Inauguration of Sports Complex
The new Sports Complex at Nitte International School (Yelahanka) was inaugurated by Prof Shri. N. R. Shetty, Chancellor, Central University of Karnataka – Gulbarga. The Sports Complex is named after Smt. Nitte Susheela Alva who was a sports person and the wife of the cricket legend, Sri. Chandrahasa Alva.
The importance of sports was highlighted by Prof N.R. Shetty in his speech by quoting that sports activities are integral to the education system as they encourage team spirit and perseverance. Built with world-class standards the sports complex has multiple facilities including a Swimming pool, football ground, Basketball court, Volleyball court, Cricket ground and a Yoga Centre.
Guest lecture on Conservation of Natural Resources
Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can. We are born to help the world, not to destroy it, then why we are destroying the environment??? There was a seminar conducted on ‘Conservation of Natural Resources’ by Mr. Venkatesh in the 2nd week of June. They primarily focused on maintaining the health of the natural world, its habits and biological diversity and secondary focus on material conservation.
Science Exhibition – 4th March 2017
The Exhibition was inaugurated by Dr. N.R. SHETTY The Chairman of NITTE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL.
Science Exhibition :
The event saw young enthusiastic students who showcased their talent and creativity by making various working models which comprised a model of “JCB”- Based on hydraulic pressure, preparation of LPG using water and petrol, a model of Seismography to measure the magnitude of the earthquake. The exhibits that captured the attention of everyone was the amazing tricks done with “DRY ICE”, one of the tricks was “THE SIMULATION MODEL OF TORNADO “and “HOLOGRAM “which showed the various figures by reflection of light.
A miniature model of LDR based city and miniature THERMAL POWER PLANT using steam energy to generate electricity was also created by the students. Another highlight was “THE GRASSCUTTER” which was made with DC Motor and 7 o’clock blade.
The working models which stole the show were “INFINITY WELL “, “AUTOPILOT”, ‘ROBOT WALKER”, “CENTRIFUGE MACHINE”, “ENERGY METER”, ” CO2 FIRE EXTINGUISHER, “MARS ORBITAL MACHINE”,’SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT”,”GREENHOUSE EFFECT”, “SUBMARINE ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER”, “ELECTRIC PEN”. Rain Water Harvesting, Generator, ATM Machine, Chocolate Machine, Electric Train, Electroplating, Water Heater, Borewell Rescue System, Unseen Piston, Vaccum Cleaner, Praxinoscope, Solar Panel Car, Water Pump, Manometer etc.
Mathematics Exhibition :
The main focus of the Exhibition was the practical application of Mathematics. Visitors also got the opportunity to view the FIBONACCI GAUGE-based on golden ratio,ELLIPSE properties in mathematics related to medical field,moving quadrilateral,CLINOMETER- to measure the height of buildings with the help of Trigonometric ratios, different geometric patterns, properties of the circle and its area, angle some property of triangle and T-Ratios.
Social science exhibition:
In the field of social science, the children showcased the various initiatives taken by our Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi related to Emerging India viz Swatch Bharat, Make in India, Skill development, Demonetisation, Cashless economy, Mangal Mars mission.
In the English language section, the children created an insight into “THE WORLD OF LITERATURE”. They displayed the writings of famous poets and writers for eg. William Shakespeare, William Wordsworth by creating various models. The notable presentation was “A CASTLE ” representing Victorian Age which displayed stories of “Grimme Brothers” and various other fictional characters. The poets “Robert Frost”, “Christina Rossetti”, “John Keats”, “P>B>Shelley were depicted in the form of waterfalls. The seven stages of Human Life were also displayed in the form of a Japanese fan. The working models which stole the show were “INFINITY WELL “, “AUTOPILOT”, ‘ROBOT WALKER”, “CENTRIFUGE MACHINE”, “ENERGY METER”, ” CO2 FIRE EXTINGUISHER, “MARS ORBITAL MACHINE”,’SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT”,”GREENHOUSE EFFECT”, “SUBMARINE ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER”, “ELECTRIC PEN”. Rain Water Harvesting, Generator, ATM Machine, Chocolate Machine, Electric Train, Electroplating, Water Heater, Borewell Rescue System, Unseen Piston, Vaccum Cleaner, Praxinoscope, Solar Panel Car, Water Pump, Manometer etc.
In the Kannada Section, the simplicity and beauty of Karnataka were displayed through various models e.g.Vidhan Soudha, Gol Gumbaj, High Court, International Airport, Bird Sanctuary, Hampi, Techno Park, Bandipur, Shravana Belagola, Golden Temple. The rich heritage of Karnataka was depicted through fabulous models of Murudeshwar Temple, Chamundi Hills, Dussehra etc.
The visit to this section filled everyone with a sense of pride for being part of a culture so rich and vibrant. Overall the exhibition was a grand success. All the working models in each section and activities were highly appreciated by the visitors as amply received in remarks left behind.