Ojas 2015 in DPS, Bokaro marking Dr. Kalam's birth anniversary



   
DPS, Bokaro paid tribute to Bharat Ratna Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, on his 84th Birth anniversary by organising Ojas 2015 to observe World Students' Day on Thursday. Various programmes were conducted on the day like IT Challenge, Inter House Science Projects and Child Rights Projects Competition.

The programme began with the unveiling of Dr. Kalam's bust by Dr. Hemlata S. Mohan, Director and Principal, DPS, Bokaro along with the students of various schools and parents. She said, "Ojas 2015 has been organised by the students to mark Dr. Kalam's birthday in a special way which has been declared as World Students' Day." She described former Indian President A.P.J Abdul Kalam as an inspiration to every Indian and said that he is a role model for people especially youth, around the world. She also remarked that the former president is fondly remembered for his encouragement of students and for his vision to build a self-reliant India.

IT Challenge was organised by the members of Wizcom Club & APJ Kalam club of DPS, Bokaro where 24 teams from various schools of Bokaro Participated. The competition was held in three interesting rounds which included programming and password cracking. The first round was 'Rip the Doc' followed by 'Hand Hounds' and 'Hammer the Board' Round. The team of DPS, Bokaro comprising of Taiyab Aashir and Aniket Kumar won the event securing first place. The team from Chinmaya Vidyalaya secured second position while DAV Sector IV got the third position. This is the first time that such an event is being organised in the state of Jharkhand.

Earlier on Wednesday to sensitize, inculcate innovativeness and bring awareness among the students of DPS, Bokaro an Inter House Science Projects and Child Rights Projects Competition was organised with the theme of Swachh Sanatan at Asvaghosa Kala Bhawan . Science Exhibition cum competition with the theme Swachh Sanatan had sub- themes 'Understanding Weather and Climate', 'Energy' and 'Sustainable Development' for the Senior Group while for the Junior Group the sub theme was 'Health', 'Agriculture' and 'Mathematics and everyday life'. The competition comprised of two projects each from Junior and senior category on the sub-theme 'Child Rights' and 'Swachh Sanatan' respectively. The projects were also displayed to the parents.

In the senior group for Science Exhibition cum competition Sutlej House bagged the first position for their project on 'Effects of Electric and Magnetic Field on the Growth of Plants'. Jhelum House stood second for their project 'Turbine Wind Solution' while Chenab House secured the third spot for their project 'You Control Climate Change'. In the Junior category Chenab House stood first for their project 'Exploring Age Tech'. Jamuna House came second for 'Clean City Green City' while third spot was bagged by Sutlej House for their project titled 'Agriculture'. In the Child Rights Projects Competition for senior category Raavi House bagged the first position, Chenab House stood second while Jamuna House came third. In the junior category the first position was bagged by Chenab House, Ganga House came second while Sutlej House came third.

The judges for the Inter House Science Projects were Uday Kumar and Dr. Neena Bharti and Manisha Sharma while the Child Rights Projects were judged by Rashmi Sinha, Mahima Singh, Shalini Thakur and Renu Pandey.

UDAAN an IT Talent Search Programme was also conducted on the day under 'Digital India Campaign Week' by the Government of Jharkhand at DPS, Bokaro. The qualifiers in the preliminary round will find a place in the district round.

   


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