DOOMDOOMA , Oct 12 - The Rashtriya Madhyamik Siksha Abhiyan (RMSA), Tinsukia district in association with Tinsukia District National Children Science Congress organised a science model exhibition and a book fair at Tinsukia College recently. Forty-four models from students and 12 models from teachers of different schools of Tinsukia district were displayed in the science model exhibition. On October 7, the director of Assam State Science and Technology Council , Dr Arup Kumar Mishra and the Inspector of Schools Abdul Jelil attended the programme and encouraged the students.
On October 8, an interaction programme was held in which the students from different schools of the district interacted with Dr Pranjit Chetia, a scientist of Jorhat Science Centre.
During the programme, 11,500 students from 90 different government and provincialised high and higher secondary schools of Tinsukia district participated in the Gyan Yatra. Under this programme, students were taken to different places of Tinsukia, Digboi, Margherita and Sadiya to acquire knowledge. The students also had an interaction with the Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia district and other government officers.
On the occasion, drawing and essay writing competitions were also held among the students. On October 8 evening, a colourful valedictory programme was held in which the prizes of various competitions were distributed among the winners. The students of Phillobari High School bagged the first prize in all the competitions, and hence, the school was adjudged as the best school.