Hydroponics plants developed in Karimnagar Minority Residential School

Students developed hydroponics plants which are grown using the waste water released from the reverse osmosis (RO) plant at the school

By   |  Published: 1st Mar 2021  6:35 pm
Students supplying water to hydroponics plants developed in Minorities Residential school, Karimnagar.

Karimnagar: Students of Telangana Minorities Residential School (Karimnagar Boys-II) at Irukulla, developed hydroponics plants on the school premises marking the National Science Day on Monday.

As part of agriculture and horticulture field visit, students developed hydroponics plants which are grown using the waste water released from the reverse osmosis (RO) plant at the school. The water is being supplied to the hydroponics plants through a drip system.

Academic coordinator of minority residential schools, Md Miraz, and former principal Md Azimuddin Dabir visited the school and appreciated students.

School principal, M Monika Sony advised the students to develop interest in technology right from their childhood and discover new innovations by developing knowledge on technology, geography and astronomy. She appreciated science teachers K Thirupathi and Shahedi Begam for encouraging students to grow hydroponics plants.


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