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Introduction to Science Laboratory

One of the important functions of the science laboratory is the deepening of the students understanding that scientific concepts and application are closely related to their own natural environment. In the laboratory the students can be taught more readily to be discriminating in observations, to evaluate evidence of data and to sense the importance of care and skill in the talking of measurements. Laboratory should be represented as an integral part of instruction in science.

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Vaishampayan. K Joshi Sir


Asst. Teacher, Girls Govt High School SIRWAR Tq:Manvi Dt:Raichur


Shared By : Narayan Babanagar

Simple Science Experiments in School

The following experiments have been shared by Praveen Kamath Sir, GHS Ankanahally, Somavarpet Taluk, Kodagu

  1. Purple Flame Magic
  2. Hate soap love sugar!

The following experiments have been shared by S V Burli Sir, Banjara High School, Bijapur

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Important terms from Wikipedia

  1. Bunsen burner
  2. Beaker
  3. Microscope
  4. Spectrophotometer
  5. Thermometer
  6. Experiment
  7. Scientific instrument

List of experiments

CK Gopala Rao Metals react with acids Chapter Name
CK Gopala Rao Double Displacement Reaction Chemical Bonding
Harikrishna Holla G Reflection from concave mirror Our colourful world
Vijaya Ananda Rao Density of liquids States of matter
Bharat Bhupal Tonge Double displacement reactions in hard water by Na2CO3, CaCl2, MgCl2, CaSO4, MgSO4 Chemical reactions and their types
Ramesha K V Hardness of water Chemicals in daily life
Prashantha.S.B
ವೆಂಕಟೇಶ ಹೆಚ್‌ ಎನ್‌
Sodium reaction with water Chapter Name
Sunilkumar SR Making soap Chemicals in daily life
Srinivasa.K.V Litmus reaction with acids and bases
Bheemappa Double displacement reaction Chemical Bonding
Shivakumara K T Physical and Chemical Changes
Shashikumar BS Observing stomata in epidermal tissues Study of cells
Tandava murthy.A.N Boyle's law Chapter Name
ಶಿವಪ್ರಸಾದ್.ಎಸ್. Refraction of light Nature of light
Gavisiddeshwar Conductivity in ionic solutions Ionic conductivity
Radghavendra Kulkarni Reaction of sulphur Chapter Name
Sathya murthy Combustion Chapter Name
Harish KS Newton's Laws Force and Newton's Laws of Motiom
Sangamesh V.Burli Refraction in convex lens Lens
Channabasavaraja D S Bleaching property of Sulphur Dioxide Chapter Name
Kushilnaik.M.D.
Mohan k m Faraday's laws Electromagnetic Induction
Guruprasad H Parts of a flower Reproduction in higher plants
A Srinivas Water Cycle Model Biogeochemical cycles
Ramakrishna Heating and magnetic effects of electric current Electricity





  1. Structure of cells
  2. test for proteins
  3. test for starch
  4. test for carbohydrates
  5. osmosis
  6. Diffusion
  7. carbondioxide is essential for photosynthesis
  8. to show structure of stomata
  9. oxygen is released during photosynthesis

News articles

  1. Hindu news article. He said that the present curriculum in the schools does not give importance to the non-formal learning process, through which learning gets imprinted in the memory of children for a longer period. The government should also establish science clubs. Visits to science labs, horticulture and agriculture fields should be part of the learning process in schools, he said. NCSM has already introduce a virtual lab in Chemistry and Zoology and shortly it would come out with virtual lab facilities in other branches of science and mathematics.