Category : Education
Author : Aura Staff

The Scholar School organised a School Exhibition on Saturday, February 3, 2024. The school campus witnessed great fun and frolic as the students and teachers put up subject-specific stalls displaying projects and models created by students. It was a platform provided to the students to tap their hidden talent and innovatively give shape to theoretical learning. The occasion was graced by a ribbon-cutting ceremony by the honourable chief guest, Mr Malik Motasim Khan- Vice President Jamaat-e-Islami Hind. Mr Naufal PK- CEO HWF, Mr Shams Tabrez Usmani – Education Director HWF, Principal- Mahpara Jan, Vice Principal- Hira Irfan, School Administrator- Dr Qazi Muhammad Miyan and other dignitaries were also present to grace the event. Esteemed members of the management and other Scholar Schools’ dignitaries visited each stall and lauded the praiseworthy efforts of the students. The School Exhibition was judged by Dr Mehruddin, a former school inspector of REEDG; Dr Ali Haider, Assistant Professor of JMI; and Mr Murshid Ali, Vice President of AIITA. The intriguing science experiments, scholarly discussions of the social and political issues, practical application of math concepts, history of Islamic civilisation, creative artefacts of Arts faculty, and the alluring world of languages were all interestingly explained, which generally seemed complicated but were dealt with in the most non-complex manner.

There were more than 200 models in the senior section alone. The most applauded models were vending machine, satellite communication, water cycle, Cuneiform scripts, mathematics park, magic of pi, Decoupage plate, plight of Palestine, caged bird, earthquake alarm, haemodialysis, heart attack model, Hindustan Mein Urdu Ki Aamad and many more.

Moving ahead, the spectators were charmed by the delightful ways of the tiny tots of the Pre-primary wing, who explained their theme-based models. The Games zone and Selfie corners entertained the crowd. The day’s main attraction was the working Robots on display by the computer department. The exhibition received huge appreciation from all. The zeal and enthusiasm shown by the students left the visitors amazed.


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