Muhammad Ferzaan Bukhari Student in the Spotlight


Beaconhouse Walton Campus Lahore

Saadia Shahzad| Staff Correspondent TBT Upper Primary Section | Beaconhouse Walton Campus Lahore

Robert A Heinlein said, “Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done.”

Beaconhouse Valencia Town Campus organized a Virtual Science Fair. Our little scientist from grade VI Blue - Muhammad Ferzaan Bukhari participated in it. He made a spinning car using recycled material and practically costing just the battery price. Taking a keen interest in science and balancing out different materials in such a way to make them work together is an achievement in itself, let alone to stand out among so many other outstanding competitors and gaining the second position. The young student executed the project on his own, the rules and guidelines of the fair were briefed to him by his teachers while the rest of the hard work and effort was undoubtedly his own. It is indeed a proud moment for us at Walton to have this brilliant young student turn a theory into a practical experiment. The car is in complete working condition and turns a complete 360* spin. The materials used include old bottle caps for wheels, spare copper wires, a motor, an empty matchbox and a 1.5 V battery.

Well done Ferzaan! Keep it up; we see a very bright future ahead for you.
Proud of our young scientist!

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