Online STEAM camp for students on May 4


Staff Reporter

LearnObots, an educational software company has planned to arrange an online Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Camp on May 4 (Monday) to keep the students engaged in fruitful learning activities during the prevailing lockdown situation in the country.
This will be the second such camp being arranged for the students to utilize their time in a constructive way. While the initial camp was arranged on April 27 with participation of a number of students. The third camp will be arranged on June 01.
The LearnObots company is located at Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) in National University of Science and Technology (NUST). According to an official source, the course has been designed to impart practical skills about latest tools among the students with use of new technologies. The virtual classes under this camp will help the students explore the skills of Digital Animations, Coding, Electronics, Robotics, DIY STEAM Projects, Game Development and Blogging.
The students aged between 8-14 are eligible to register for this camp. The online STEAM camp will serve as a platform for like-minded kids around the globe where they can collaborate with each other and can Think, Explore and Make with assistance from our trainers online.

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