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Science literature marks Nagaland Science and Technology Festival | MorungExpress

Presentation of the model at the ongoing Science and Technology Festival in Kohima on February 26.

Our correspondent
Kohima | February 26

The fifth day of the Vigyan Sarvatra Pujyate- (Science and Technology Festival) here at the Science and Technology Complex was marked by a series of scientific literature activities.

The event witnessed various competitions such as posters, slides, videos, paintings, poems, poetry recitations and model presentations.

13 schools showed their talents through various exhibitions and presentations.

The presentation of the science and mathematics model was presented by seven schools under the theme “Science and technology in Nagaland”.

A model on “Trigonometry Scale” by Model Higher Secondary School, “Waste is richness” by Christ King Higher Secondary School, “DNA Model” by Mt. Sinai Higher Secondary School, “Smart Cultivation” by Fernwood Higher Secondary School, “Gravity Generator by Minister’s Hill Senior Secondary School, “Hydraulic Crane” by Bethel Senior Secondary School and “Drip Irrigation” by Little Flower Senior Secondary School, Kohima.

The participants demonstrated how various technologies can contribute to the development of the agricultural sector, such as drip irrigation, smart cultivation using clean energy for sustainable development.

Other models demonstrated the use of science in our daily activities and how it can also help with waste management in our environment.

Meanwhile, the event on the sixth day (February 27) will be held under the theme “Looking Ahead – Science and Technology Roadmap for the Next 25 Years” with Dr. Somnath Goshal, Professor, IIT Kharagpur as as resource person.

He will deliver a speech via the online mode.

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