Bengaluru NGO strives to inculcate interest in Science among students

  • | Tuesday | 10th September, 2019

He has volunteered to teach students for a couple of hours on Saturdays as part of Shikshan. Assistant DRDO researcher Vinod Kartavya formed a group to help other government school students learn the basics of computers and Science. The Indian Literacy Project developed science kits and Samarpan Trust by the Infosys foundation gave five schools one kit each. Senior DRDO scientist Srinivasan said that more than teaching Science as a career option, they were trying to instill a scientific temper in students. The five science kits to be installed at this school will be donated by the Bengaluru Political Action Committee headed by Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw.

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