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ATL Community Day Celebration at St.Xaviers School Borivali

Published On : 17 Apr 2019   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal

ATL Community Day was celebrated with the ATL committee members and Mentor for change Mr. Priyank Busa on 16-04-19 at St. Xavier’s High School, Borivali (East). The event was planned with the support of our Honorable Chairman Sir Dr. A. F. Pinto’s vision that true growth of a nation can be measured by scientific temperament and technological approach of the students and the able guidance from Respected Managing Director Madam Grace Pinto

The programme started with Bible Reading and Lord’s Prayer. The celebration was witnessed by Guests, Parents and Students of the school. The ATL Community Day initiative is an effort to spread awareness as well as engage the local communities in the neighbourhood of an Atal Tinkering Lab, to come and experience the exciting new world of science and upcoming technologies.

Various activities and competitions were conducted like; Drone Display, Balloon Train making, Balloon Car making, Portable Cooler, News Paper Bridge making, Innovative Project Display by students, Street Play and Introduction to ATL Lab Equipment. The winners of competition were awarded with certificates.

There are more such innovations, ideas, patents waiting to be realized in young minds. ATLs will create many more such young student innovators across every Indian district and initiatives like ATL Community Day will not only amplify the impact but will also have the potential to effect transformational change at the societal level.

Parents appreciated the effort of the students and thanked the Management for making them a part of the celebration.

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