Woodland students pay tributes to founder
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sept 8: The boys and girls wings of Woodlands House School paid glowing tributes to the founder of the school, late Mrs Rup S P Singh by displaying innovative models during a daylong exhibition.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Professor Sidiq Wahid, the vice- chancellor of Islamic University of Science and Technology at the boys wing of the school, situated at Gupkar Road, Srinagar.
“I am highly impressed with what I have seen today,” said Prof. Wahid, as he showed interest in all the 200 models exhibited before him. “It is an impressive display of talent and creativity. It shows how much hardwork they have put in,” he said, flanked by school principal, Rikki Singh.
Students gave detailed introduction of their models, ranging from wind mills to water transport system. Even hydro-electric shikaras, paper bags and decorative flasks were also on display.
Even some of the ex-students, who have excelled in the field of medicine, engineering and journalism were also present at the show.
The principal later thanked the staff and the students for making the exhibition a success. He also thanked the chief guests and other invitees for sparing time for the encouragement of the students.
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