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Chinmaya Vidyalaya: 47th Annual ‘Gyan Mela’ celebrates the harmony of tradition and modernity

Bokaro: The 47th Annual Knowledge Science Fair, held at Chinmaya Vidyalaya in Bokaro, concluded with remarkable enthusiasm, blending tradition and modernity seamlessly. Over 450 students showcased their creative prowess and scientific acumen through 20 stalls, all centered around the theme “Harmony with Nature for Well Being.” 

The young minds explored topics such as nature conservation, sustainable technology, traditional practices, and the economic benefits of coexisting with nature. Their exhibits, featuring technology and models, effectively conveyed the message that our lives, civilisation, and planet thrive in harmony with nature, emphasizing the importance of technological innovation and adherence to scientific traditions.

The fair commenced at 10 AM, graced by the presence of Chief Guest Amitabh Srivastava, Executive Director of Bokaro Steel Plant, who was welcomed with traditional rituals. The school’s principal, Suraj Sharma, honored him with a bouquet. Distinguished guests included Mahesh Tripathi (Secretary), R.N. Mallick (Treasurer), who lit the ceremonial lamp while chanting mantras.

Principal Suraj Sharma expressed Chinmaya Vidyalaya’s commitment to instilling values of knowledge, scientific thinking, and tradition in its students.

Chief Guest Srivastava, a technocrat manager with a strong scientific background, emphasised the need to preserve and embrace our traditional values while embracing modernity. He praised the fair’s theme, highlighting the urgency of returning to a harmonious relationship with nature to ensure our collective well-being. The guests explored each stall, engaging with students and discussing the scientific perspectives presented.

One notable addition this year was a Literature and Nature stall, offering insights into how renowned writers perceive nature’s beauty.

The 20 stalls encompassed diverse themes, including health, nutrition, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, ecosystem preservation, and Vedic mathematics. Students from Nursery to 11th grade crafted captivating models, impressing all in attendance.

The event’s main coordinators, Narmendra Kumar, Gopal Chandramunshi, Sonali Gupta, Shaiwal Gupta, Sanjeev Kumar Mishra, Vikas Paridhariya, Dipti Pareek, Kalyani Singh, Priya Rajeev, Subrata Gupta, Dev Jyoti Baral, and Keshav Tiwari, played a pivotal role in its success.

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