Young sci­en­tists in Nerul, San­pada can also en­rol for Tech Shik­sha

Hindustan Times ST (Mumbai) - HT Navi Mumbai Live - - NAVI MUMBAI - Sang­hami­tra Sen­gupta sang­hami­tra.sen­[email protected]­dus­tan­

NAVI MUM­BAI: There is good news for young sci­en­tists in the city as sci­ence club Tech Shik­sha will be con­duct­ing classes in Nerul and San­pada from next week.

Af­ter Vashi, Kharghar and the re­cently started branch at the NRI Com­plex in Sea­woods, the club is all set to groom sci­ence en­thu­si­asts in Nerul and San­pada as well.

While t he Ner ul cen­tre will con­duct sci­ence cl ub ses­sions ev­ery Wed­nes­day at the Lan­guage Club, Nerul, be­tween 5pm and 7pm, classes in San­pada will held at the Anurag Ed­u­ca­tional In­sti­tute from 4pm to 6 pm, eve r y Wed­nes­day. Th­ese ses­sions are aimed at stu­dents from Class 6 to Class 9.

“We have al­ready en­gaged with chil­dren in sev­eral nodes of the city, but we want to cover the en­tire city. Stu­dents can join level one which fo­cuses on dif­fer­ent as­pects of sci­ence from ba­sic physics, ma­chines, elec­tro­mag­netism, as­tron­omy, aero mod­el­ing, en­gines, the chem­istry around us, en­ergy and en­vi­ron­ment and biology. Af­ter that they will move to level 2, which is the elec­tron­ics club. Stu­dents from Class 8 can join level 3 di­rectly,” said Amit Modi, found­ing mem­ber of the club.

The sci­ence club will also start its sec­ond elec­tron­ics club at the Vashi cen­tre. A sim­i­lar club in Kharghar had re­ceived tremen­dous re­sponse from stu­dents who built dif­fer ent cir­cuits for light alarms, a bur­glary alarm and LEDs.

“The elec­tron­ics club is a great plat­form for chil­dren to learn about re­sis­tors, diodes, LED, tran­sis­tor and ca­pac­i­tors. Chil­dren will also learn to build cir­cuits us­ing th­ese elec­tronic com­po­nents,” he said.

The main mo­tive of the club is to get chil­dren to in­ter­act with each other, and to help clear their con­cepts in sci­ence in a sys­tem­atic way. The club will also or­gan­ise reg­u­lar ex­hi­bi­tions to keep chil­dren en­gaged and to en­cour­age them to cre­ate their own gad­gets

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