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For development of students, Mayor urges for innovative education strategies


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 10th January 2024 : Agartala Municipal Corporation Mayor Dipak Majumder today emphasized the need to encourage students to think creatively and innovatively, moving beyond traditional approaches.

“The present age is the digital age; therefore, students should be motivated to think creatively and innovatively beyond traditional methods. Students should contemplate how to make science more accessible in everyday life. Only then will the children’s scientific exhibition be truly worthwhile,” stated Mayor Majumder.

Mayor Dipak Majumder made these remarks while inaugurating the two-day district-level children’s science exhibition and a one-day science-based discussion cycle at Umakanta Academy auditorium today.

During the inauguration, Mayor Majumder highlighted that students are the future of the country and will eventually lead the state. He emphasized that every student possesses latent talent, and with consistent practice, it can be nurtured. The Mayor urged students to consider how science can progress in alignment with the current era.

He acknowledged the achievements of the state’s students in the national-level science exhibition last year and congratulated the participants. AMC Corporator Janhabi Das Chowdhury and Secondary Education Department Deputy Director Mithun Das Chowdhury also addressed the audience.

In his welcome address, West District Education Officer Rupan Roy mentioned that the exhibition was organized under the supervision of NCERT. The inter-school exhibition had already concluded, and the Children’s Scientific Exhibition served as a platform for science-minded students to present their innovative ideas. Assistant Collector (Provisional) Mrs. Charu of West District, along with teachers, students, and parents from various schools, attended the event.

The Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan organized this exhibition, with this year’s theme for the Bal Vigyan Exhibition being ‘Science and Technology for Society.’ The discussion cycle focused on ‘Millets for Health and Sustainable Plants.’ Students from 53 schools in West District participated, presenting a total of 53 science models. The exhibition will remain open from 11 am to 3.30 pm..

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