5 December 2022

Meerut : In a first-of-its-kind initiative, mini-science laboratories have been set up in government upper-primary schools in Meerut using gram panchayat funds to teach robotics, artificial intelligence, and chemistry among other subjects to students. Children in classes IV to VIII can now learn elementary science here with a “hands-on ” approach.

District project manager of the Meerut Panchayati raj department, Akshay Sharma, said, ” One of the labs has been set up in the government composite school, Mohiuddinpur in Meerut to help kids learn elementary science by doing small experiments. ” The science lab has been named ” Adharshila “. Similar mini-science labs have also been set up simultaneously in 14 more government schools in the district. There is a plan to set up such labs in around 100 government schools in the district, Sharma said.

government schools to teach robotics
government schools to teach robotics

Each mini-science lab is equipped with a digital microscope, small robots, science models, models of satellites, an electronic PH meter, and various apparatuses required for doing practicals. The initiative is the brain-child of chief development officer Shashank Chaudhary and has been implemented in the district under his guidance and supervision.

Master trainer Ashutosh Vashishth, a B Tech degree holder, imparted training to around 100 teachers of government composite schools. He taught them ways in which they could help students complete little experiments. Children are introduced to drones and artificial intelligence in the labs. They are introduced to the li-fi technology, to transfer data through light waves.

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