Abdul Rauf going to demo Water Rocket in Lahore Science Mela

Pakistan Science Club Exhibited Projects in Lahore Science Mela.

Lahore science mela 2017 held at 28 & 29 of January 2017 at Ali Institute of Education by Lahore University of Management Sciences in collaboration with Khwarizmi Science Society. From all the projects of Science Mela, the concept was the same that science is for all. A large number of science stalls, more than 70 from all over Pakistan were displayed there, some of them were Khwarizmi Science society, WWF Pakistan, UET Lahore, IBA Sukkur community colleges, LUMS, ROBO Kids, Science Fuse, COMSATS, PCSIR and many other.

In between all of them Pakistan Science Club and Dawood Foundation stalls were highlighting from Industrial Karachi. Pakistan Science Club and Dawood Foundation jointly presented the Fun Science Demonstrations and exhibited research based projects there. TDF sponsored for all the activities and PSC on behalf of the Dawood Foundation exhibited the projects at Lahore Science Mela. More than 10,000 people attended the event.

Lahore Science Mela 2017 Photo Gallery

Students with their families visited the stalls and showed their great interest in all of the activities; especially the most fascinating one was the Water Rocket Launching. The awareness documentaries presented by TDF on importance of wild and forest was remarkable and appreciated by all. Two documentaries entitled as Margalla Hills National Park and Chitral Goals National Park was presented in Ali Institute Auditorium. The brief description of the activities and projects displayed at Lahore Science Mela are as under:

There were two stalls adjacent to each other for Pakistan Science Club and TDF. One was for fun science demonstration and the other was for project display. Fun science demonstrations included different activities related to basic science phenomenon. These are briefly described below:

Fun Science Demonstration

Smoke Ring

Kids enjoyed Smoke gun in action

Water Rocket Challenge 2017 Updates

Pakistan Science Club brings the mega event for all karachiites"Water Rocket Challenge 2017" at "Dream World Resort" on Jan21,2017. This event is a unique opportunity for all Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics lovers of all ages. All Schools, Colleges, Universities and Hobbyists are warmly welcomed.

PSC Announces All Karachi Water Rocket Challenge 2017

PSC Announces All Karachi Water Rocket Challenge 2017

This year for the first time in Pakistan’s history, Pakistan Science Club is bringing the most awaited event in Karachi Pakistan The Water Rocket Challenge 2017 on 21st January 2017 at “Dream World. It is a very healthy and fun filled activity in which Participants will make a rocket by using carbonated bottle and launch it in the air.

 AlifAilaan and Pakistan Science club join hands for a nationwide campaign to promote math and science


In Pakistan, the literacy of science and mathematics is deeply challenged. Most of the students don’t take interest considering it boring. All this results in downward crust and leaving the youth less scientifically literate and takes youth away from research and development culture. The main reason for considering this deploring situation is the way science and mathematics is carried out.
Pakistan Science Club partner with Alifailan has launched a campaign in government schools involving students in science and mathematics (STEM) learning via interactive hands-on method in such a way that it can trigger the lifelong curiosity among students and instigate them to adopt the method to explore.

 Pakistan Science Club as per her tradition organizes 12thSummer Camp as Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Camp 2016. The STEM Summer Camp was a unique blend of Science and technology, engineering and mathematics by involving young souls in interactive and hands-on activities. Where learning, trill, fun and recreation made every day special.

The STEM Summer Camp 2016 was attended by students till K12. The students till K4 were camped as Little Scientists, The students till K7 were camped as Junior Scientists and the students till K12 were camped as Young Scientists.

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