Atal Tinkering Lab

Preparing 21st Century Skills

ATL is a strategy used by the Indian central government to foster a culture of innovation, creativity, and a scientific mindset among Indian students. The new India is one step closer with this. The Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) has been established at NITI Aayog by the Indian government. AIM suggests supporting the construction of a network of ATAL Tinkering Laboratories (ATL) in recognition of the need to foster a scientific mindset and foster a spirit of creativity and curiosity in young minds. This program's goal is to cultivate in young minds a sense of wonder, imagination, and creativity as well as to instill skills like design mentality, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing, etc.

The school is honored to have been chosen by Niti Aayog, the Indian government, to build "Atal Tinkering Laboratories" as part of the Atal Innovation Mission. Only 257 schools from throughout the nation were chosen out of more than 13000 applicants following five difficult rounds of selection.

Young brains can mold their ideas through practical do-it-yourself mode at ATL while also learning innovation skills. Young children will have the opportunity to use tools and equipment to learn about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) principles. ATL would include instructional and learning 'do it yourself' kits and tools on science, electronics, robotics, open source microcontroller boards, sensors, and 3D printers as well as computers.

The primary goal of ATL is to encourage young minds to experiment and innovate in order to find solutions to issues they believe can be adequately addressed by the use of technology.

Young brains are encouraged to be curious, imaginative, and creative through ATL, which also instills skills like design mentality, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing, etc.

The lab exercises go beyond the usual curriculum and textbook learning in order to spark creative thinking. Students can explore future abilities like 3D design, computational thinking, adaptive learning, and artificial intelligence in the labs.

The lab is open to students from nearby schools and Shiksha Kendra as well. Numerous events, including contests at the local, state, and federal levels, exhibitions, workshops on problem-solving, product design and production, and lecture series.

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