IKGPTU Sri Amritsar Sahib Campus successfully organized Event Children Science Congress_ 250 students from 40 schools took part in various competitions

To connect children to the young generation with science is the major responsibility of technical universities: VC Dr. Susheel Mittal
– I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Sri Amritsar Sahib Campus successfully organized “Children Science Congress”, 250 students from 40 schools took part in various competitions.

Sri Amritsar Sahib/Jalandhar/Kapurthala Science has immense possibilities to provide an easy and effective life to the society, the country and the world as well as to remain on the path of development. There is a lot of curiosity towards science among the children. They also have the passion to join science. All that is needed is to guide their passion in the right direction. Therefore, it is the first and biggest responsibility of the technical universities, institutions to connect the children to the young generation with science. This recorded message was given by Dr. Susheel Mittal, Vice Chancellor, I.K.Gujral Punjab Technical University (IKG PTU), Jalandhar-Kapurthala during the “Children Science Congress” event organized at IKG PTU Sri Amritsar Sahib Campus. He considered this technical university event organized for school students in Sri Amritsar Sahib as the catalyst for a better tomorrow for the technical education of the state.

I.K.Gujral Punjab Technical University (IKG PTU) Amritsar Campus, located inside the Government Polytechnic College, Chheharta, successfully organized the Children’s Science Congress on 02nd November. The event aimed to foster and celebrate scientific curiosity and innovation among students’ senior secondary classes, underscoring the campus’s unwavering dedication to nurturing young scientific talent and cultivating a love for science among the youth. The event featured a diverse range of engaging activities, including Project Exhibition and Model Displays, a Science Quiz, and a Poster Making Competition. Impressively, over 250 students from 40 different schools in the Amritsar District actively participated in various events at the Children Science Congress.

The enthusiastic participation of the students was evident throughout the event, with many students showcasing their scientific projects and models, participating in a challenging science quiz, and demonstrating their creative skills in the poster making competition. The winners of these events received exciting prizes as a token of recognition for their outstanding contributions to the scientific endeavors of the Congress.

Prof. (Dr.) Susheel Mittal, the Vice Chancellor of I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, extended his heartfelt congratulations to the I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Amritsar Campus for its outstanding efforts in organizing the Children Science Congress. Dr. Mittal underscored that these events play a pivotal role in fostering a culture of scientific curiosity, innovation, and learning among young students. He recognized the immense value of providing a platform for students to explore the wonders of science and express their creative and intellectual capabilities.

The Director of I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Amritsar Campus, Prof. (Dr.) Ashish Arora, emphasized the immense importance of the Children Science Congress. He highlighted that this platform offers a unique opportunity for young minds to express themselves, explore the wonders of science, and ignite their passion for discovery. The university firmly believes that nurturing scientific talent from an early age is vital for the advancement of our society and the world at large, and this event represents a crucial step towards a brighter and more innovative future.

Dr. Vikramjeet Singh and Dr. Vipul Sharma, the coordinators of the event, concluded the Congress by extending their heartfelt thanks to all the participants and their dedicated faculty coordinators for their active involvement and unwavering support. Officials of the Amritsar Campus Sr Faculty Dr Amit Sarin, Deputy Registrar Saurabh Sharma played mentorious role in the success of the event.

The Children Science Congress organized by I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Amritsar Campus was a great success, with students from various schools showcasing their scientific talents and passion for discovery. This event serves as a testament to the university’s commitment to nurturing the future innovators and scientists of our society, paving the way for a brighter and more scientifically enriched world.