Last year a similar program called “3030 STEM” received nearly one million views on their online platform and became popular among students, teachers and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) enthusiasts.
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The online session of ‘30030 Eklavya’ will be held every Sunday afternoon from 23rd September. The program will touch on science and math curriculum topics for grades six through twelve and help in the conceptual understanding of difficult subjects through interesting questions. “Episodes will cover the curriculum with interesting contexts and stories. For example, the first episode of Newton’s Loss of Motion will talk about why Neeraj Chopra threw a spear at 36 degrees and Paris Cannon launched a cannonball at 55 degrees. ) Its head Manish Jain said a projectile moves a distance of 5 degrees.
The Paris guns were long-range German blockade guns used to bomb Paris during World War I.
“Another episode of Force will talk about a force working in a drop of water coming out of a drop (which you can make yourself) and whether it goes in a spiral or parabolic path.
“The episodes will be a combination of science as well as mathematical concepts. In another episode, there will be a discussion about pies in a straight line and how you can find these miraculous numbers on the sidewalk pages,” he added.
Jain explained that the goal of the program is to learn creativity, thinking outside the box, conceptual understanding and “how to learn”.
“With the rise of AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning, future jobs will require qualification-based education and these high-quality skills, which cannot come from today’s conventional root learning. He said.
The National Education Policy (NEP), 2020, calls for drastic and much-needed reforms in the education system. Jain said implementing it could seem daunting for school teachers and administrators.
“CBSE and IIT-Gandhinagar are trying to fill this gap through ‘Eklavya’ series, discourage NEPs and show how the policy can be effectively implemented in schools. In that light it will help our teachers and students to register and participate in this program.” Added.
The series will feature numerous activities, projects and models that help in the conceptual understanding of difficult topics; Interesting questions, assignments that are creative thinking out of the box and inspirational DIY project videos using local elements that relate to the curriculum with life.
“The content will be of different levels and will include science and math curriculum subjects for grades six to twelve.
“Therefore, students in this class should take this opportunity to register and participate for clarity of concept and enjoyable learning. It will not only help in exams but also help students to develop scientific mood, run their lives better and make informed decisions,” he said. Gaurab Kumar Yadav, co-founder of CCL.
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