” Indian Mapping Skills ” @Greenwood Mancherial

On a vibrant Saturday at Greenwood High School, Mancherial, under the thoughtful guidance of Principal Mr. Chandramohan, Admin. Mr. Ayub and the enthusiastic Social Department, an engaging activity unfolded, centered around the theme of “Mapping Skills.”

The focal points of this exploration included honing Indian map-drawing proficiency, delving into the intricacies of Indian relief features, comprehending the river system, and mastering the states and capitals of our diverse nation.

Principal Mr. Chandramohan, along with the adept Social Department, ensured that these specifications were not only introduced but also elaborated upon, fostering a comprehensive understanding among the participating Grade 8 and 9 students.

The event proved to be an educational spectacle as students from grades 1 to 10 flocked to the activity. Their curiosity piqued, they absorbed knowledge about mapping skills with great enthusiasm.

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This initiative stands as a testament to Greenwood High School’s commitment to holistic education, emphasizing practical learning experiences that go beyond the conventional classroom setting.

The Social Department has undoubtedly enriched the educational journey of the students, providing them with a solid foundation in mapping skills.

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