Immersione’19 - Annual Science and Mathematics Day of Musaeus College

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Musaeus College held the Annual Commerce and Arts day 2019 at the school auditorium on the 11th of October 2019 from 2.30pm onwards.
Immersione’19 - Annual Science and Mathematics Day of Musaeus College



Immersione’19 , The Annual Science and Mathematics Day of Musaeus College took place on the 17th of October 2019 from 2pm onwards at the school auditorium. The event focused on the theme ‘oceanography’ which covers a wide range of topics including marine life, eco-systems and mysteries of the ocean.

The event was graced by the presence of Senior Research Scientist Manju Gunawardena who is an inventor, CEO-Research and Innovation at LOLC, CEO at ceylon graphene technologies. Mr. Gunawardena counts over 20 years in innovation and research. He is also a gold medalist in the 41st International Innovation congress held in Geneva. The Senior Science and Mathematics Society organized this event successfully with the support of the academic staff and under the guidance of Madam Principal Mrs. Nelum Senadira. Immersione’19 explored the beauty and the vastness of the ocean by a presentation of a number of exciting performances in streams of dance,drama,music and oration. An Inter-school Quiz competition was also organized by Musaeus College to enhance the knowledge of the students. Ananda College was able to become the Winners overcoming all the other schools while Royal College acquired Runners Up.

The five oceans of the world cover approximately 71% of the Earth's surface and represent many different things to different people.

To some, it's a synonym of tranquility, relaxation, beauty, and wilderness. It's a place where they can find refuge from urban stress and busy lives.

Others see it as a recreational space where you can challenge yourself physically and spiritually - surfing, swimming, sailing, etc. To others, it's a mysterious place full of hidden wonders, but also a source of income, or an inspiration to fine arts. Planet Earth wouldn't be a habitable place without the mass of water we call “The Ocean”


17th of October 2019
2.00PM
Musaeus College, Colombo





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