Atal Tinkering Lab in Chandel inaugurated
he students of class IX and X were given a demonstration session by visiting teachers from EduLife, India.
Updated on 30 Nov 2021, 1:23 pm
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An inaugural function for Atal Tinkering Lab was organised on Monday at Angam Memorial School Liwachangning, Chandel where the school received additional science laboratory equipment as a part of flagship initiative of Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), Government of India under Niti Aayog and powered by EduLife India.
Principal Angam Memorial School (AMS), Jeksha Thumliti expressed her gratitude to all the dignitaries, students of class IX and X, parents who have attended the function. “The new science equipment is a blessing from God. May it be helpful for the students to prosper not only in academic theory but practically also,” she said.
The inaugural function was attended by deputy commissioner Chandel M Rajkumar as chief guest. ZEO, Chandel Langhu Mojesh Anal; founder, EduLife India Thokchom Mirtamjoy Singh and president SUR, Ng Gilbert were the guests of honour.
Mayanglambam Rajkumar in his speech congratulated the school and encouraged the student community to be more passionate in their quest for knowledge. He shared his school learning days and narrated his experiences. Learning according to him is interesting and enjoyable if one puts their mind and efforts more seriously. “Learn with understanding and be thorough with what you have learnt,” he concluded.
Later, after the inaugural function, the students of class IX and X were given a demonstration session by visiting teachers from EduLife, India.
Atal Tinkering is a technology to encourage students to think creatively in an innovative and practical way. The company is based in Bangalore and other eight centres in India.