Ritanjali Hastir, Keekli Reporter, 11th July, 2015, Shimla
It is often said that, “An exhibition is the result of your experiments, but the process is never-ending. So an exhibition is not a conclusion” therefore the best is still yet to come out of and for the students.
Students of Senior Chapslee School, Bharari exhibited great talent via a combined exhibition consisting of Art and Craft; Science; Commerce and Social Sciences during their annual school exhibition. While informing about the exhibition one of the teachers informed, “It is our annual exhibition and we choose this day that is second Saturday so that maximum parents can come and see the show. And on this day we also hold the Parent-Teachers meeting so that it is convenient for the parents too”.
Principal of the Junior School, Shikha Dogra was present on the occasion as the Chief Guest who inaugurated the exhibition by lighting the lamp. She was very pleased with the students’ performance and appreciated the role of teachers in helping mould the future of students in a positive way.
During the exhibition the students from senior classes participated and made various projects and models of kidney; aqua culture; mathematic puzzles; fitness activities that guided the students in a positive direction; earthquake model, and a 3D model of the Indian Map was particularly outstanding. It not only included physical and political features but also showcased various hydro-projects and district-wise details of Himachal.
On the other hand the Commerce students showcased vocational options for children of the same stream focusing on HRM and other associated options that can be chosen by the students for making their future bright.
Whereas in the art and craft section students showcased their talent by using raw material and shaping new items. Other than that they also displayed their talent in embroidery form, that is, in the way of shadow work, cross stitch and aprons. Drawings on various themes also gave an impression of student’s views towards the environment and the need to protect it.
While commenting on the exhibition one of the parents said, “It is really amazing to see the talent of all these students. I am quite impressed with the work exhibited here. I wish them all the best to reach higher miles and achieve their goals in life.”