From October 2 to 6, SMART Campus organised Humanities Week, inviting students from grades 6 to 12 to showcase their skills and imagination through a variety of mediums, including poster design, photography competitions, quizzes, and engaging dance and skit performances. The pinnacle of this celebration was the Humanities Projects Exhibition, where students presented their projects.
There were interesting themes explored during the Humanities Week covering a spectrum of important topics, including water conservation, disaster management, carbon footprints, endangered species, and consumer awareness. These subjects not only piqued the students' interest but also challenged them to think critically and innovatively.
The culmination of the week-long celebration was the exhibition, where students' dedication and creativity were on full display. Their projects offered valuable insights into a wide array of subjects, reflecting the depth of their knowledge and their commitment to making a positive impact on the world.
Overall, Humanities Week was an excellent platform for students to testament to the comprehensive development and nurturing of talent at SMART Campus. It wasn't just a celebration of academic excellence but also a stage for students to shine in various creative and extracurricular domains, showcasing the remarkable depth of their abilities.