Webinar for SAIoneers

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X

A Webinar was conducted for the Class XI Science students on Friday, July 12, 2019. Shri Preet Batavia, the Resource person spoke to the aspiring Science students on the topic “Perfect roadmap to become a successful Engineer.” He gave the students a brief description on how to select the college and course as well as shared valuable tips on getting prepared for the entrance examination. He also spoke about the pros and cons of being an engineer, benefits of passing from private Indian Colleges, and the job aspects of being an Engineer etc.

In another Webinar hoisted on Saturday, July 13, 2019 for the students of Class XI Humanities stream, the students learnt about the various opportunities in Liberal Arts. Professor Sean Bala from O.P Jindal School of Arts spoke on the topic “Opportunities for Liberal Arts”. He briefed the students on how choosing the stream would help in improving their soft skill ability and give a deeper impetus to focus on service learning, field work and take up internship. He also briefed the young students on the best Indian Liberal Arts colleges. Liberal Arts Education is all about enhancing these skills such as creative thinking, problem solving, critical thinking and analytics and thinking out of the box.

Webinars are conducted for the students of SAI International School at regular intervals to widen their learning horizon on a gamut of areas and guide them on choosing the right course and colleges to pursue their higher education.

A walk through the Stars

The greatest achievement of man is crossing the boundaries of this Earth and landing in Space.

Greetings! I am Samriddhi Agrawal of Class X F, a student of SAI International School.

I am fortunate to have embarked on an exposure visit to ISRO this year along with 19 other participants. ISRO is one of the largest space agencies in the world. Its vision is to harness space technology for national development while pursuing space science research and planetary exploration.

At ISRO I saw two kinds of satellites like Optical Wave Satellite and Micro Wave Satellite, which gives greater resolution and is compatible in all weather condition. The payloads I watched being made were designed and developed in a way which catered to the needs of that satellite perfectly. There I got to know that there are many kinds of rockets, satellites and spacecrafts, that are designed keeping in mind the challenges which can come across in space. I got to know about the increasing space traffic and the space graveyards that we have built.

I also got an opportunity to witness the massive ‘PLASIV’, which gave me the experience of real space photography carved out on a screen. The Vikram Sarabhai Space Exhibition and the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) at Ahmedabad helped us unravel many mysteries about space. I discovered that the Sun sings! At PRL, I got to know many more interesting facts and latest updates on the Sun, Moon, Stars and other Planets. The presentations gave me a clear insight about how we use our telescope with resolution to capture better images of the celestial bodies. It was wonderful to see the working behind Chandrayan.

The interaction with the Scientists really moved me. It was a dream come true for me. I went there with a plethora of questions to discover their answers and I came with plenty more! The humongous amount of appreciation that poured in from everyone filled my heart with deep joy. This made me realize that nothing is impossible. This gave wings to my imagination…I might be one of them in the future.



Webinar at SAI

“Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential.” – John Maxwell

A Webinar on Career Path after Class XII was conducted for the students of Class XI Science in the Sushila Devi auditorium on Thursday, June 20, 2019. Consultant Educationist Shri Giridhar P Kini briefed the students on various courses available for Science students after Class XII. He guided the students on different streams a student can pursue apart from engineering and medical and about the various entrance exams and career opportunities.

SAI International School regularly conducts career guidance programmes to enable students to meticulously explore the various courses before pursing their future studies. These programmes greatly help the students in understanding the various opportunities that lay ahead and give them time to select the right course that align with their skill and interest.

Global Immersion Programme 2019 to United Kingdom

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

The SAI Global Immersion Programme (GIP) to United Kingdom was conducted from June 8 to 18, 2019. Twelve students along with two Teacher Coordinators visited places like Gloucester, Bath, London and Oxford.

The team had a great learning experience interacting with students and teachers from Churchdown Village Infant School (CVIS), Chosen Hill School (CHS), Welton Primary School, Norton Hill School and Latymer Upper School. During the 10-day trip, the students indulged in various school activities, visited places of interest, explored local market, boat ride on river Thames, visited the famous Oxford University as well as got an insight about the local culture and tradition of the various places.

