Karmajhiri M.P. Workshops

Energy Workshop by Leaps and Bounds

November 28, 2013 • Posted in: Karmajhiri M.P. Workshops, News, Workshops

Today with the finiteness of our resources more obvious than ever, it’s imperative to understand our energy usage – how we make it, store it, use it and how we can conserve it.

Taking Readings

Taking Readings

The students learnt all about renewables, made vegetable batteries and worked with gadgets powered by ‘clean sources’ of energy. They measured the outputs given by solar panels in different conditions to understand how their E-Base works.

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Simply Science: Workshop by TIFR

October 17, 2013 • Posted in: Karmajhiri M.P. Workshops, News, Workshops

To introduce students in schools at the Karmajhiri side of the Pench Tiger reserve to simple scientific concepts, professors from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) conducted a hand- on entertaining workshop.

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‘Fun With Water’: Workshop by Curiouscity

October 3, 2013 • Posted in: Karmajhiri M.P. Workshops, News, Workshops

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With topics ranging from distribution of animals in the oceans, the physical and chemical properties of water, ice and steam, water as a conductor, water as a source of energy, and the power of water to the history of water use over the ages, this interactive and experimental session was a fun space for the students to explore everything to do with Water.

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‘Tiger, Tiger, burning bright’: Workshop on Tigers by Pooja Choksi

September 21, 2013 • Posted in: Karmajhiri M.P. Workshops, News, Workshops

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Even though the students in the forest villages of Tikadi, Paraspani and Sarrah live around the Pench Tiger Reserve, very few of them have actually seen a tiger or know about its behaviour.

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Welcome to Antarctica once again!: Workshop by Leaps and Bounds

September 16, 2013 • Posted in: Karmajhiri M.P. Workshops, News, Workshops

The world’s first E-Base was set up by revolutionary Robert Swan in the Antarctic. The only other E-Base in the world exists in the very middle of India in Pench, Madhya Pradesh. The students of the forest villages of Tikadi, Paraspani and Sarrah were delighted by their first trip to the E-base in Turia.

Making the students locate Antarctica on the globe

Making the students locate Antarctica on the globe

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