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Thousands Throng School’s Arts and Science Exhibition

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BELLARY, JAN 19: Aimed at “developing interest in arts and science”, the exhibition put up by Bellary’s best known school, St. Philomena’s attracted thousands of students and the public.

The exhibition was open from Jan. 16 to 19, the exhibition helped students to explore and exhibit their talents”, said the school principal, Sr. Shantha.

Modern exhibits on telecommunications, mobile telephony, Internet etc. were some of the special attractions.

The models of different processing units, working of wind mills, stell production, solar system and human anatomy were some of the best attractions.

In the arts sections, the exhibits included various civilizations such as Indus Valley, Egyptian, Sumerian and Harappan civilizations.

A variety of games and food stalls were an added attraction.

President of Bellary Zilla Parishad, Mr. Rudregowda inaugurated the exhibition on Jan. 16.

“Over 12,000 school children from over 20 schools and a large number of public from the city saw the exhibition and had a word of appreciation”, added the Good Shepherd Sister Shantha.


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