16 November 2017
Classes VIII-XII students of St Soldier School Mohali put up an exhibition on the ‘7 Decades of Indian Independence’ in a bid to create awareness on India’s achievements in all the fields since independence and also on how during the past 70 years India has gone through several changes from political arena to social life and earned global recognition. Mrs. Ravinder Kaur (DEO Mohali) inaugurated the exhibition .
‘Rural and Urban Development’ depicted the myriad hues of various sectors of the country starting from the evolution of Indian States, Models of a Flyover, a Skyscraper, Metro & Malls amused the visitors. ‘Atithi Deva Bhavo’ covered exponential growth in india’s tourism industry where a special round of applause was given to the puppetry show , ‘Super Sports Scenario’ apart from giving information about Sports Stars like Milkha S, Abhinav B, Sania Mirza , P.V Sindhu , Saina Nehwal , Sakshi Malik highlighted the school’s alumni who climbed the Mr.Everest recently.
‘Enlightening Education’ displayed the growth in the field of education over the years. ‘Banking & Industries’ accentuated the developments like the Launch of RBI ,LIC ,GreenRevolution, Demonitisation, GST etc, ‘Terrific Transport’ emblazoned the growth in the different means of transport,
‘Dynamic Defence’ displayed models of the latest war equipment like missiles , INS Vikramaditya , Apache etc. Its main attraction was the future soldier created by the students that entailed future ground warfare and survival ability in diverse terrains. ‘Charismatic Cinema’ students not only put up the exhibits but also showcased their acting skills by impersonating their favourite bollywood stars. The students exhibiting ‘Exploring Space’ highlighted the importance of Science and Technology that will make the great space discoveries of the future possible and astronauts’ journeys to destinations farther into our solar system than ever before, including Mars. The biggest highlight of the exhibition was a replica of Amitabh’s KBC which was featured as ‘Kaun Banega Saupati’ wherein students and parents participated and answered questions related to 70 years of Independent India.
The traditional food stalls of different zones of India tickled the taste buds of every connoisseur. Overall it was a great learning experience. Chairman of the school S. Karnail Singh Brar appreciated the efforts of the students who took immense pride in exhibiting all what India has achieved over the years.