Swaminarayan Vidyamandir, Randesan, celebrated Science Week from 24 Feb to 29 Feb’20, an initiative undertaken to make the students understand that science is fun. The theme for this year was ‘Women in Science’. Under the guidance and motivation of all the science teachers, students from classes V to XI, conducted various activities during the entire week. A daily special assembly was conducted which included Scientific prayer, a scientific thought and one special performance to highlight the significance of various issues in science. The most remarkable part of science week celebration was everyone emphasized on role of Indian women in science. The students gave a hard hitting message on it. Keeping in sync with the theme, a number of activities were organized which included puzzles, games, scientific charts, speech and lot more fun activities in the class rooms.
It also included poster presentation on Vedic science and contemporary women and connecting it with vachanamrut by grade 9, skit on ‘Women behind inventions’ by grade 8, Monoacting on lady scientists by grade 7, skit on reduce-recycle and role of women by grade 6 and current challenge in process of learning science by grade 11 - a program each on each day in the morning assembly.
The week was a success as the students enjoyed the activities. It was fun learning for the students. On 28th Feb, students of all grades participated to celebrate National Science Day. It began with the talk of guest of Honor, Dr. Sunjay Chaudhary on " Importance of robotics and its applications" it was followed by skit of a depressed student and Kamala Sohonie, first lady student of Sir C V Raman. They invited by Dr. Janki Ammal, Marie Curie and Sunita Williams, the successful ladies in various branches of science. The program included mime to showcase difficulty of woman in science by grade 8, dance on nutrition by grade 5, woman scientist parade by grade 6, yoga on first 10 elements by grade 7 and 9. The program was concluded by our Asst. Director, Bharat Mavadia with his inspiring and humorous vote of thanks. Our Director, Dr. Neeta Shah, appreciated the efforts of the students and the teachers.