“The task of Science is both to extend the range of our experiences and to reduce it to order”-Neils Bohr
Physics is a branch of science that is devoted to the study of nature and natural phenomena; so it forms the basis of all the sciences. Explanation of these phenomena can be more enjoyable if the learning by doing approach is taken. It leads to retention of knowledge and develops curiosity and observational skills in students. Presidium reaffirms the belief that practical education boosts students’ self-esteem, knowledge, and skills and enhances their transition into working life. The branch of Physics that gives exposure to natural phenomena like reflection, refractions, scattering of light and involves study instruments like a microscope, telescope, etc. is known as Optics. The activity included the study of the phenomenon of refraction that is the bending of light when it passes through one medium to another medium, through a rectangular piece of glass. The activity provided a better understanding of the concept of refraction of light when it passes from air medium to glass medium and this concept can be utilized for a different medium like water, oil, etc.