Stem Education – Learning by Doing

Speaker Session by Meghna Bhutoria Are you concerned about your child’s dwindling interest or aptitude in Science & Maths? Well, you are not alone. There is a global crisis in Science & Maths Education. So how can your child escape? This session is about how to get your child interested in STEM subjects through hands-on learning. Meghna started MakersLoft … Continue reading Stem Education – Learning by Doing


Judging Schedule & Venue

Judging Round for Tinker Fest Creativity Competition Students who have been selected for the judging round of Tinker Fest competition are required to come along with their project for presentation to the jury on December 2 and 3. Please note, if you have participated as a team, then all the team members needs to be present … Continue reading Judging Schedule & Venue

Hands-on projects: an integral part for successful college admissions abroad 

Speaker Sessions by Manas K Majumdar Increasing number of students are applying to colleges abroad making the admission  process ever more challenging.  Outstanding academic record and extra-curricular  activities are a given.   Hands-on projects help to distinguish the applicant from rest of  the pool.  The projects demonstrate the applicant’s unique interests, aptitude and  accomplishments.   These qualities … Continue reading Hands-on projects: an integral part for successful college admissions abroad 

Surajit Saha

     Surajit teaches Lego Robotics and 3D designing softwares like AutoCAD, Inventor, Solid Works, CATIA at MakersLoft. Prior to joining MakersLoft he was a research scholar at CSIR-CMERI, Durgapur, an autonomous R&D organization. He designed and developed mechanical systems like micro robots, the wireless robot with micro-manipulator arm design, solar tree, in-pipe robot design, the … Continue reading Surajit Saha

Sharon Ishika Ghose

     Sharon is a self taught Crochet enthusiast. She is still learning, loves to teach and is fascinated by the multiple uses of crochet – art, sculpture, design and garments. Not forgetting mathematics! Yes mathematics