We involve students in various projects of application of robotics in space such as space rovers, aeroponics, and space city.
Students create radio controlled aircrafts and drones and take part in various competitions and airshows.
Students learn to make recoverable and reusable model rockets from our expert mentors for the first time in India.
We engage students in various astronomy tours where they learn to use and operate robotic telescopes spread across the globe.
Space is the new ‘Silicon valley’. Space tech is an industry which is valued at $440 Billion and expected to grow into a few trillion dollars creating 2.5 million jobs within a few years. India holds 2% of the share in the global space business and is expected to grow to 10% in the near future. With opening of the private sector, ISRO sees start-ups as the new industry partners, the potential future players who can contribute to the space economy and will work closely with the Indian space department to become more competitive with other global space players. This will also encourage foreign companies to tie up with Indian companies in the space sector. Evidently a sector this promising requires skilled professionals and budding young minds to work together towards a sustainable goal.Read More
'Black Hole Mysteries' is an e-talk delivered by Professor Partha Sarathi Majumdar in the great occasion of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics. The talk was attended by over 1500 students, researchers and numerous distinguished professors from all across India and abroad.
If you are a representative of a school / college and want your pupils to get “Space-ready”, we would love to provide the service.
School and College Ambassadors [Students having good communication skills who want to educate his/her classmates on Space, can surely contact us! We would love to hear from you!]contact us
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