Stem Learning participating in CSR fair 2017 at Pragati Maidan, Delhi

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India CSR News Network

NEW DELHI: Stem Learning Pvt. Ltd., which emerged as one of the largest CSR partner in the area of establishment of Mini Science Centers, is also participating in CSR Fair 2017 w.e.f. 4 to 6 May 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Visitors are invited to visit the stall no. 102 to see the science exhibits and other innovative learning models.

Stem Learning at the fair showcasing its innovations in the area of science models. Stem Learning founder Ashutosh Pandit spent a day and explained how 650 Mini Science Centers, established under CSR of various corporates, are helping and improving learning level of the students in the class rooms.

STEM Learning aim to enhance awareness among teachers and students about the value of learning, with a special focus on science and mathematics. As a CSR project, also encompasses a unique teachers’ training program and facility maintenance for two years.

Ashutosh Pandit, Founder, STEM Learning, said, “STEM’s working science models are devised by experts with a close eye on the young, under privileged children. Every school’s progress is mapped on regular intervals by us. We are bringing quality education to the rural regions, which will truly transform India. STEM has given a platform to thousands of students to create their own projects and their growth has been phenomenal.”

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Hon’ble Minister (HI&PE), Govt. of India – Anant Geete inaugurated the fair today at Delhi in the presence of Hon’ble MoS (HI&PE), Babul Supriyo.

This mega CSR Fair is being organised by The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises (HIPE); PHD Chamber in collaboration with ONGC, to provide a platform to all stakeholders, including Central Ministries/Departments, CPSEs/State PSUs, Private Companies, NGOs/Foundations etc. for showcasing their CSR activities, sharing of their best practices and also an opportunity to connect with other stakeholders.

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