Bandana Cultural School celebrates Annual Day with young student scientists and artists

Bandana Cultural School, Sydney (BCS) celebrated its Annual Day 2022 in a unique way. It was a fun-filled event highlighting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects combined with Arts and Cultural activities enjoyed by enthusiastic children taking part in various activities planned for the day.

While being away from their motherland, Bandana Cultural School, Sydney does not miss any opportunity to make the children of the Indian Diaspora connect with their motherland and add cultural flavour with children in colourful dresses at the event.

The Students of Bandana Cultural School performed the real-time science experiments as a co-host under the Science & Technology program organised by Mrs Shubha Kumar and Dr Aksheya Kumar of the India Club. The Science experiments, Artwork display and on-stage performances by the Children of the school from multicultural backgrounds impressed all the dignitaries.

Dr Tanima Banerjee was commended for her artwork competition conducted Internationally, and was felicitated by Multicultural Minister Mark Coure MP. The Students of BCS were conferred with Gold, Silver medals and certificates in the respective categories by the Mayor of the Hills, Peter Gangemi. Emeritus Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne awarded certificates to the Students for their Artworks in a separate section with their works on display. Councillor Blacktown Moninder Singh awarded the certificates for Science Exhibits encouraging young scientists. Also present were Stephen Bali, a Member of Blacktown, Councillor Frank De Masi and others who interacted with the students regarding Science Experiments and twenty-two colourful posters displayed on the wall.

Learned Professors Dr Tosin Famakinwa from UWS, Dr Nabin Sharma from UTS & Balu MV from Robo School also spoke at the event. Mr Rajiv Chaudhry of HiTek displayed his acumen in Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics in Technology Section and his contribution in organising food and beverages added fun for the Children.

The Stage organisation by the Master of Ceremonies, Mrs Mona Grover, Mrs Jaya and Dr YP Chawla was appreciable.

With so many bright young scientists getting an opportunity to showcase their talent with the support of India Club which made the Annual Day of Bandana Cultural School a day to remember.

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