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MES Indian School organised Smart Expo 2017 - a Science and Mathematics Exhibition - on November 30.
A total of 500 exhibits, comprising innovative working models and enquiry based projects in various fields of study were put up for the view of the public.
Specifically enough, the department of mathematics showcased numerous collection of mathematical models aimed at kindling the mathematical aptitude of students.
The exhibition was conducted in 3 categories with students of Classes V - VII forming category 1 and students of Classes VIII & IX and Classes X and XI formed category 2 and 3 respectively.
Also, two projects from each class were declared as the ‘Most Commented Exhibits', which added attraction to the exhibition.
As a part of extending support and solidarity to the peace initiatives of Qatar, an exclusive Qatar Corner devoted to the wide and rich cultural heritage of the country, showcasing an array of models and representations was set up to enlighten the visitors.
The ‘majlis', a symbol of hospitality, Qatari monuments, miniature of traditional Qatari villages, ornaments and attire of yore and ancient Qatari utensils and weapons largely drew the attention of the visitors.