Education Events 2019
SRIJAN 2019… A Science Exhibition and Cultural Program (10 th March 2019)
Srijan was a science and cultural festival organised on the outskirts of village Nari in Chirgaon block of Bundelkhand region.It was an innovative festival which combined a stellar line-up of musicians and artists with a ground-breaking program of live science experiments, expert talks, and art works.Srijan encompassed events with the central theme of “SAVE WATER” with working science models, displays and cultural events like Painting competition, Mehandi Competition, Dance competition, Musical chairs, Drama and Speech competition. The main objective of this event was to develop scientific temper in the students and to encourage their talents to disburse myths and misconceptions existing in society. Emphasize was given on the development of innovative technology for rural areas.This event was also aimed at developing self-confidence and self-esteem of tribal children. Various captivating working models were prepared on water conservation, bio-gas plant, solar energy conversion, and windmill. Many fascinating art and craft models were prepared on human digestive systems, planetary system, the human eye, and the human ear. In this program, about 1100 students from Jhansi, Lalitpur, Datia, Tikamgarh and Niwadi district participated and displayed their craft. It got a humongous response from the local public and media. The winners of individual events were honoured with prizes and
participants were given accolade for their efforts and zeal.
KALAKRITI …. A summer camp of year 2019
The Summer Camp 2019 was named “KALAKRITI” meaning ‘works of art’. It was aimed at addressing over 700 folks that included students and community members of our PARAS India community centers in Delhi,Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. It was an extremely good platform in reaching intent on those that extremely matter in shaping up a more robust Nation, a more robust tomorrow.
PARAS believed in creating and nurturing the hidden talent inside an individual. The primary purpose of
this summer camps was to provide educational, athletic, artistic and cultural development. A summer
camp environment may allow children to learn new skills in a safe and nurturing environment. Summer
camp experience will have a lasting psychological impact on the development of a child.
The summer camp longed for a month starting in mid May to mid June 2019. The month long summer
camp was based on the theme-“Reuse”. This theme was inducted to promote use of materials which were no longer. The students were briefed about the theme and a demo model was briefed by the centre coordinator. Then, a question answer session was taken where students could ask their questions and their queries were solved on time.
Various models were made from scrap newspaper, used water bottles, used paper glasses, rugs, used
pens, etc. A display of all these articles from centre of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh was
organised on 19th June 2019. The community people visited the Display and took interest in knowing the articles and theme behind it. This provided for a good platform for students where they could come out and hone their skills. It ended with a Nukkad Natak based on “Girl Child education” and spreading
awareness about PARAS in the community.