Abhyudaya has set up the first of its kind STEM ( Science Technology Engineering Maths ) Laboratory on 26/7/2023 at T S Subbanna Sarvajanika High School ,Mysore.
In the gracious presence of Shri Ganapathi Hegde (KKSS Secretary), Dr. Chandrashekhar (Trustee of T S Subbanna Sarvajanika High School), Shri Rajanna, Prof. Vasanthamma, Shri Nagu Nayak, Shri Harish (the chief guest of this program ) , Shri Nataraju (Headmaster of the school) , School management , Shri Satish, Shri Guru, Shri Sidde Gowdru, Shri Shyamsundar, Shri Ganesh, Smt Aarthi.
The core Abhyudaya team members who initiated and implemented the STEM Lab Shri Bellur Paneendra, Incharge of Mysore Abhyudaya, Shri Manish, the coordinator of Mysore Abhyudaya and Shri Murali, STEM Lab Trainer were also present.
On this occasion Shri Ganapathi Hegde, Secretary of KKSS has educated on the importance of environmental conservation. Prof. Vasanthamma spoke about the significance of human values and education while addressing the students. Shri Rajanna expressed the greatness of Shri T S Subbanna ( the founder ) who worked to provide a better education for the economically weaker sections and also said that the students should use these facilities for the betterment of the society.
T S Subbanna Sarvajanika High School STEM Laboratory Consists- Compound Microscope, Telescope Brass, Solar Lunar Eclipse Model, Human Torso Model, Skeleton Model With Stand, Geometrical Box Wooden, Solar System Model, Day And Night Model, Human Model – Heart, Ear, Eye, Brain, Lungs, Digestive System, Respiratory System, Heart Pump, Newton’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd Law Model, Junior Kit Mathematics, etc.
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING and MATHEMATICS are called STEM . This education focuses on developing students’ skills and preparing them as budding scientists for the better Nation. Practical experiments are done here similar to Atal Tinkering Lab. Now Robotics and electronics are also a part of STEM.
Abhyudaya has set up STEM labs in 42 schools across India, including Jammu & Kashmir, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka. Abhyudaya’s main objective is to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and quality education by developing science, engineering and math skills through these labs using technology.
Keshav Kripa Samvardhana Samiti (KKSS) registered under the Societies Act of Karnataka in 1963, carries out various service activities as an NGO. Abhyudaya, a brainchild of KKSS, started its first Free Learning Center (FLC) in 2004 with 12 students. Every year, Abhyudaya provides free academic training to more than 4000 students. With a view to a sustainable society and the future of the country, more than 160 Learning Centers (FLCs) are being imparted to the students in villages and service settlements by creating awareness about life skills-values and health and cleanliness through activities. Socially disadvantaged children, their families and communities are at the center of prosperity as education needs to be holistic. We believe that it is our duty to educate children in the interest of our society and country.