Sisters of Saint Joseph of Annecy

St. Joseph’s Girls High School, Cuttack


On 22nd November, 2023, the school was transformed into a hub of creativity, innovation and academic prowess as students showcased their talents across various subjects. The events provided a platform for students from classes 6 to 10 to exhibit their understanding and skills.The student’s ability to critically analyse and articulate their thoughts on various topics was evident, showcasing the development of critical thinking.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Miss Sofia Firdaus, Director, Metro Group.From science and mathematics to literature and social studies, the showcase was a captivating display of creativity, intellect and hardwork. In the realm of science, the exhibits were a testament to student’s curiosity. From intricate experiments showcasing chemical reactions to innovative models. Illustrating complex biological processes, students demonstrated a deep understanding of scientific concepts. From theoretical physics to astro physics, was presented in the form of models.

The mathematics section was a blend of logic, creativity and problem solving-algebraic equations exhibits showcased student’s mathematical acumen.The history segment offered a journey through time, exploring significant events, cultures and civilization. The geographic section transported visitors across continents, exploring diverse landscapes, climates and cultures. Students presented comprehensive studies on geographical phenomena, environmental issues global challenges utilizing charts and models. In the economic segment the students delved into the intricate world of markets, trade and economic policies.


The English languages exhibits were a literary delight, showcasing student’s linguistic skills and creativity. The language section was a portal of functional grammar. Models on prepositions, articles, verbs, nouns showcased the student’s creativity. The literacy contributions were no less impressive with models of the globe theatre - ‘The stage during the Elizabethan Era. A glimpse of ‘The history of English Literature’ was given by the students through charts. In the realm of Computer Applications, students demonstrated digital innovations. The digital landscapes came alive with their innovative projects.On the Home Science front, the students delved into art and science of homemaking. It highlighted a delightful array of culinary creations.

Models, charts and digital art pieces adorning the walls of the classrooms was a visual spectacle. The exhibition served as a platform for collaboration, innovation and exploration enriching the school community.Interactive sessions allowed visitors to engage with exhibits and gain a deeper understanding of the student’s accomplishments. The enthusiasm were infections, creating an atmosphere of celebration.

Overall the school exhibition on 22nd November, 2023 was a resounding success, highlighting the dedication of both students and teachers. It served as a testament to the school’s commitment to nurturing well-rounded individuals capable of excelling in all subjects.