Workshops

Students between 5-18 years can be registered to attend Workshops and acquire new skills. Limited seats available. Registration will be on first-come- first serve basis.

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Workshop-banner_lego-duploLEGO Early Simple Machines 
By Rachita Chauhan
5-7 years | Maximum 9 participants
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NEW BATCH ADDED: 11am-12noon on December 16
Batch of 10am-11am is SOLD OUT

In this workshop students will develop a qualitative understanding of select mechanical principles. They will build models of simple machines and be made to think about how they work.
LEGO is an excellent educational tool and used across the world by thousands of  teachers to teach Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) to millions of  students. These workshops uses LEGO Education kits and international curriculum for hands-on learning.

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Workshop-banner_jewellery-makingMake Jewellery out of electronics Waste
By Ghana NB
7-18 years | Maximum 20 participants | December 15 & 16, 4.30pm – 6pm in the exhibition area

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In this workshop students will learn how to make jewellery from electronic waste. All students will make simple jewellery like a pair of earrings or pendant and take it back with them.

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Workshop-banner_lego-simple-poweredLEGO Simple and Powered Machines
By Bumi Trueman Doley
8-11 years | Maximum 12 participants
NEW BATCH ADDED: 3pm-4.30 pm on December 16
Batch of 1pm-2.30 pm is SOLD OUT!
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Students create complex structures and models that cover concepts such as: force, motion, measuring, energy and structures. Using motors they will make working models of simple machines than make work easier.

LEGO is an excellent educational tool and used across the world by thousands of teachers to teach Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) to millions of students. These workshops uses LEGO Education kits and international curriculum for hands-on learning.

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Workshop-banner_origamiOrigami by Classmate
By Manish Das
10-15 years | Maximum 15 participants | December 16, 3pm – 4.30pm in exhibition area

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Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding to make different objects. The aim of the workshop is to learn how to make flying objects out of paper with the help of origami.

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Workshop-banner_crochetCrochet
By Sharon Ishika Ghose
10-18 years | Maximum 5 participants | December 16, 11.45am – 12.45pm in exhibition area

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For this workshop, students need to bring any length and any type of yarn you would like to use. Thread, wool, rope. The rest will be supplied. This is an introductory  workshop for students that covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to crochet – history and types of crochet
  • Crochet hooks and materials
  • Basic crochet stitches – hands on
  • How to read symbols and patterns

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Workshop-banner_lego-mindstorms-roboticsLEGO Mindstorms Robotics
By Bumi Trueman Doley
12-18 years | Maximum 15 participants | December 16, 10-11.30am and 1-2.30pm in conference room

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Students who are fascinated by Robotics and Mechanics will learn how robots work. Each student will create interactive robots using Lego Mindstorms EV3 kits. By the end of the course each student would have learned how to build and program a basic robot using sensors, motors, wheels, axles.

LEGO is an excellent educational tool and used across the world by thousands of teachers to teach Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) to millions of students. These workshops uses LEGO Education kits and international curriculum for hands-on learning.

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Workshop-banner_3D-Printing3D Printing
By Surajit Saha
12-18 years | Maximum 45 participants | December 15 from 5pm to 6pm and December 16, 11.45am – 12.45pm in conference room

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Remember how computers and internet changed our lives since early 1990s… 3D printing seems to be experiencing a similar renaissance. Most products we use today involve 3D printing in some way during the design cycle. Shoes, electronics, and even building designs make use of it. Even if you’ve never touched a 3D printer, you’ve possibly touched an object that was made possible because of 3D Printing.
This is an introductory workshop for students that covers the following topics:

  • What is 3D Printing?
  • Why you need know about 3D Printing?
  • Learn how a 3D Printer works.
  • What materials can be used for 3D printing?
  • What are the applications of 3D printing?
  • See a 3D Printer in action and get to touch and feel 3D printed objects.

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Workshop-banner_arduinoElectronics / Arduino
By Ashish Srivastava
12-18 years | Maximum 20 participants | December 16, 4.30pm – 6pm in conference room

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Arduino is an open-source electronics educational and development platform, and possibly one of the most popular in the world. Its is based on easy to use, flexible, hardware and software. Arduino is made for artists, designers, engineers, hobbyists and anyone with the slightest interest in programmable electronics. This is an introductory workshop, where students will learn how to sense the environment by reading data from various buttons, components and sensors. They will also learn how impact the  environment by controlling LEDs, motors, etc.

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