Goa’s Chief Minister, Dr Pramod Sawant inaugurates Mini Science Centre
Goa’s Chief Minister – The Mini Science Centres, which were created in collaboration with STEM Learning, currently house cutting-edge models, experiments, and instruments to help students study science and mathematics in more effective and engaging ways.
Science skills must be cultivated at a young age. Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant, speaking at the inaugural ceremony, stressed that youngsters must have an early interest in science and technology.
“With the introduction of many new concepts in the realm of science, it is necessary to provide youngsters with opportunities to employ a variety of methodologies,” Sawant explained.
With a favourable outlook on new learning techniques, the Hon’ble Chief Minister praised STEM Learning’s efforts to provide best-in-class teaching aids to government schools across Goa.
‘STEM is vital because it pervades every aspect of our life,’ he said during his speech. Engineering is not only used to create simple roads and bridges, but it also handles the issues of changing global weather while providing environmentally friendly modifications to families, and Mathematics is in every career; every activity we perform in our life.”
The Mini Science Centre encourages kids to thrive in STEM fields, training the next generation to contribute to the country’s economic progress.
The firm has 80 interactive Math and Science labouring examples and has reached out to more than 100,000 kids so far.
STEM Learning seeks to offer cutting-edge solutions. STEM Learning seeks to create innovative solutions that improve people’s lives, with the mission of “making the world a brighter place.” Science education in India is currently confronting a number of issues.
Our inability to supply schools with labs and equipment to use while teaching science has been a major issue since independence. Mini Scientific Centres are a strong and unique instrument for revolutionising science education and making it more accessible to a wider audience.
Science Center Inaugurated by Goa’s Chief Minister
In Goa, there are 26 schools with STEM Learning Mini Science Centers.
“STEM Learning organized its evidence in Goa by creating Mini Science Centres in 26 schools with the backing of several corporate clients, benefiting over 87 educators and 5883 children over five years,” Ashutosh Pandit, CEO, STEM Learning, asserted.
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