Changanassery ∙ Nadu took in the amazing sights of the Samvit 2.0 exhibition. People flocked to SB College to see the exhibition. Students from more than thirty schools came to the exhibition only yesterday. Students from schools and colleges in Kottayam, Pathanamthitta and Alappuzha districts mostly come. Apart from these, there is also a large participation of the public.
∙ The exhibition puts forward the possibilities of practical knowledge. Most of the stalls are set up on the basis of the idea that knowledge is useful for the society and the nation only when it is practical and not limited to theory.
∙ The Computer Science stall is organized to showcase how ‘Artificial Intelligence’ can be used in agriculture and healthcare. Stalls in these subjects explore how chemistry and physics can be useful in everyday life.
∙Various competitions are arranged at the exhibition stalls. There are also quiz masters. Answer the questions they ask and win instant prizes. One of the stalls in the Malayalam category is called ‘Ariyam Sangham’. Here questions are asked to identify individuals using audio visual systems. Math section has its own puzzle corner. Sudoku, Rubik’s Cube and Prime Number Game are here.
A lively performance by the Maratha Life Infantry Band
A band performance by the Maratha Light Infantry, the pride of the Indian Army, was an unforgettable experience as part of the exhibition. Band performances were held from 10 am onwards. After lights out in the evening, the audience was enthralled by the Maratha Infantry’s full-set illuminated band performance, which combined music, precision of micro-movements and dazzling lampshades. DGP Tomin J. Thachankari took the ceremonial salute. Appointed Auxiliary Bishop Fr. Dr. Thomas Patiyat was present.
∙ The war demo held in conjunction with the Samvit exhibition was also a unique experience. The NCC cadets presented a demonstration of military operations along the border. Indian army bunkers are shown to be attacked and captured by terrorists and recaptured by Indian soldiers. The show battle with guns and bunkers gave the viewers exciting moments.
No entry today
As the hartal has been declared, there will be no entry to the Samvit exhibition today. Those who have booked tickets online for today will be contacted directly by the exhibition committee officials. Officials also informed that the commercial stalls will be open from 6 pm to 10 pm.