Science Department conducted Advocacy Program on STEM

Today, Science Department conducted advocacy program on STEM. The participants involved were classes IX, X, XI science and XII science students and teachers.

The program is intended to transform a child’s curiosity into the beginnings of a scientific mind and to develop STEM skills, giving them the confidence to apply their STEM knowledge and skills in their future.

STEM is important because it teaches critical thinking skills and instills a passion for innovation. Beyond the benefit of learning science, technology, engineering, and math, STEM assists in the problem-solving and exploratory learning that fuel success across a variety of tasks and disciplines.