At CHS, the SAI students shadowed a student from the host school and attended various classes. They also showcased three different projects like, Beyond Curriculum, Teens have Wings and Climate Change and also briefed the CHS students about the climate change scenario of India as well as spoke about their respective schools.

At CVIS, the visiting students had a wonderful time interacting with the little students and going for a guided tour of the school. Later the team visited the Gloucester Quays, followed by a visit to the Gloucester Rugby ground which is one of the largest of its kind in the country and the supermarket “Asda”.

At Welton Primary School, the SAIoneers presented the costumes of different states of India and made a presentation of their Mother land and the SAI Schools. They also introduced Sher Khan, the Globe Trotter and shared his travel plan. They had a great time playing with the students in the beautiful school playground and presenting their project ‘Mind your Money’. In the presentation, they answered questions about India and its currency. It was followed by a story telling session, where SAI students narrated stories about Sher Khan.

At Norton Hill School, the SAIoneers shared a thought-provoking presentation on Climate Change and Global Warming along with sharing some common ways to address the issue. Later, they shadowed the students from the UK School, learnt about their schedules and got a guided tour of the school. The young team also conducted the project “Teen have Wings” for the Year 9 class, where students from both the schools shared some vital issues faced by young teenagers in India and UK. The students also conducted the project “Beyond Curriculum – collaborative poetry writing”, where they learnt about various kinds of poetry writing, including forms like haiku and acrostic poems. They also attended classes on Music, Language and Geography.

At Latymer Upper School, students from both schools shared about their school system and activities. Students from the British School gave an amazing school tour, which was a real learning experience for the SAI students. The students also had an enriching interactive session with the School Management team.

Apart from that, the students had a great time visiting historical monuments and places of tourist interest like Roman Bath Abbey, London Eye, Madame Tussauds, Shrek Adventure as well as a City tour of London on a hop on hop off bus. They were delighted to witness the Change of Guard ceremony and the Royal Cavalry parade at the Buckingham Palace. They visited important colleges like Trinity, Balliol etc during their visit to Oxford University.

Global Immersion Programme (GIP) is one such endeavor that provides a unique learning experience for the students, bringing in a significant impact in their knowledge repository and tuning their mind-set to adapt the universal learning experience. It is an excellent method to instill independent thinking and bestow in them the confidence to build their dreams and goals. In this programme, students in group guided by mentors visit a foreign country to get a glimpse of their academia, culture and get a myriad understanding of the country. They visit various acclaimed educational Institutes to get a real-life experience of their teaching-learning process, tour renowned Universities to understand the various programs and process of admission and free structure.

SAI Leadership Trip – Feel the Thrill

“And then I realized adventures are the best way to learn.” – Anonymous

Educational trips are a pivotal part of the curriculum of SAI International School which are meticulously and purposefully planned to give optimal exposure and learning experience to the students. It helps in developing leadership qualities, enhance communication skills, discipline, team work as well as create a greater sense of awareness about ethics and value-based leadership amongst students.

The SAI Leadership Trip to Shimla-Mashobra-Chandigarh culminated on Thursday, May 30, 2019. Thirty-four students along with two Teacher Coordinators had a wonderful learning time in the 8-day exciting trip. Apart from indulging in adventurous activities like Tyrolean Traverse, Flying Fox, River Crossing, Mountain Climbing, Rappling, they also had night trekking and survival day, where the young students learnt to make fire in the jungle and cook food.

The evening was spent singing and sharing of experience around the camp fire. Students also got to visit places of interest like the ancient Jakoo temple at Shimla, the famous Pinjore Garden at Panchkula and many more. Children shopped to their hearts content at the Mall Road, Shimla and the Elante Mall in Chandigarh. The trip was a lifetime enjoyable experience for the young students.

The young campers were mesmerised by the mist-bathed hills of the Queen of Hills, Shimla, the dense trees, the gushing streams, the flora and fauna and the fresh surrounding. Students had a great learning time during the trip, which provided them with an excellent opportunity to explore and experience the diversities of life and equipped them to face challenges courageously and handle situations more confidently.


