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Event Start Date : 20/01/2018 Event End Date 20/01/2018




“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”

                                                                                                                -Helen Keller

A team effort is necessary to pull off an amazing event. The students of D.A.V. International school, Kharghar presented an exhibition –Abhivyakti. This exhibition as rightly named “Abhivyakti”, provided a forum for self-expression, imagination and creativity. Students were required to think critically and differently, making decisions and using their hands to create something that ultimately turned out to be appealing and attractive to the eyes. It provided a platform to the young children to gain appreciation for their creativity.

The school Principal along with PTA members, inaugurated the exhibition. They were given a warm traditional welcome by the school students. The programme started with lamp lighting, followed by a cultural programme. Various stalls were put up by the students such as tattoo making, nail art, mehndi and games. Parents and children enthusiastically participated and got beautiful tattoos and mehndi designs done.

As one entered the reception area itself, one could feel the pulse and the magnitude of the event. The entire school was abuzz with activity. It was surprising to see the various pieces of hard work of such high standards. These exhibits were attractive and colourful for they had been prepared and designed well by the students. There were many sections to interest parents who had come to see the work of their children. Distinct venues were allocated for the different subjects for the displays.

The English and Hindi department had put up various projects on literature, grammar, art of story-telling, etc. Children had prepared various games on grammar, a beautiful cube on homographs was well presented by a student of class IV. The Maths department had put up 3D projects on shapes and children had made beautiful castles and buildings using shapes, mathematical calendars, working models of Pythagoras theorem, geo-boards etc. were projected by the budding mathematicians. The science department had showcased about the flora and the fauna. The attraction was a Bot -which was made by a student of class VII. The beautiful architectures presented by the students in the social studies department was a sight to behold. The children had made beautiful forts, famous islands in India, like Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the famous temples like Konark temple was one such beauty to be seen in the exhibition. An entire timeline on the Mughal empire was depicted on chart papers.

The attraction for the day was the meditation and yoga centre. Parents and children enthusiastically participated in it. The art and craft department showcased the beautiful art and craft done by the children which included sketches, paper quilling, best out of waste, vegetable printing etc. It was the most colourful corner in the exhibition. Another jewel in the exhibition was the pre-primary and classes I and II section. It showcased the exhibits prepared by our young artists which included projects like abacus, wall hangings, wind chimes made from best out of waste, animal masks, clay modelling etc.

Simultaneously another show went on in the school which included Ted talk by the students the topic being ‘Educate girl child’, ‘Clean India’ and ‘Taking care of our elders’. Interesting skits were presented by the students on the same. There was karaoke singing done by three budding singers from class III. It was followed by a small cultural programme which highlighted the rich culture of Maharashtra.

The exhibition provided a platform to the students to exhibit their inner talents. It strengthened the student’s knowledge of the subject matter. It was well appreciated by the parents and they were full of pride to see their children’s creativity. The exhibition was a huge success. Enthusiasm and effervescence overflowed amongst the students, their teachers and parents.