Every year along with the performances, ONE WORLD comes with a motto, a beautiful theme which not only excites the audience but also motivates the participants to do more, learn more, and present things of their respective country in an extremely unique way.
This year the theme of ONE WORLD is “Inventions & Innovations: Idea that made the difference”, and thus every school has to represent their country through inventions and emerging technologies.
Kenya represented by the School of Polytechnic has one of the most innovative stalls among other countries. They made models of their first successful satellite which was launched in 2018, solar power equipment and amazing Kenya’s Recharge booth, which is used in the country for charging mobiles through chips.
Mali is a deserted country in West Africa and faces multiple climate issues and thus School of Agriculture represents their famous isothermal bricks system made up of mud, stone, and husk. The famous gold mines along with Mali’s unique way of agriculture and tribal masks replica are made by students.
Bangladesh has done the best when it comes to outer decoration. School of Computer Science Engineering divided the tent in two-part, one representing the past technology by a giant camera and on the other side, they placed extra huge models of their recently launched missiles. The inner roof is decorated by the solar system and a brilliant model of Artificial kidney transplant along with city monuments is placed inside.
Syria represented by Mittal School of Business presents the country’s medieval technologies and innovations that revolutionaries the world. They made the miniature model of cities where the wheel was first invented and models showing the evolution from wheels to pully system. Bronze weaponry along with the famous giant lamp is beautifully created.
Guinea is presented by the School of Fashion Technology and Design and thus the whole tent along with models look extremely creative. Tents from outside as well as from inside is well decorated with husks and greenly and they decently represented sustainable development. Ancient clothing styles, Guinea goddess statue and especially the marble art attract everyone towards Guinea.
Afghanistan aura is on the ultimate level this year. They set up a whole ‘Rubab’ environment inside their tent which became the picture point of the event. Apart from that amazing model of Ghazni Minaret, Minaret of Jam the Parliament houses are perfectly made. They have dam and mining models of Afghani technology along with the model of the Onyx marble table.
Ghana is presented by the School of Mechanical Engineering and the tent shows the transformation from the tribal culture to modern techs and the country’s best minds which changes the world from space science to automobiles. Information about people like Bright Simon, who created the amazing “mPedigree Networks” and apps are displayed along with the models of Ghana metal and wooden cars.
Another country presented by the School of Computer Science Engineering, Sri Lanka showed enormous technologies along with their beautiful culture in the Peacock shaped tent. There is a gigantic ayurvedic crusher model, IR cameras, satellites on the roof which is decorated with Sri Lankan flowers and Sri Lanka Planetarium. A bus model named “Rail Bus” is standing outside the tent for pictures.