Jodhamal School participates in Edu Tech Summit in Gurugram

JAMMU: Jodhamal Public School sent a team of five students namely Aarushi Gupta, Abhishek, Arsh Mir, Akanksha Sharma and Shagun Gupta along with their teacher Mubeen Butt, to the Edu Tech Summit 2018, organised by The Mahatattava, at Sushant School of Design, Ansal University, Gurugram. 

The students got the golden opportunity to be a part of the different workshops which were a great source of learning for them.

Design Thinking - The creative way of solving problems and being successful.
Weaving Workshop - The basics of weaving and how the principles apply to develop algorithms
Screen Printing Workshop - Using modern technology in the form of digital recording to enhance traditional printing methods
Ceramic Workshop - How traditional making can be enhanced by basic robotics
Visual Communication - Developing your hand drawing skills by using pixelated imaging.

These Workshops provided the students to explore various aspects of design thinking and also to interact with more than 200 participants from across the country.

Amongst the other participating schools were The Mayo College Girls School Ajmer, The Heritage Experiential Learning School Gurugram, Mahatma Gandhi School, Ahmedabad, Sanskriti School, New Delhi, DPS Greater Faridabad etc.

The Principal Trilok Singh Bist appreciated the students for availing this opportunity to the best of their potential and also ensured that many more such opportunities shall be put forth by the school which shall enable students and their mentors in becoming knowledgeable and competitive responsible students.

Deepti Sahni and Usha Pathania of Mahatatvva are doing a great service to the nation by organising such workshops in different parts of the world. Recently Deepti was invited by the Finland Government to introduce her design thinking Edutech Summit for the Teachers and Head Teachers of Finland.

Trilok Singh Bist said that now, more than ever, creativity and innovation have become critical skills for achieving success and to make the kids learn more about how can they incorporate Design Thinking at their school such workshops are very fruitful. India has so much of the resource available but to explore it for the interest of the future stakeholders of the country the schools have to grab such opportunities for their students and teachers to make the education the holistic in the true sense.

Bist said that Trustee Nandan Kuthiala's unconditional support in this respect is praise worthy and this is one of the reasons why Jodhamal is souring great heights with each passing day.

He also complimented the parents of Jodhamal Public School for being very supportive with International Tours, Domestic Tours, MUNs, Debates, Workshops, Sports, Games or F1 Car Challenge & in each activity we find our parents encouraging their kids and that is what makes a school a "Great Place to Study" as awarded to Jodhamal at the House of Commons London at UK this year.


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