Nurturing Global Entrepreneurship at SAI International

‘Entrepreneur’ just denotes that you recognize that you’re doing things across disciplines and that you’re blazing your own path.” – Pharrell Williams

Indians are lauded worldwide for their entrepreneurial skills and the country has been a seat of many successful ventures since time immemorial. In this era of Startups, we at SAI International School is not behind. Apart from nurturing the interested SAIoneers to become entrepreneurs, we also provide them with a real-life experience of global entrepreneurship.

In the year 2010, the School started its own international import export company called SAIONEER Exim. Each year students import items from partner school companies abroad and resale the import items at the Going Global Unwind Booth. This unique project gives our students a small glimpse of international business.

In May 2019, SAIONEER Exim formed its Executive Board and had its first official Skype call of the year with its partner school Company “The Genuine Company” at St Andrew Kawagga Gombie High School, Uganda. Students from both the schools discussed exchange company presentations and the items that can be procured or exchanged with each other. The discussion was a great learning experience as students learnt how to negotiate, how to present their products and how to export and import.

The partnership with the Ugandan school was established in the year 2016. The enterprising SAIoneers took a step forward and learnt some keywords in Luganda, the native language of Uganda, like how to greet them etc. Later they took inventory of all the amazing custom jewellery and zip pouches with African print, scarves and local Ugandan art and craft items which the students imported from Uganda and sold it during Unwind 2016 at the Going Global Club booth.


SAIoneer Sanchee – A Laudable Chess Player

“Every chess master was once a beginner.” – Irving Chernev

Sanchee Sahoo, Class VI student of SAI International School is an avid Chess player. She has won various awards and recognitions for her talent in playing the game of mind. Last year, she made the State proud by becoming the lone player from Odisha to represent the State in the U-10 Girls category at the Commonwealth Chess Championship 2018 held at New Delhi, where she won three out of seven rounds in the U-10 Girls category. She was also part of the four-member team from SAI International School to win the first prize in the CBSE National Girls Under 17 Individual Chess Championship 2018 held at Gwalior from November 1 to 4, 2018.

Apart from that, the talented girl represented Odisha in several other competitions. This year, she won the first prize (U-12 category) in the Open Fide Rating Chess Tournament 2019, held at Tripura from March 26 to 30. She also won the first prize in the Under 11 category, in the Odisha State (U-13) Open and Girls Chess Championship 2019 held at Phulbani from April 11 to 13, 2019.

She represented the State in the 8th National School Chess Championship, held at Raipur from April 3 to 7, where she secured the 37th position. She also qualified to participate in the Triple ‘C’ all India Open Rating Championship 2019, held at Cuttack from April 17 to 21 and got the 5th position.

Playing Chess is extremely helpful in brain development, particularly when it is played regularly from a very early age. It not only teaches the importance of being disciplined in life, but also improves self confidence and clarity of mind and mental dexterity.

SAI Leadership Trip 2019

“Leadership Camps are about growth and accomplishments.” – Anonymous

The Leadership Trip of SAI International School is held every year to build leadership qualities, team management, interdependence, discipline, critical thinking and problem-solving skills in students. This year, the trip commenced on Thursday, May 23, 2019 with thirty-four students along with two teacher co-ordinators visiting places like Shimla, Mashobra and Chandigarh.

During the eight days students will have an amazing time indulging in various adventurous activities and learning leadership skills. Camp fire, a visit to a nearby village to learn their culture and tradition, birding session along with a qualified naturalist, learning survival skills, visiting places of interest and many more will make the trip a really enriching one.

SAI Leadership Trip is organised every year to encourage holistic growth of students. The School tries to raise the bar for the students physically, socially and emotionally to create 21st century global citizens. These adventure camps help the students to discover their hidden potential and learn to tackle natural challenges, whereby enabling them to emerge as tenacious, trail-tested leaders with genuine confidence and a passion to achieve.



Conflict Management Workshop

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To be able to identify and handle conflict sensibly, fairly, and efficiently at work place it is important for the workforce to understand and work on their emotions. A workshop on Conflict Management was conducted by Shri Harish Sanduja, Principal, SAI International School on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Shri Sanduja outlined the process of limiting the negative aspects of conflict while increasing the positive side of it.

The main focus of this workshop was to enhance learning as a team work and improving the outcomes and effectiveness and performance of the School as a whole. He explained about the types of conflict and focused to understanding of the source of conflict and the different ways of overcoming those keeping in mind the type of conflict one is going through.

