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Science Forum

Enigma

Enigma a ciphering event that gave students an opportunity to enter a world of Ciphers. The event was organized by the Science Forum on 9 August, 2019. This event tested the students’ cyphering skills and made one realize the true … Continue reading

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CHEXPLODE

“I have come to the personal conclusion that while all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists”. -Marcel Duchamp Science Forum orchestrated CHEXPLODE on 19th July, 2019 where students participated with great gusto for triumph. “Chess holds … Continue reading

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SCIENCE TOONS

‘The principle of true art is not to portray, but to evoke’.  The event was embraced with innovative ideas and colours, as the participants mingled their artistic skills with a sense of scientific approach. The event had topics under different … Continue reading

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SCIENCE FORUM ORIENTATION

The science forum had organised orientations for the first PUC students, to enhance their knowledge on the mission, pros and the working of the committee. The orientation succeeded in notifying the students about the selection process which would be organised … Continue reading

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ENIGMA

“Earth is no longer habitable. We need a collaborative, sustainable plan to habit Saturn’s moon Enceladus” was the sole idea behind the science event Enigma, conducted at Magnachrista 2018. A practical understanding of science and loads of creativity was required … Continue reading

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HELIOCENTRIKA

Heliocentrika was set in timelines other than the present. In the first round, participants were required to present Galileo’s proofs of the heliocentric structure of our solar system (hence the name ‘Heliocentrika’) to a panel of judges who were set … Continue reading

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ANAKRITIS

Anakritis, an event conducted at Magnachrista 2018, had the biggest turnout among the science events because of its interesting detective-like archetype. ‘Anakritis’ is derived from the Gorgan Anakritis, who were interrogators in Greek mythology. This was well encapsulated in three … Continue reading

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