MUMBAI: Roundtable discussion on CSR for Science and Tech Education for Better India will be held at PHD Chamber of Commerce in New Delhi on March 8, 2018 during 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Ashutosh Pandit, founder of STEM Learning will address the forum and he will share his vision for Stem education in India. He will also discuss on how his company has been playing crucial role in spreading the spirit of science education at remotest locations of the country.
Ashutosh, is a social entrepreneur with a mission to equip every rural school with essential scientific equipment for the benefit of students. A versatile MBA graduate from one of the top management institutions in the country, his journey from the corporate domain to social entrepreneurship is remarkable and inspiring.
Ashutosh’s efforts have helped STEM to reach out to more than 8, 50,000 students through its innovative science models and has trained more than 5000 teachers. Already science centres have been installed in 850 schools across 17 states, with the aim to set up 5,000 more science centres over the next 5 years.
STEM’s family has overseen organic growth over a period of 6 years with more than 40 corporates whose ideologies align with STEM’s vision. This family is likely to grow many folds in the near future.
About the Forum:
The Roundtable discussion on CSR for Science and Tech Education for Better India is a joint initiative co-organized by Stem Learning – A Science Education Social Enterprise and India CSR Network, India’s Leading CSR think tank company. The broader objective of the Roundtable is to formulate a common goal to encourage promotion of Science and Tech Education for a better tomorrow for our future generations with special emphasis on underserved children of remotest of the remote region of the country. Equipping future and young generations with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) knowledge for innovation and entrepreneurship is ultimate aim of the forum.
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