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Kerala School Science Fair to kick off on Thursday – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

KOCHI: Schools in Kochi are preparing for the State School Science Festival. More than 5,000 students from across the state are expected to attend the competition at six venues. The fair will start at 9am on Thursday at Ernakulam SRV school. Education Minister V Sivankutty will inaugurate the fair at 10:30 am on Thursday at Ernakulam Town Hall.

The competitions cover 154 items divided into five categories such as science, social science, professional experience, computer science and mathematics. Ernakulam Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Thevara Sacred Heart HSS, SRV HSS, Darul Uloom HSS, St Anthony’s HSS and St Albert’s Higher Secondary School are the six sites.

St Albert Higher Secondary School is the venue for the science fair. The Concert Hall will be the venue for the Maths and Science Fair at St Anthony’s HSS and Darul Uloom HSS will host the Social Science Fair. The IT Fair will be held at the Government Girls Senior Secondary School, while the Work Experience Fair will be held at Sacred Heart HSS, Thevara. Ernakulam SRV will be the venue for HSS Professional Exhibition, Career Seminar and Job Fair.

Accommodation for girls has been arranged at Perumanur St Thomas School, Ernakulam St Teresa School, Ernakulam St Mary’s Higher Secondary School, St Mary’s School and Edappally Pius High School. Girls’ hostels have been set up at Perumanur CCPLM, Trikanarvattam SN School, Chathiath St Joseph High School, Chathiath LMCC School, Elamakara Government School, Edappally Government School and Kaloor St Augustine School.

About 200 employees of the education department manage the fair for which 17 committees have been formed. Apart from this, the students were also roped in to serve at the sites. The state government organized a facility to provide food for the students participating in the contest. A kitchen has been set up for this purpose at Government Girls High School. Also this time, the team led by Mohanan Namboothiri is in charge of preparing the food for the science festival.

Parking lots owned by GCDA and Kochi Corporation will be used to park vehicles arriving with competitors. The fair will take place in full compliance with green regulations. 200 workers from Kudumbashree will be delegated to clean up the garbage after the fair. The science fair will end on Saturday.

KOCHI: Schools in Kochi are preparing for the State School Science Festival. More than 5,000 students from across the state are expected to attend the competition at six venues. The fair will start at 9am on Thursday at Ernakulam SRV school. Education Minister V Sivankutty will inaugurate the fair at 10:30 am on Thursday at Ernakulam Town Hall. The competitions cover 154 items divided into five categories such as science, social science, professional experience, computer science and mathematics. Ernakulam Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Thevara Sacred Heart HSS, SRV HSS, Darul Uloom HSS, St Anthony’s HSS and St Albert’s Higher Secondary School are the six sites. St Albert Higher Secondary School is the venue for the science fair. The Concert Hall will be the venue for the Maths and Science Fair at St Anthony’s HSS and Darul Uloom HSS will host the Social Science Fair. The IT Fair will be held at the Government Girls Senior Secondary School, while the Work Experience Fair will be held at Sacred Heart HSS, Thevara. Ernakulam SRV will be the venue for HSS Professional Exhibition, Career Seminar and Job Fair. Accommodation for girls has been arranged at Perumanur St Thomas School, Ernakulam St Teresa School, Ernakulam St Mary’s Higher Secondary School, St Mary’s School and Edappally Pius High School. Girls’ hostels have been set up at Perumanur CCPLM, Trikanarvattam SN School, Chathiath St Joseph High School, Chathiath LMCC School, Elamakara Government School, Edappally Government School and Kaloor St Augustine School. About 200 employees of the education department manage the fair for which 17 committees have been formed. Apart from this, the students were also roped in to serve at the sites. The state government organized a facility to provide food for the students participating in the contest. A kitchen has been set up for this purpose at Government Girls High School. Also this time, the team led by Mohanan Namboothiri is in charge of preparing the food for the science festival. Parking lots owned by GCDA and Kochi Corporation will be used to park vehicles arriving with competitors. The fair will take place in full compliance with green regulations. 200 workers from Kudumbashree will be delegated to clean up the garbage after the fair. The science fair will end on Saturday.

John Smith

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