March 31, 2018 08:31 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

The last day of the five day long scientific bonanza of 7th DST-Inspire Camp taking place at Panjab University, Chandigarh, here today.  The 5th day of the camp started with an inspiring and innovative lecture of Prof. Anuradha Mishra from Bombay University, Mumbai. She spoke about particle physics and Higgs Boson which lead students to ask innovative questions and invigorated their curiosity.

This was followed by another lecture by Prof. AJ Parmeswaran, TIFR, Mumbai who gave inspiring talk about geometry and taught students about the concept of geometry and dimensions. Following these two lectures on natural sciences was an inspiring talk by well known geologist Prof. A.D Ahluwalia who inspired them to save environment.

The lectures and the camp concluded with valedictory function which was presided by various dignitaries such as Prof. Parmeswaran, Prof. Ahluwalia, Dr. Anurag, Mrs. Krishna and other faculty members from Panjab University, Chandigarh to name a few.

Dr. Anurag Kuhad, Program Coordinator of the camp who gave an overview of the five day camp. The highlight of the camp was a 12th class student, Dinesh Sharma from Kaithal who was motivated for his excellent performance in the camp and his innovative ideas. He was presented with a cash award of Rs 5000. Another girl student got a cash prize of Rs 1500 for her good performance. The students as well as escort teachers were given away with certificates of appreciation for attending and successful participation in this camp.

Overall the students and teachers gave a very positive feedback for the whole camp and said that this camp truly inspired them with new ideas and motivated them to do their best in future. They were inspired by the energetic and motivational nature of Dr. Anurag Kuhad and his team who have put their best foot forward to make this camp a true success.

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