Shri Sanduja further guided the teachers and asked them to be empathetic towards children and parents and at times of disagreement with parents the teachers should make an effort to understand the parents’ point of view as well and try to resolve the issue with ease and compassion.



Chairman’s Session

“A great teacher who is full of excitement and love for her students can make all the difference in their lives.” – Deval Patrick

A workshop was conducted for the School Leaders from different segments of SAI International School on May 17 and 18, 2019. On the first day, an interactive session on School Process was discussed with Chairman Dr. Bijaya Kumar Sahoo.

Dr. Sahoo advised the teachers to include more of project-based teaching in to the teaching-learning process, give greater focus to students behavioural issues and make optimal use of technology while taking classes.

He also asked the teachers to thoroughly assess the exam reports and class performance of each student and accordingly devise personalised teaching strategies. He advised them to also give greater emphasis to sports classes and external competitions as well as make home assignments more concept-based.

On Saturday, May 18, 2019, Dr. Sahoo addressed the Head of Departments (HOD) of various subjects during an interactive workshop. He asked the teachers to make teaching more concept-based with practical and real-life examples to make teaching-learning process more interesting.

He also advised the teachers to enhance the 21st century skills of each student through innovative teaching methodologies and group discussion. He asked them to give emphasis to peer learning of teachers and encourage students for the same.


Workshop on enhancing English Grammar Skills

“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.” – Brian Herbert

A workshop was conducted for the English Teachers from Classes IV to X on Communicative Grammar practice through activities. Facilitator Ms. Swati Srilekha briefed the participants on how to strengthen learning grammar in the classroom.

Interesting activities were conducted like picking up a concept in grammar and sequencing it as per its different uses. It was followed by thoroughly discussing each specific use to give an in-depth understanding. Other activities conducted were peer teaching, team monitoring, be the boss etc., to enable the participants learn how to enhance grammar skills through systematic practice.


Workshop on Work Place Etiquettes

“Respect for ourselves guides our morals, respect for others guides our manners.” – Laurence Sterne

To create a positive work environment, it is crucial to adhere to a proper work place etiquette. A workshop on Work Place Etiquette was conducted by Shri Harish Sanduja, Principal, SAI International School on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Shri Sanduja outlined the various ways on how to maintain proper etiquette in a School.

He spoke on the importance of body language, proper attire, adhering to arrival time, being thoroughly prepared beforehand for events and meetings etc. As people often form impressions about others within seconds of meeting them, it is immensely important to make a good first impression and present oneself as a professional.

He also spoke on the need to avoid gossip and focus on proper communication. As communication forms an important part of work place etiquette, one should keep in mind on how to communicate with colleagues in meetings and during one-on-one conversations. He spoke on the importance of sending proper e-mails or any items of communication. The workshop also focused on proper use of mobile phones, the importance of talking in English, respecting others space etc.

Shri Sanduja said that as a teacher, one needs to be very careful with words and manners while dealing with parents and students. He asked the teachers to be attentive, avoid lecturing, listen to concerns, provide tangible solutions, not compare students and offer help only if one is able to keep up their word. He also asked the participants not to argue or whine and try to understand their side and try to be as neutral as possible. He said that limitations only live in the minds and as teachers one need to open up their mind to new ideas.

Workshop on Embedding Global Dimension into the curriculum

“Diversification and globalization are the keys to the future.” – Fujio Mitarai

SAI International School relentlessly strives towards becoming a Global Brand. The school has introduced the first of its kind curriculum for Global learning whereby giving plenty of international exposure to the students right from KG I to Class VIII.

A workshop was conducted on Wednesday May 15, 2019 to orient the teachers from Classes IV to VIII level, to work on the core skills and contribute in the whole school enrichment, bringing in global dimension into their classroom teaching learning system. Facilitator Ms. Binati Misra conducted a series of ice breaking sessions where she asked about how each teacher can contribute to make the school a global brand.

A group discussion was done on how international dimension can be embedded to the lesson plans of different subjects. Each group presented brilliant ideas about teaching their lessons with an international edge for better learning and engaging the students in the process, therefore making the teaching learning student centric and also helping the students think out of the box, reaching out to the world.

