Mangaluru: Mount Carmel budding scientists win the first place in 'SPECTRUM'

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Mangaluru, Jan 3: The renowned scientist Albert Einstein taught the world about the quintessential need for curiosity in one’s life through questioning techniques. The budding scientists of Mount Carmel Central School, Mangaluru, Amabel Florine DCunha and Anvila Neora DSouza both of grade IX gave expression to their curiosity and questioning and prepared a model on 'Global Warming' and won the first place under Non-working models-senior category, in the AICS Science Model-making Competition 'SPECTRUM; organised by Sri Sri Ravishankar Vidya Mandir, Mangaluru.

The other students who took part in the event are Anshul Shetty and Anbu Narendra Bala of grade VII; Kripalee R Shetty and Vaibhavi R Shetty of grade VIII, Tanish M Arjun and Rishab Shetty of grade IX.

The school management and staff appreciated the students who took part in the competition and congratulate the winners for their stupendous accomplishment.


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