National Science Day

National Science Day is celebrated in India on February 28th each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman on February 28, 1930. It is one of the main science festivals during which students of schools and colleges demonstrate various science projects and national and state science institutions demonstrate their latest research. The celebrations also include public speeches, radio-TV talk shows, science movies, science exhibitions, live projects, debates, quiz competitions, lectures, model exhibitions, and many more activities.

In addition to traditional academic tutoring, Phonemic Intelligence training, and daily mini meals, Tripura Foundation’s HoPE Learning Centers participate in national holidays like National Science Day, to encourage children to stretch their minds as well as their imaginations.

HoPE Center children worked on science topics, posters, models, and experiments. Some organized full exhibitions with the help of their teachers. Through these activities, children gained knowledge of scientific  facts and greater awareness of the cycles and mysteries of life.

We hope that you will enjoy these photos from National Science Days during the past three years.

It doesn’t take much to open the minds of children to the many scientific wonders of the Universe. Right now, only $9 a month covers the costs of HoPE Center sponsorship, tutoring, lessons, materials, daily mini meals, and national holiday activities. For only $300 a month, you can sponsor an entire HoPE Learning Center!