Science Association

The aims and objectives of a science club:
Children have the tendency to make things, break things and handle things on their own but the conventional system of education does not allow them to do so. Self-expression, independent research, constructive activities, etc., are some of the opportunities provided by the science clubs. Science clubs also allow the students to work on their own ideas, hobbies, experiments, etc. In the classrooms, the students work formally and restrict themselves to the school curriculum. Whereas in science clubs, there are no restrictions and the students can work on their own ideas with full freedom.
The ‘Science Association’ has been formed with the following Objectives –
To provide proper incentive and inspiration for the pursuit of scientific knowledge in rigorous way by broadening their scientific outlook.
 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.
To provide opportunity for the development of the constructive, explorative & inventive faculties of the students.
To make the students understand the values of time and to help them in the proper utilization to their hours.
To develop students, inters and participation in the practical application of the knowledge related to different branches of science.