500 students from 90 countries visit Imagica as a part of International Physics Olympiad The students from over 90 countries visited the theme park

22 july 2015

Adlabs Imagica, India’s only international standard theme park had some special visitors recently. 500 students from theInternational Physics Olympiad (IPhO), from over 90 countries, arrived at Khopoli as a part of an educational trip. These students were a part of the annual competition in physics for secondary school students.

This visit was a part of an educational trip with a liberal dose of fun added to it. Adlabs Imagica, known for its themed rides, provided a perfect platform to the students to learn while experiencing some thrills. One of the students from Hong Kong stated that he had as much fun at the rides as he does while studying Physics. "This is the first time I rode on such gravity-defying roller coaster rides," he added.

Speaking about this experience, Kapil Bagla, CEO Adlabs Entertainment said, “We are happy to host students from 90 different countries together at IMAGICA. We also feel proud of the fact these students found IMAGICA to be an INTERNATIONAL STANDARD THEME PARK with a unique INDIAN TOUCH in its THEME. They got to experience a few unique Indian themes & stories during this visit and are excited about it. We wish them luck for a bright future.“

The International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) is an annual competition in physics for secondary school students. It involves individual theoretical and experimental competitions in Physics. The 46th IPHO was held at Mumbai, India from 5 to 12 July 2015.  The event is organised by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, a national centre of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, an autonomous institution under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy, as well as a Deemed University. The 46th International Physics Olympiad is supported by the Government of India through its Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD).

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