Annual STREAM EXHIBITION of the school typically features a vast array of exhibits. The event commenced with the arrival and welcome of the chief guest, Pro Vice Chancellor of RIMT University, Dr. V.K. Aggarwal, Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr. B.S. Bhatia, Chairperson of OPBMS Ms.Saloni Bansal, Head DRI RP Singh, and other distinguished guests.
The Stream Exhibition of classes III to V served as a vibrant tapestry, weaving together crucial threads of knowledge on health and hygiene, modern and traditional agriculture, and the intricate dance between the environment and pollution.
In the Health and Hygiene section, visitors embarked on a journey through wellness, learning about the importance of cleanliness, proper nutrition, and habits that foster a healthy lifestyle. From handwashing techniques to balanced diets, this segment educated on simple practices that contribute to individual and community well-being.
The Modern and Traditional Agriculture showcased the evolution of farming practices, cutting-edge technologies and sustainable farming methods that connect us to the roots of agriculture. Visitors explored the synergy between innovation and heritage, understanding how both contribute to feeding a growing global population.
The Environment and Pollution shed light on the delicate balance between human activities and the planet, consequences of pollution on air, water, and land, emphasizing the urgent need for sustainable practices, encouraging the visitors to be stewards of the Earth.
As visitors meander through the Stream Exhibition, they emerged not only informed but inspired to embrace healthier lifestyles, appreciate the rich tapestry of agriculture, and actively engage in preserving the environment for a sustainable future.
Classes VI-XII with a theme on Toys and Technology exhibited the message that “Toys not only entertain they also build minds, instill goals and technology makes what once was impossible possible.”
It was an integration of various subjects ie Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Computer and Atal Tinkering Lab and a celebration of creativity, imagination and the thirst for knowledge.
Creativity and toys in the form of board games like Goose, Senet, Chausar and terracotta toys from history were well presented along with the evolution of Medieval weapons and Wheel, rubber band toy cars, hands-on paper-making toys, and a lot more.
Interesting games to assess calculative skills like – Spin the Wheel, Rubik’s Cube, and Rotating Calculator, were appreciated by the players.
The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Some of these projects were powered by motor fans, Chat Bots, Bluetooth-like speedboats and Indian hydraulic rocket.
These projects were a testament to the collective skills and innovation in the field of robotics and the innovative game project exemplified the potential of merging electronics, programming, and gaming to provide users with an immersive and rewarding experience.
A little progress each day adds up to big results. And success is the sum of small efforts. That is why, from living in caves to living in modern villas, from wearing leaves as clothes to wearing luxurious brands and from hunting and gathering to eat fancy meals every day. We have to evolve from mere apes to fully grown human beings. All thanks to technology.
To explore cutting-edge technology such as blood and fall detection wearables, gas leakage detectors, and emergency power systems, ensuring safety and resilience in our communities, our innovators dived into the world of waste management with smart bins and educational games, promoting eco-friendly habits and resource conservation. Engaging in interactive exhibits on climate change and technology, learning about automated irrigation systems and renewable energy solutions, Toys and technology converged to address pressing environmental and societal challenges. From smart home guardians to assistive devices for the visually impaired, our buddy innovators showcased solutions for a sustainable future. Captivating chemistry demonstrations and hands-on airplane model workshops raised curiosity and innovation in the STREAM exhibition.
This exhibition enables students to develop critical skills such as problem-solving, research, analysis, and communication. It also promotes teamwork and collaboration, as students often work in groups to design and execute their projects.