At Ajit Vidya Mandir School, young scientists created more than 100 science models. The school organized a science and art exhibition. The event began with Kirti Jain, the Director of Chennai Color Chemicals, inaugurating it. According to Principal Rohit Kumar Jani, the exhibition showcased 105 science models and 110 art pieces. The chief guest praised the students and discussed possible support in the field of science and technology. In the science model exhibition, Nikhil Meena, Yogesh Meena, Harshit, and Yogesh from Class 12 secured the first position with their Chandrayaan-3 Vikram Lander model. In the junior category, Anjali, Purva, Lakshita, and Himani from Class 11 won second place with their Road Safety and Transportation model, while Anshuman and Bharat Prajapat from Class 11 secured third place with their laser-based bacterial testing model in Life Science. In the art exhibition, more than 100 artworks were created by students from Class 1 to 5, attracting everyone’s attention. In the primary category, Nivisha Jain from Class 1 secured the first position, Jayvardhan Singh came second, and Utkarsh Bhati was third. In the senior category (Classes 4 and 5), Vihaal secured the first position, Aaradhya was second, and Ranveer Mevada secured the third position. The event also had the participation of educators from Rajkiya Mahavidyalaya and SP College in the science exhibition, and Dr. Gayatri Prasad, Dr. Praveen, and J.R. Lohar were instrumental. Dr. Shachi Singh and Dr. Sandhya Dubey served as judges for the art exhibition. The chief guest, Kirti Jain, praised the young scientists for their hard work and skills. Principal Rohit Kumar Jani extended his best wishes to all the participating students in the science and art exhibitions. The coordinators for the event were Mahima Jain, Khushboo Shrimaal, Jayraj Raval, and Mukesh Suthar. The school staff members, including Ajit Singh, Anoop Singh, Yogesh Suthar, Mahesh Purohit, Lalit Kumar, Uma Parik, Jyoti Vatwani, Rakhi Rathore, Chanchal Tanwar, Harshita Jain, Sunita Chauhan, and Kiran Parmar, played crucial roles in the event’s success.