models in both Hindi and English. Students also went to interact with other participants to learn from other models.
Apart from academic viewpoints, students received great exposure. As a part of the cultural show, the student presented a Kham dance in the Tibetan attire and was highly loved and appreciated by one and all. On the final day of the exhibition (20 October 2019), all the students and teachers were taken out for sightseeing and were introduced to different cultural practices of Chhattisgarh. All the participants were then relieved on 21 October 2019. This program is funded by USAID.
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