On the third and concluding day i.e 20th December, of the International Science Olympiad Quanta-2020, organized online by City Montessori School, Chowk Campus, the participating students from Brazil, Germany, Jordan, Bangladesh, Russia, and various states of India displayed outstanding knowledge of Science in the Science Quiz held today. At the same time, these participants from India and abroad presented a view of the future world which would be based on the latest technologies and advancements in Science. The participants’ performance in this competition drew a massive appreciation from the audience.
The Science Quiz was organized live on the zoom app today. Quizmaster, Ms. Shivani Tiwari, graduated from IIT Kanpur, a gold medallist and senior maths teacher from CMS Chowk Campus, very ably conducted the quiz adding a dash of humor and suspense and the participants garnered the appreciation of the audience with their quick answers to the toughest of questions. The competition was conducted in two rounds. The winners of the written round got the opportunity to participate in the final round held live on the Zoom app today. Each team comprised two participants answering questions with the speed of light in visual, oral, and buzzer rounds.
Earlier, CMS Founder and renowned educationist, Dr. Jagdish Gandhi blessed the participating students from India and abroad and said that the time has come for the student community to unite the world and create an ideal world order. Secretary of Quanta-2020 and Principal of CMS Chowk Campus, Mrs. Aditi Sharma said that through their global outlook as displayed at this event, these students have shown that they are all set to lay the foundation of better world order. Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr. Hari Om Sharma informed that International Science Olympiad ‘Quanta-2020′ organized online from 18th to 20th December 2020, was the 24th edition of the annual event of City Montessori School, Chowk Campus. At this event, students from Brazil, Germany, Jordan, Bangladesh, Russia, and various states of India displayed their knowledge and skills through participation in Mathematics and Mental Ability Quiz and Science Quiz. In the Mathematics and Mental Ability Quiz held yesterday, a student of Cooperativa De Trabalho Educacional Cesar Almeida, Brazil won the first prize while a student of St. Joseph Higher Secondary School, Bangladesh won the second prize and a student of CMS Chowk Campus won the third prize. Mr. Sharma said that students’ performance in this international competition of Science and Mathematics proved that they are capable of leading the world towards a new era of unity.
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