YRoNS -2021 New
Date:April 13-15, 2021
Kanavfrom Class Xalong with 13 other students from Amity Group of Schools participated in the 14th International Conference of Young Researchers of Natural Science held virtually.The conference facilitated by AERCshowcased hisrhythmic talent wherein, he presented tabla recital. 83 students and mentors from eight nations participated in the conference based on theme ‘Stay- at - Home Lab-Science Experiments At Home’. During the conference, participants showcased presentations of their experiments in natural science at home like a simulated model of the Corona virus, Chemical Cryptography, Plastic Pollution Free world-a commitment, working of the RUBE GOLDBERG Machine, visualization of fingerprints by super glue etc.
Rits Super Global Forum 2020 New
Date:November 10-22, 2020
Akash Paland Dhruv Bhardwaj both from Class X along with 18 students and 10 teachers from Amity Group of Schools participated in the 7th Chapter of Rits Super Global Forum (RSGF 2020) held virtually by Ritsumeikan High School, Japan. Students of Amity have been participating in the program for the last 6 years consecutively and the event is facilitated by Amity Educational Resource Centre. Students delivered presentations based on the theme of the event, ‘What can we do under the situations of the Corona virus’. They also showcased a video on ‘India’ based on its rich heritage and culture. Overall, 150 students from over 18 schools and 11 countries attended the event.
Date:June 2, 9 & 16, 2020
Alok Pratap Singh Jadon(ClassIX) along with 10 Amitians from Amity Group of Schools participated in the 13thYRoNS held online this year. The annual event for scientific and cultural exchange, held under the aegis ofAmity Educational Resource Centre (AERC) saw participation of 48 studentsfrom 9 countries includingHungary, Germany, Norway, France, Slovenia, Netherlands, Russia, Brazil and India. The three day event was based on 3 different themes on each day namely ‘The world during the Covid 19 period’, ‘Our country during Covid 19 and ‘science and cultural presentations’. Innovations like superabsorbent material ‘Hydratonic’, making apple wine using yeast, plant health monitoring app, inventing a battery run vehicle named OAWAAP for contactless deliveries, planting vegetable gardens in urban spaces with self-tilting solar panels were shared and discussed. Issues like why lycra masks were the best, importance of online learning and homeschooling amidst transformed times, etc., were also deliberated upon.