Pakistan Science club Announces Science, Engineering, Technology and Math (STEM ) Summer Camp 2016
Pakistan science club is introducing Science, Engineering, Technology and Math (STEM 2016) camp in summer vacations both in person and online to explore nature and science around for creative and science seeking students.
We offer different exciting innovative and hands on projects for students from different age groups and classes explaining laws of physics, various principles of engineering i.e. mechanical , electrical, and aeronautical engineering, use of technology and involvement of maths. It will be an amazing experience for students to see the science and logic behind the theories and scientific phenomenon which they have been taught in schools and colleges.
Pakistan Science Club wishes you a very Happy New Year. May this year bring you a lot of cheerfulness, well-being, contentment and accomplishment in life. 2015 had been the year of great achievements for us. It brought biggest success stories for us.
We have organized a good number of Teacher training program, Summer Camps, Activates, We have also organized competitions and training workshops
پاکستان سائنس کلب کب، کیسے اور کیوں بنایا گیا اور کیا کرتا ہے جانیے اس مضمون میں جو کے روزنامہ جناح کراچی میں شایع ہوا
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Team Pakistan Science Club qualifies for Intel National Science Fair 2015
Aiming to promote scientific culture via research, Pakistan Science Club Participated in Intel Sindh Provincial Science Fair 2015, Motivated by a great success at Intel ISEF 2014. Team PSC brought up two group projects and one Individual project at Intel Provisional Science Fair. All three projects were mentored by Mr. Abdul Rauf. President Pakistan Science Club,
President Pakistan science club trains on hands-on science activities teacher-in-service program (TISP) organized by IEEE, IBA Sukkur student branch
Pakistan Science Club aims to promote scientific culture in Pakistan. IEEE, IBA Sukkur student’s branch organizes teachers in service program conducted by Mr. Abdul Rauf, the president Pakistan Science Club.