Model Secondary School Murkuchi in Nepal organized the Science and Art Exhibition where five schools, including the host, were awarded the best for their displays.
The exhibition featured five categories, including science, environment, art, society, and music, with Triveni Model Secondary School, Katari, declared the best in science, and Triyuga Model Secondary School, Gaighat, the best in the environment category.
In the social category, Janata Secondary School, Deuri, and Murkuchi were declared the best for food pyramid and Samachkewa, respectively. In the music and dance category, Canvas Boarding Gaighat was declared the best, while Secondary School Deuri came second.
The best in the art category were the students from Murkuchi who exhibited a painting of Rautapokhari, a famous religious and tourist area of the district.
Udayapur 2 MP Amwar Rayamazhi presented certificates and cash prizes worth NPR 10,000, NPR 3,000, and NPR 2,000 to the first, second, and third position holders in all categories.
The exhibition displayed household items, including traditional wooden ploughs, yokes, and iron hoes. Additionally, solar cooking technology, smart houses, healthy food, herbs, bags, and traditional rain umbrellas made of bamboo choya and bhorla leaves were on display.
More than 3 dozen community and institutional schools from Rautamai and various local levels of Udayapur and neighboring Sirha, Saptari, Dhanusha, and Mahottari districts participated in the exhibition.
The event's keynote speaker, Udayapur 2 MP Amwar Rayamazhi, emphasized that such exhibitions promote the all-round development of students and encouraged schools to focus on teaching science and technology-related skills and arts to prepare students for self-employment and self-sufficiency.
Chairman of Rautamai Rural Municipality Birendra Kumar Magar thanked the school for organizing such an event for the first time in Udayapur and promised to support local government to make students capable and worthy citizens in the future.Udayapur Exhibition