Rawalpindi - An exhibition of projects of science and social studies was held here at Springfield Public school & College, Harley Street.

Students from grade-1 to grade-8 and O level participated with full zeal and zest. The exhibition was aimed to inspire and spark student’s imaginations and develop their interests showing innovation and creativity. Students and teachers were well prepared and as a team they came up with outstanding exhibits, making this event a complete success. Some of the science topics were: social life of honeybee; respiration and impact of smoking on lungs; green house effect and global warming; water cycle; digestive system; and DNA printing and hydroponics’ plants. Some of the social studies topics on display were: Egyptian Civilisation, invaders of the subcontinent; provinces of Pakistan; use of trees in paper production; and Mughal Dynasty. The visitors found the exhibition as an exceptionally positive activity, informative and creative.

The chief guest of the event was Mohammad Saleem, ex-principal Gordon College. He said that such events should be encouraged, as they were necessary for the cognitive development of students.