“Illumination in life will change darkness to brightness”  – Shakil Kakvi

The two days celebration 16-17 May 24 of International Day of light concluded today at Kainat International School. The International Day of Light (IDL) the incredible range of activities planned and organised by the students of Kainat International School, Madarsa Jamia Kainat, Scouts & Guides in rural Bihar, Eastern state of India at Kainat Nagar, Village Kako of Jehanabad District on the theme “Light in our Lives, reflecting the myriad ways in which light is central to human existence”.

Shakil Ahmed Kakvi, Founder Chairman of Kainat International School inaugurated the IDL exhibition on “Don’t curse the Darkness, light a lamp” the exhibition was mounted by young students showing the journey of light, “Stone for Light” exhibit mounted by Sunny Kumar and Krishna Murari, The “Mashal” exhibit was prepared by Alfaz Quraishi and Ali Ansari. Tarique Ahmed, Alfaz Quraishi and Ataur Rahman spoke on “Impact of light in our life”. Stage show was organised on “Imagine the world without light” by Chahat Malhotra and Kunj Kashyap. Large number of students took part in painting and quiz program on “Light, its sources and utilization” Scouts Ausaf Abdullah and Rehan Fardeen took lead in arranging the light show. Masroor Hassan, Hafiz Gufran and Nayear Alam played a vital road in arranging 365 soil lamp (Deeya) was an added attraction of the program.

The program was concluded on 17 May 2024. Shakil Kakvi said during valedictory function of International Day of Light “Illumination in life will change darkness to brightness. This is an open platform to inculcate scientific temperament among rural children to bring out common people from superstation. Light is alternative source of energy. Now we can refer the work of Ibn Al-Haytham’s seminal work, Kitab al-Manazir (Book of Optics), published in 1015 and Einstein’s work at the beginning of the 20th century, which changed the way we think about time and light.  The Science Club secretary Laraib Hayat proposed vote of thanks and mentioned special thanks to Mentor Lamiya Kamal for her support to make this event productive. The program was over with National Anthem.