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Workshop on Arduino Programming and its applications

Nehru Science Centre announces a 3 day workshop on Arduino Programming and its applications. The participants will be provided hands-on training to build electronics projects using Proximity sensor, Human movement detector etc. 

Eligibilty: Students from 9th to 12th std

Dates: Dec 25 - 27, 2018

Time: 11.00 am - 4.00 pm  Break 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm 

Material cost: Rs. 2500/-

Student will take home the project built by them.

Max seats : 10 only

Last date for registration: 16th December 2018

Registrations forms are available at NSC education section.

Interested participants may please confirm the participation by paying the cost of material along with filled up form.

Other activities for the students are organized at Innovation Hub on every Saturday (Integrated science) and Sunday (Robotics) for four hours during 11.00 AM to 4.00 PM. We have designed a curriculum for these students for 3 months duration (approx. 40 - 44 hours)


The components of the Integrated Science curriculum are:

1.         An inquiry based, Hands-on science learning approach

2.         Real life problem identification & solution finding, carrying out investigative types of projects under the guidance of experts and mentors.

3.         Activities on thinking out-of-the-box, Idea generation and to understand the power of collaboration.

4.         Design challenges, Kabad se Jugad (Toys from trash), Tod Fod Jod (Dismantle and assemble simple household gadgets) and many other exciting activities.


The components of Robotics curriculum are:

1.     Kits used by students: Lego Mindstorm NXT and EV3 kits

2.     The basics of assembly of robots

3.     The basic concepts of programming

4.     Use of sensors

5.     Real life problem identification & finding solution using robotics.


For any further information and details you may contact us on 2493 2667 ext. 216, 217, 218, 219 or write to us on


Contact person: 

Ms Manjula Yadav, Education Officer, 022-24932667 ext. 242, 216, Email :

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