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MAKERS Edition 2 Virtual Summer Camp


Meet Our STEM Ambassadors of the month (April '21)

JOHN COLLINS -The Paper airplane guy

John Collins had been a professional in television since 1979, working as a creative director, executive producer, live television director, camera operator, news graphics supervisor, voice-over artist, and in other capacities, when he designed a paper airplane in 2012 that broke the world record for distance flown. The record still stands, and Collins, whose original designs have since been published in three books (with tear-out planes to fold and fly), translated into German, Russian, and Chinese, is now the world’s foremost paper airplane expert. His designs are recognized around the world; one was featured in the film Paper Planes (2015), which dramatized an Australian boy’s quest to break the world record. In 2016, Collins turned paper airplanes into a full-time career, launching the National Paper Airplane Contest and providing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education programs to aviation and space museums, science museums, libraries, and schools across the U.S.


Abhijeet Satani


Being fascinated by the mysteries of the human mind, Abhijeet Satani started to link diversified subject matters like mathematics, philosophy and design, principles of physics into medical sciences and tried to incorporate these links into his robotics and brain–computer interface (BCI) experiments. Over 7 years of research, Satani successfully created a brain–computer interface (BCI). Satani also worked on solving brain related diseases such as –Paralysis by developing and successfully testing an exoskeleton that works on the principle of Electromyography. For Polio – he is in the process of recording EEG wave pattern to develop a solution.


Dr. Sonali Dasgupta

Research Scientist

An alumni of IIT Delhi, Sonali has worked in academic and corporate research at world-renowned international labs and disruptive technology hubs across Europe and USA, for more than a decade. She has over 100 research publications in international journals and conferences.


Ritu Rathod

Language Coach

Ritu Rathod is a mentor to children and teaches them how to learn. In creative writing and speaking, she coaches students to emphasize on narrative craft and use of powerful vocabulary. She owns a masters degree and has taught both in Mumbai and New York for last 30 years.

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Mondays & Thursdays,

APR 1 - APR 29

FEES : INR 2000/-

WEEK I & ii

Inventions & Discoveries

Learn about famous inventors and inventions through experimenting, analysing, discussing and testing.


Fun with Electronics & STEM Toys

Step into the world of electronics through fun activities and build your own STEM Toys, like a true MAKER.


Build your own project with the help of mentors and present it during the MAKERS' hour.


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Mondays & Thursdays,

MAY 1 - MAY 31

FEES : INR 2000/-

WEEK I & ii

Engineering & Aerodynamics

Learn about Aeroplanes and basic Engineering Principles that you come across in day to day life.


Around the World

A STEM Journey around the world. Gain knowledge about the countries in the worls through STEM activities and discussions.


Build your own project with the help of mentors and present it during the MAKERS' hour.

April - MAY


Saturdays & Sundays

FEES : INR 2000/-

Scratch - Level I

Introduce your children to the world of Programming through this visual Programming Language, to boost their logic and problem solving ability.

Scratch - Level II

For the little coders who have mastered the Basics of Scratch, we present challenging projects and Games.


Take your child's Programming Skills to the next level by introducing text programming - Python.

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