"Science is an organized knowlede." The science club is alwayS keen to inculcate knowledge alongwith competitive spirit in students. The untiring efforts ofteachers help the students to work in an organized manner.

Objectives of a Science Club:

The aims and objectives of a science club may be outlined as below:

1. To provide proper incentive and inspiration for the pursuit of scientific knowledge in vigorous ways by broadening their scientific outlook.

2. To provide opportunities for bringing school close to the society and to acquaint the people with the services and contribution of the science in their life.

3. To develop among the student the spirit and attitude of healthy competition for the individual and social cause.

4. To Help the students in imbibing the habit of self-reliance, self-dependence and love for manual work.

5. To provide opportunity for the development of the constructive, explorative and inventive faculties of the students.

6. To make the students understand the values of time and to help them in the proper utilization of leisure hours.

7. To create interest in latest inventions and discoveries of science in various fields and to get acquainted with the lifejlistory and contributions of great scientists.

8. To develop student's interest and participation in the practical application of knowledge related to different branches of sciences.

9. To creat interest in scientific facts and events related to one's surroundings. O. To develop training in scientific method of problem solving.

It is the long history of humankind - those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.

Charles Darwin

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