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“The engineer has been, and is, a maker of history.”

— James Kip Finch

Following this quote the members of the club of RCTCET had conducted the club’s legacy project, Techworld 2.0, to promote interest in engineering by educating underprivileged children about technology via fun workshops. The Shiksha directors of the club, Rtr. Yash Lad and Rtr. Shivam Dubey, had visited Little Angels Ashram to conduct the legacy project on 13th August, 2021 and 14th August, 2021. There were around 40 children present at the Ashram and according to their age group, the syllabus was decided earlier, which was the basics of electronics. Volunteers were selected for the project and were trained for almost 2 weeks before the day of the event. On the day of the event, the event was split into two sessions. In the first session conducted on 13th August, the children were taught the basics and theory of the subject. In the second session conducted on 14th August, the children were shown how to make a toy car using the electronic components kits provided to them. As Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful tool to change the world.” To support the same, awareness about engineering was spread via this activity. A heart-warming smile could be seen on the shining faces of these kids at the end of the activity, indicating that the event was a great success and was thoroughly enjoyed by the children as well.

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