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12:00 AM, September 18, 2015 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, September 18, 2015


A Day of Science

When was the last time anyone went to a science fair? Hardly anyone can remember. But, most people certainly have a knack for science. As children, we all had dreams- dreams to reach the sky, desire to go to the moon. Nevertheless, anyone will jump off to go to a school science fair. It does give a whisk of joy in our heads that pulls us towards these little geniuses. It was the debut Annual Science Fair of JAAGO Foundation, Rayerbazar School supported by Krisenergy.

The government had already created an unstable situation by then amongst the students of private university who were protesting for the rightful cause. No one has never seen a traffic like that before, roads were clogged like kitchen sinks, somehow people still managed to slip through and reach Rayerbazar. Maybe they just wanted to have the gist of that old reminiscing of their magical school years. Leaving everyone speechless, in a way it not only created the illusion of those golden old days but also took the visitors on a ride of a wonderful flashback. The fair looked magnanimous.

The decoration, tri-fold poster boards, dioramas, hanging lab apparatus and fizzy volcanoes, everything was an acknowledgment of the true spirit of science. It was like those splashes of color that can make you smile, any day. As enthusiasts went from stall to stall, jaws kept dropping wide open at the students' amazing handmade experiments. Surely, back at our days we couldn't have made these possible. But these kids made it seem like it was too easy.

Thus, showing how accurate their knowledge about science. Indeed, the science fair increased everyone's zeal about scientific facts. As a matter of fact, we all should know more about the mysteries of nature. A science fair has a great educative value. Most of the visitors spent full four hours visiting the science fair and learning and enjoying a world of new things. It has definitely left a lasting impression on everyone's mind.

Photos Courtesy: JAAGO Foundation

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