To become a leading country in innovation and entrepreneurship, our children need to learn "the secrets" that can turn a country into a start-up nation. Our children are motivated to get good education to get a good job. This way their talent and innovative mind goes to neutral mode and they become part of the "get a good job" race.
We all must be aware of the changes happening around us rapidly and schools must produce the doers, makers and cutting-edge thinkers that the society so desperately needs. Entrepreneurship empowers students to identify social problems affecting their peers, their campus, and the community at large in order to create innovative solutions that can positively impact people's lives.
At the same time, students can learn critical life skills such as problem-solving, brainstorming ideas, taking risks, facing failure and getting up again, setting goals, working together, and feeling comfortable to work individually. It will help students leverage their talents and tenacity to build a viable start-up.
We conduct interactive sessions and practical learning workshops in schools.
Design thinking is an innovative process, define a problem so you know what you're working towards, ideate to come up with possibilities to solve a problem, prototype and test the best ideas. Sometimes unplugging and grabbing the sticky notes can help unlock innovative ideas.
Discover & Ideate Critical Thinking
Prototype & Test Problem Solving
Prepare & Pitch Leadership Skills
It is a hands-on and fun way for kids to learn STEM concepts by letting them make their own robots.
Children are aware of only the relatively small number of occupations to which they are exposed. Learning about other occupations broadens their choices and increases the odds that they will be able to find suitable careers which they are more likely to enjoy and find satisfying in the long term. When they love the work they do, they are motivated, energised and confident, and will seize any opportunity that comes their way.
Face to Face interaction with budding entrepreneurs, Industrial Experts and Technocrats.