Students’ Activities – Samashti Vigyan 2019

Waste water treatment project

Students’ Activities – Samashti Vigyan 2019


The concept of food management inspired the students to collect information from their parents and grandparents. They learnt and shared simple recipes especially those that can be whipped up with leftovers! They also told the visitors about “Happy Fridge” placed by the Government, where we can deposit any excess food  that can go to people in need.

Concept of food management inspired the students at Samashti


Students created awareness on the sugar content present in soft drinks by boiling the soft drink. The visitors could clearly see the sugar content. The students were enthusiastic to share natural homemade recipes of pizza sauce and peanut butter.  This was a yummy project.

Sugar content in soft drinks explained by Samashtians


Wastewater treatment is a process used to remove contaminants from wastewater or sewage and convert it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle with minimum impact on the environment. This is called water reclamation wherein treated wastewater can be used for other beneficial purposes.

Waste water treatment project


Sanvi explained about global warming and some measures to mitigate its effects. She requested everyone to plant more trees and also gave a suggestion that the Government should ensure that factories and motor vehicles use technologies to reduce CO2 production and emission.

Global Warming


This project is about ozone depletion which is a major environmental problem. Students spoke about the ill effects like skin cancer, eye cataracts and damages to the immune system.

Ozone depletion explained by Samashtians


Vansh created awareness among people about the ill effects of acid rain through a model. Acid rain has been shown to have adverse impact on forests, freshwaters and soils, killing insect and aquatic life-forms, causing paint to peel, corrosion of steel structures such as bridges, and weathering of stone buildings and statues as well as having a negative impact on human health.

Acid rain


Genetically modified crops (GM crops) have both pros and cons. The benefits in food crops include resistance to certain pests, diseases, environmental conditions, reduction of spoilage, resistance to chemical treatments or improving the nutrient profile of the crop. However, opponents have objected to GM crops on grounds including environmental impacts, food safety, etc.

Stall about Genetically Modified Crops


Students of grades 3 to 5 did a mime show to spread awareness regarding the unnecessary usage of gadgets and the harmful effects caused by them if used in an inappropriate manner.

Students mime at Samashti International School


Balloon Powered Car  was made by students demonstrating the use of kinetic energy.

Kinetic energy


Visitors to the science fair were pleasantly surprised when the students explained the scientific reasons behind traditional beliefs like using mango leaves to decorate our home, use of  sindoor, kajal, wearing toe rings and many more.

Kinetic energy