ISA Project – “Museums – Untitled treasury of generalizations”
Museums are the repositories of antique items. They are, in reality, great historical monuments which tell about the ancient world.
A visit to Albert Hall Museum which is situated in the hearth of the city was organized by Subodh Public School, Airport under the ISA Project – “Museums – Untitled treasury of generalizations”. A group of 30 students from class X visited the extraordinary place on December 04, 2018 to explore and learn. The students looked over the museum under the guidance of Ms. Neerja Jain (ISA coordinator), Ms. Pooja Agnihotri (ISA Project Leader) and the curators of the museum who gave all relevant information to the students related to the history of Albert Hall.
It is one of the well-known museums of India and the students found there a great collection of wonderful artifacts including paintings, jewellery, carpets, ivory stones, metal, gems, beautiful coins etc. An Egyptian mummy was the main attraction for the students and the building architecture was something which was mesmerizing. The artifacts looked life-like and impressive.
The visit was interesting as well as very much educative for the students, as they understand a lot about the history and culture of our country. The building which is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture was divided into numbers of galleries which were all visited by the students.
In this way the visit to the Albert Hall provided students with a rich feast of ideas and it left a deep imprint on their minds.