Annual Science Exbhibitions
Our school hosts an Annual Science Exhibition ‘Nikola Tesla Interschool Science Exhibition’. The Exhibition lasts 1 – 3 days and gives opportunity to represent their scientific aptitude and discoveries to hundreds of students from all over the National Capital Region. The students get to choose their theme from among 11 – 15 themes that are carefully selected on the basis of recent studies going around in the world. The Exhibition has developed its prestige since its inception in 2017-18.
Due to COVID, this year the Science Exhibition was conducted online and was a huge success.
SCIENCE AND INNOVATION FAIR NORTHERN REGION
Schiller School and MILSET India organizes Science and Innovation Fair Northern Region. Many schools from Ghaziabad region participate in the science fair and showcase their projects in Engineering, Environment, Energy, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and Technology categories.
CBSE Regional Science Exhibition
Schiller Student Master Krishna Gupta proclaims as winner at prestigious CBSE Regional Science Exhibition 2019. Master Krishna Gupta has once again proved his ability by emerging as winner in the CBSE regional level science exhibition held on 29th and 30th November 2019 at Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria Public School Ghaziabad. A total of 128 teams from 88 schools participated in team as well as individual category from different parts of Region of Uttar Pradesh. The 21 models selected for the National level. The model prepared by Krishna Gupta was adjudged as one of the best. The winning model prepared by Krishna under the sub-theme of future transport was a working model named as Airplane Crash Locator.
Vigyan Jagrukta Mela
We participate in 'Vigyan Jagrukta Mela' organized by Ram Kishan Institute under the banner of Ministry of Science, Govt. of India. Under various themes where students showcase static and working models which can be used for learning various scientific concepts.
Many schools from Ghaziabad & NCR participate in this competition. One of the budding schillerite Shristy Goyal of grade 12 Science brought laurels to school by bagging third position in the competition.