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NH Goel World School, under the aegis of ISRO, Ahmedabad, is hosting a three day Vikram Sarabhai Space Exhibition between the 2nd and the 3rd of February. The eminent luminaries decorating the exhibition include Mr NJ Bhatt along with his team members Ms Rachna Patnaik, Mr Paresh Sarvaiya, Dr SP Vyas, Mr Jagdev Thakor, Mr Bhavesh Solanki, Niraj Kuhar, Jitendra Bhai  Jadav. The dignitaries were accorded a floral welcome by the management of the school.

The inaugural ceremony began with lightening of the lamp and Durga Vandana which was then followed by a welcome song by the school choir. The students sang peans in praise of science which helps in maintaining world peace and order.  The Vice Principal of the school, Dr Awinash Pandey in his welcome address expressed his gratitude to the ISRO and the scientists to have consented to organize the science fair in the school premises.  Mr. NJ Bhatt, senior scientist, VSSE SAC, Ahmedabad also addressed the august gathering.  He appreciated the efforts of the students, staff and management for organizing the exhibition. The Guest of Honour, Mr Rajesh Singh Rana, IAS (Director SCERT), in his speech urged the students to benefit from such exhibitions and develop love for the subject so that our nation is never bereft of scientists. The Director, IISRO, Nilesh M Desai in his online address briefed the audience about ISRO. He told the audience that the organization which was established in the year 1972 has been tirelessly working towards making India a super power. It has many satellites and rocket launch to its cedit.

 The Chief Guest for the occasion, Dr Prem Sai Singh Tekam¸ Education Minister of the State and other dignitaries launched an e-book published by ISRO. Dr Tekam requested the scientists to start a center in Chhattishgarh also so that the students can get guidance in this field.

After the ceremonial formalities the exhibition was declared open. An estimated number of fifteen to twenty thousand students including their mentors and parents will be participating in the exhibition across these three days. The school has also fixed a slot and made arrangements for the children with special needs. The major attractions of the fair are different kinds of science activities, conversation with the scientists and mobile exhibition. The students will be  explaining the process of rocket launch which works on the Newton’s Third law of Motion.

It is to be noted that ISRO has been organizing such exhibitions pan India to foster and nurture scientific temperament in students.