The Little Innovators Club


The fourth activity of the Little Innovators Club was held on 25 th November2023. The attendance for the activity this time was lean. Out of 48 only 25 members attended the club activity. The members along with the teachers boarded the bus at 8 AM and moved to a place called ‘Karagir’. The institute itself had a well-maintained placing that was excellent for intellectual activities. The stunning green surroundings and tranquil atmosphere provided an ideal setting for learning that enhanced every aspect of the experience. The institute’s focus to establishing an ideal atmosphere for learning was obvious from its inception.

The students assembled in a hall wherein they were asked to share their feedback of the two activities they had attended. Then, the students were divided into the same 6 groups and were oriented about the various work stations. The activity for the group was swapped. They now moved to a different lab activity than the one they attended during the first club activity.

Group 1 was assigned Carpentry. The students were introduced to the different tools and methods. The students learnt the use of hack saw to cut the piece of wood and then used a file to give it a proper shape and make it smooth. They also used the vertical drilling machine and then painted their master piece. The students were able to acquire some techniques of carpentry. This time the students completed making of a wooden robot.
Group 2 was very excited when they learnt that they would learn to repair a bicycle.  At the beginning volunteers explained the history of the motor bike and bicycle. Each part of the two vehicles was explained clearly such as types of breaks, oiling, and greasing etc. The pleasure of having learnt to repair the bicycle and understand the various parts of the motorbike was very interesting for the students. From this activity, they learnt how to solve small problems related to bicycles easily and the mechanism of motorbikes. The students also
learnt about the usage of the various tools needed to repair a bicycle.
Group 3 moved to the Computer lab. The students took part in an intriguing app development activity on their third day at the Karigar Institute of Applied Learning. The day’s mission was to develop a calculator app, and the experience remained within them.

The activity of developing an app itself was fascinating and educational. The intricate nature of app design was clarified to students sequentially, from conception to implementation. Karigar Institute instructors showed an outstanding knack for clarifying complicated concepts so that students of different levels of ability were able to comprehend things.

The students cherished the activity’s well-structured approach, which enabled them gradually grasp the fundamentals of app development. The patience and willingness displayed by the instructors for responding to questions ensured that no one felt left behind, encouraging an informative and collaborative learning environment.

The fourth day at the Karigar Institute of Applied Learning was a resounding success. The combination of a conducive learning environment, engaging activity, and skilled instructors made it a memorable experience for all participants. The institute’s commitment to practical, hands-on learning was evident in the design of the app development activity, leaving students excited for the days to come in their educational journey at Karigar Institute.

Group 4 was assigned the electrical Lab. Here the students learnt about electrical components like resistors, potentiometer, capacitor, transistor, diode, inductor etc. The students here learnt about positive and negative charges. The activity today centred around electrics, where they had the opportunity to create stunning chain lights just in time for festivals like Diwali. This hands-on activity turned out to be an absolute delight and showcased the innovative and interactive approach that Karigar takes in its teaching methods. The students
were guided through the process with a perfect balance of expertise and encouragement, allowing them to learn by doing. It was truly refreshing to be part of a learning environment that values practical skills and creativity as much as theoretical knowledge. The chain lights activity is just one example of how Karigar goes above and beyond to make learning engaging, relevant, and fun. They were also permitted to carry their work to school.

The students and the teachers thoroughly enjoyed this experience. We are all looking forward to the next club activity.

Report by
Mrs. Nidhi Jain

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