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Qatar- NIS students visit Museum for Islamic Art



(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula

The Noble International School (NIS), Doha organised a field trip to enthuse the young minds with the futuristic technological inventions.

As part of exhibition conducted by Museum for Islamic Art (MIA), Doha, showcasing the technological evolution of Germany from Post World War era to present era, the students of NIS, grade 8 were taken to visit museum for updating the knowledge on November 19.

Students were warmly welcomed by the authorities. After briefing about the general instructions that to be followed inside the museum, students were divided into four groups headed by four individual experts who briefed them about the exhibition with enormous information.

Students also took part in the drawing competition conducted by MIA, where they were asked to sketch the image of items that were showcased in the exhibition.

Exhibition showcased the technological evolution of Germany from post-world war period to the present era.

It mainly incorporated famous German brands like Porchae, Volkswagen etc. The car manufacturing giants unveiled various types of motor cars that led each company to spearhead competition.

They also introduced various Green Technologies they have incorporated to show off the companies vows to fight pollution and its menace.

Various brands represented their futuristic models and their specialties to induces students about the future awaiting for them.

Lifestyle equipments were also showcased as a part of exhibition, it included items from cutleries to furniture and various other architectural wonders of the nation.

It was indeed an informatory trip; it induced students to think out of the box and to contribute to the society through their inventions and discoveries, the inventions and discoveries with humanistic approach.

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Qatar- NIS students visit Museum for Islamic Art

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