Varipus suggestions came forth from the participating teachers. A Mathematics teacher suggested a project-based activity to teach the metric system comparing the Indian system with that of the other countries. The Social Studies teachers also presented ideas on waste management across the Globe, parliamentary electoral processes of different countries etc. Interdisciplinary activities were also suggested by the teachers which they thought would help the students learn beyond the text book and also looking at the world from other perspective. Finally, a review was done on the use of the Global Studies curriculum in the session that just concluded.

Mathematics Workshop

“Pure Mathematics is, in its own way, the poetry of logical ideas.” – Albert Einstein

Mathematics is derived from the Greek word ‘Mathema’ which means knowledge, study or learning. The study of Mathematics plays an important role in the growth and development of the individual and society. The main characteristics of Mathematics study include logical thinking and intricate reasoning, that form the root of all progress not only of the subject but also of civilization as a whole.

A workshop on Mathematics was organised on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 for the teachers from Classes IV to VIII, on Ideal Maths Teaching.  The objective of the workshop was to brief the participants on the different methods of teaching Mathematics. Facilitator Shri Pabitra Kumar Debata briefed the participants on the need of Mathematics in Secondary level, different aspects of mathematics such as social, mathematical and application of mathematics. He also discussed various methods like analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction etc. Some enriching activities were conducted on teaching algebra by geometrical methods and how to inculcate a fondness for the subject among the students from an early age.

Mathematics is the mirror of civilization. It helps in the preservation, promotion and transmission of cultures. The workshop focussed on how to analyse a situation, how to come up with a decision, to check thinking and its results, to perceive relationships, to concentrate, to be accurate and to be systematic in our work habits.

Workshop on Conceptual Teaching

“I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” – Albert Einstein

An In-house capacity building workshop was organised on Conceptual Teaching for the teachers of SAI International School on Wednesday, May 16, 2019. Facilitator Shri Nilakantha Panigrahi, Sr. Vice Principal, SAI International School gave training on how to operate conceptual workshop by involving students in the teaching-learning process.

He outlined the importance of conceptual understanding in education and reinforced the learning through group activities. During various activities, the participants prepared conceptual workshop rubrics in an effective manner. They also made inter-disciplinary science subject demonstration where a teacher of chemistry taught physics or biology and vice versa.

Shri Panigrahi also demonstrated through mind maps and activities on how conceptual understanding supports retention. Through Bloom’s Taxonomy, he emphasised the importance of applications and analysis which enables children to retain the learning for a longer period of time. He asked the teachers to focus more on experiential or hands-on learning for the optimal benefit of the students. He said that conceptual learning is an educational method that centres on big-picture ideas and learning how to organise and categorise information. The method implies that concepts come first. Here focus is given more towards understanding of concepts, principles, theories, models, classifications etc through thoughtful mental activity.

Workshop on Ideal English Teaching

“A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience’s attention, then he can teach his lesson.”– John Henrik Clarke Re

A workshop on effective teaching strategies in English was conducted for the English Teachers from Classes IV to X at SAI International School.The objective of the workshop was to inculcate in the participants the best teaching approaches in English. The facilitator was Ms. Swati Srilekha.

The workshop aimed at involving the inattentive, lost, slow learners and attention deficit students through various innovative teaching approaches. It involved the creative and tested practices that are used to address such students. The methods included roleplay, grammar tree, word web, real life experiences, peer interaction etc.

For a teacher, teaching does not stop from the walls of the classroom, the process continues much beyond it. All the students in the classroom do not have the same level of understanding and so adhering to a particular strategy is never effective. It is the role of the teacher to understand the requirements of individual student and accordingly impart education.

Workshop on SAI Samskara

“When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.”Roy E Disney

A person’s integrity depends on his core set of values. Values like compassion, generosity, honesty, kindness, integrity, politeness, perseverance, self-control and respect are best inculcated during childhood. Passing on values to the children is a joint responsibility of both the parents and the teachers.

A workshop was conducted on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 on SAI Samskara for the teachers of Classes IV to VIII. The objective of the workshop was to find out various methods on how to effectively teach moral values to students. The participants shared their classroom experiences in a highly interactive workshop facilitated by Ms. Binati Mishra.

