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Birth Anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam celebrated « 16/Oct/2021

With the support and guidance of science experts, sharpening the merits of the students BVM Kitchlu Nagar celebrated Birth Anniversary of Missile Man of India, former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam by organising an Informative Stretch of about 2 hours with participation of guest schools- Government School Haibowal Khurd and Adharsh Public School. Highlighting the need of practicality of knowledge and skill based education to meet the employment needs of the nation- a trial was put on Unique Methods of energy conservation leading average to excellence . A successful show of ideas and expressions promoted education as basic life skill. Discussion over Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation for Sustainable Development, Description of alternative energy solutions, Solar power plants and wind energy profited all. Activities like shaping the innovative ideas using balloons,Snapping circuit , Electrical Games, Mechanical Components- An explore,An innovation went usefully. Speaking on the day of Smart students and their Genius Guide Dr APJ Abdul Kalam ,Principal Mrs Neelam Mittar said-Education with its huge and harmonious role produces profound and prestigious characters, building productively developed man-power with all skills.
 
Ensuring food security ,On the occasion of International Food Day Medical Students from Bhartiya Vidya Mandir Kitchlu Nagar Ludhiana shared tips on food preservation. Guiding not to waste a single ounce of food as most of the underprivileged Indians go undernourished, vision of proper use of food was visualised .  Turning the idea of proper use of food into reality was the aim of this day.
 
Sensitizing the students with the significance of food, Principal Mrs Neelam Mittar said - Food in our tradition is considered as something holy so eat intelligently by respecting Ann Bhagwan.