"Without Laboratories, men of Science are soldiers without arms." - Louis Pasteur
Biology is a practical science. Practical activities are not just motivational and fun; they also enable students to apply and extend their knowledge and understanding of biology in novel investigative situations. Using a practical activity helps in knowledge retention: Many students learn more efficiently by actually doing activities. Presidium reaffirms the belief that practical education boosts a student's self-esteem, knowledge, and skills (both educationally and on the outside world) and enhances their transition into working life. For the purpose of developing practical skills by using equipment, tools, or technology, an activity related to various Animal Tissues - to study various Epithelial cells, Muscle fibers and Nerve cells in animals, from prepared (permanent) slides was conducted in Grade 9.