Birla Public School (BPS) recently organised an inauguration ceremony of Atal Tinkering Lab at Basant Kumar Birla Auditorium. The lab was inaugurated by P Kumaran, Ambassador of India. Kumaran said, “Big innovations have always changed the course of history”. He visited the laboratory and appreciated the advanced technology exhibited and used by the students. He also congratulated the school for taking a big leap in the area of research.
Atal Tinkering Labs has dedicated work spaces where students of Grade VI-XII can learn innovative skills and develop ideas that are expected to transform the world of science and technology. The laboratory in Birla Public School is powered to acquaint students with state of the art equipment including 3D printers, robotics electronics development tools and sensors.
Lukose K Chacko, Chairman of the BPS School Board, welcomed the gathering and said, “Trifles make perfection but perfection doesn’t make trifle”. He motivated the young Birlites to go ahead with their ideas and create history. Dr Mohan Thomas, Director of the governing body of BPS, in his address, promoted the extensive use of artificial intelligence as it is set to replace human labour in the near future. A P Sharma, welcoming the audience said, “This lab will provide the students a combination of Tinkering, Robotics and Stem.”
Vijairam G, Aniket Panda, Philip George, Aravind Kannan R, Rahul Meher, Rutaj Dash, Aaron John Thomas, Rahul Mahajan and Roshan Sunil Thomas, senior students of BPS, presented innovative projects at the event. Tanshqa Singh and Roshan Sunil Thomas, students of Grade XII, emceed the programme. Akshara S P, Teacher of Computer Science at BPS, spoke about the lab and its objectives. Litty Jacob, Head of Department of Computer Science, proposed a vote of thanks.
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