Fabrication Lab

3D printers, CNC machines and laser cutters, which could be used by the Students to design mechanical modules for their project.

Virtual Reality Lab

Virtual reality provides immersive 360 environments, used to enhance and complement the understanding.

STEM Workshop

Mechatronics Lab

Brings intelligence to the project with the help of microcontrollers, electronics, coding and assemble using tools.

Augmented Reality Lab

Augmented Reality is an interactive experience with real world which helps understand concepts like Human Anatomy, Solar System etc.

Primary 7 to 11 Years

Building a Foundation

An appropriate curriculum in the early years is one that encourages and motivates children to seek mastery of basic academic skills in the service of their intellectual pursuits.

Simple Machines

LEGO® Education Simple Machines use LEGO® bricks and creative activities to make interactive, exploration-based learning easier than ever to achieve.


FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. encourages the spirit of discovery in young children.

Curriculum Relevance

Through hands-on experimentation and prototyping, students can better understand why science is relevant to their futures and to the world. They’re given the chance to work in teams, brainstorm ideas, and come up with innovative solutions that lead them to discover the relevance and importance of science, engineering, and math.


Robotics is increasingly being considered as the fourth “R” of learning, “Reading, wRriting and aRithmatic” that modern-day students must understand to succeed in a highly competitive, technology-driven world.

Secondary 12 to 15 Years

Real World Applications

littleBits™ extends past the lesson by helping students understand the world around them. By recreating or reinventing technologies that they find interesting, students build independent thinking and creative problem solving skills for challenges in front of them.


Arduino™ and Micro:bit based DIY projects are the perfect way to share this learning experience with children, complete with hands on activities that promote learning basic electronics concepts. An impressive collection of flexible components allows you to develop any project.



Students participating in FIRST® LEGO® League focus on real-world science and technology questions or problems. They work together to design their own solution and build and code autonomous LEGO® MINDSTORMS® robots that perform a series of missions based on an annual theme.

Science Fair vs STEM Fair

Instead of Creating an erupting volcano, design a safe city plan for a city that is next to an active volcano.

Instead of testing the speed of a car on various ramps, investigate how different wheels might impact movement.

Advanced 15+ Years


A makerspace is an area inside a school, library or other public facility, which young people can use to apply digital skills to the real world, exploring ideas and making things collaboratively.


The AIY Voice/Vision Kit from Google lets you build your own intelligent camera that can see and recognize objects using machine learning. All of this fits in a handy little cardboard cube, powered by a Raspberry Pi.

Open Source

Open Source Learning Tools like Arduino™, Raspberry Pi®, Linux etc. will make STEM Possible for everyone.

Machine Learning

TensorFlow is an open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs. It is widely used in machine learning. Tensorflow is sometimes used as the computational backend to other AI software.

Image Processing

YOLO (You Only Look Once) is a way to do object detection. It is the algorithm behind how the code is going to detect objects in the image.

Make 3D Printer

Build your own Open Source 3D printer with a low budget DIY 3D printer kit.

Learning by Doing

The combination of physical construction with computer science and coding is rooted in pedagogy.

The deepest levels of learning, according to Bloom's Taxonomy, happen when students are constructing, creating, and getting hands-on with learning materials.

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines science, technology, engineering and mathematics in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.


It’s a Fun Education

One of the most overlooked aspects of STEM education is that there are lots of students out there who get enjoyment and a sense of accomplishment from it.

It’s Very Hands-On

Experiential Learning, STEM is very hands-on, and skill based. Hand in hand with the consideration above, STEM learning classes require students to do things with their hands to discover specific knowledge or to develop particular skills.

It Challenges Students

Giving students challenges sets them up for life, as they'll learn how to think their way around a problem and try out solutions.

Watch Quick Introduction to STEM


Inventor Space
LEGO Education
Google AIY
CUE Robot
Little Bits
BBC Micro:Bit

About Us

We are a next-generation education company who would like to reform the way kids learn and make them future ready. We are a passionate team of people who would like to be a stepping stone in your kid's journey who could be a Scientist or an Engineer or a Maker in this world. We would like to spark the curiosity in your kid and make them look at STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) with interest. Our system encourages logical thinking, problem-solving and collaborative teamwork with loads of fun.