To learn advanced topics through creativity, enabling them to comprehend different scientific theories easily and make their students learn these theories and experiments with ease, a three-day workshop on “Hands-on Science Activities” organised by the State Council for Science, Technology & Environment (SCSTE), HP, under Science Popularisation Programme begins at District Institute of Education & Training (DIET) Reckong Peo, Kinnaur.
Kinnaur Deputy Commissioner Dr Naresh Kumar Lath said the objective of the workshop was to train science teachers in schools located in far-flung tribal areas where there was no Internet and mass media facility.
Dr BK Tyagi, Scientist E, Vigyan Prasar, said the SCSTE HP had been involved in science popularisation programmes since its inception in 1986 and had a wide outreach through science popularisation programmes.
Nearly 20,000 child scientists from 5,000 schools participated in Children’s Science Congress programme every year. The workshop is introducing 50-60 science graduate/ post graduate teachers from tribal regions of Kinnaur district.
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