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“CHEM - MAGIC” EXTENSION ACTIVITY

Published On : 12 Mar 2020   |  Reported By : media release


Mangaluru: The Post-Graduate Department of Chemistry, St Agnes College conducted “Chem Magic” - an extension for school students on 9 March 2020. The main intention was to generate interest in the minds of youngsters about the colorful world of chemistry and science.

The activity was held at St Agnes High School, Mangaluru. Around 50 students of Standard VIII were a part of the programme. It was an interactive session filled with fun and informative experiments. The experiments took students to the world of magic - chemistry.


The programme ended with the motivational words of Sr. Gloria D Souza, Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of Chemistry who encouraged students to enhance their love for Chemistry.







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