A vivid discussion was conducted on the changing behavioural pattern of children in the present day. The participants suggested various ways on how teachers can contribute in shaping our students’ Samskara. Transforming one child can be considered as a reward for a teacher. Motivating videos were shown to inspire the participating teachers.

Moral values guide children throughout their lives. It helps children to have peace within themselves and inspires them to contribute towards the society.

Workshop on Conducting Examination

“Any good teacher knows how important it is to connect with students and understand our culture.”Adora Svitak

A Workshop was organised for teachers from Classes IV to VIII on Regulations during Examination on Monday, April 29, 2019. The objective of the workshop was to acquaint the teachers on the rules and regulations as well as the role of teachers during examination.

Facilitator Ms. Sunita Mishra briefed the participants about their role as Invigilator, Reliever, Floor In-Charge, Flying Squad, In-Charge of Exam Control Room, Evaluator and Cross Checker. Various processes were discussed ‘Before’, “During’ and ‘After’ Examination. The detailed defined processes were discussed in case of mal practice of any child during examination.

Ms. Mishra also briefed the participants on how to follow the evaluation system and the steps involved during correction of answer sheets. Five different role plays were conducted to understand the repercussions in case of negligence of responsibilities of teachers or not following the defined process.

Examinations are held to evaluate students on their respective subjects and Teachers play a vital role in conducting the examination in a proper manner. A small negligence can lead to great error hence hampering a lot many things.

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Workshop on Understanding Children

“A child whose behaviour pushes you away is a child who needs connection before anything else.” – Kelly Bartlett

As part of the capacity building of teachers, a workshop on ‘Understanding Children’ was organised on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Facilitator Shri Harish Sanduja, Principal, SAI International School briefed about how to help children to have a goal or purpose of what they are learning, how to consciously decide to put what the students have to learn in their long-term memory through the process best suited and how to keep memory active by repeated retrieval that will help in sending info to permanent memory.

Shri Sanduja spoke about the individual role of the primitive brain and the neo cortex and how the constant tussle between the two impact the overall behaviour of an individual. To help the participants understand the children in a better way, he shared about the three main learning styles like visual, auditory and kinesthetics and the ways how each type of learner receives information and recall, their body language, type of breathing and the voice processing speed. He also elaborated on the three out of the five Representational Systems like visual system where one creates the internal pictures, visualize, daydream, fantasize and Imagine, t he Auditory System which is often a mixture of words and other sounds and the Kinesthetic System, which is made up of our internal and external feelings of touch and body awareness, including emotions.

He shared that children have individual differences and experience the world through their unique physiology. He advised the participants to observe the unique style of each child, and accordingly adapt expectation and align interaction, give them options that allow expression and appreciation and continue exploration till the reason for as particular behaviour is traced. He also spoke about some of the discipline strategies like assigning responsibilities, establishing a routine, taking away privileges etc.


Workshop on Atal Tinkering Lab

“Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” – Bill Gates

A two-day Workshop was conducted in the Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) of SAI International School for the Science Teachers on April 25 and 26, 2019. The objective of the workshop was to make the teachers familiar with the process of Tinkering and help create interest in Science and Technology through hands-on activities.

Facilitator Shri Bibhudatta Panda briefed the participants about the phases and pillars of tinkering. He also shared the Action Plan of ATL and the targeted major projects for the ensuing academic session.

Around twenty-one projects on the theme ‘Toys from Trash’ were demonstrated to help the teachers get an in-depth idea on how to make interesting scientific models from waste and readily available materials like fuse CFL bulb, CD disk, rubber band, plastic straw, cardboard etc. The Science teachers made projects like ‘Whirlpool’, ‘Aerofoil’, Coin Centrifuge’, ‘Radiometer’, ‘Balloon Driver’, ‘Capillary Rise’, ‘Electrostatic Paper Fan’ etc.

The participants also made 3D design and printing. They were given a 3D printed gift each as souvenir.

ATL is a work space where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on do-it-yourself mode; and learn innovation skills. It is an approach of Central government of India to create an environment of scientific temperament, innovation, creativity amongst Indian Students, a step towards a new India.