I am just starting to document the phenomenal experience of the series of #Foldscope workshop in Delhi, Guwahati and Kaziranga. As a means for people to cherish connections they made at the workshop – I am just documenting folks and organizations that joined us at Delhi. The location was Venky College in Delhi University. But, thanks to the financial support from @DBTIndia; we were able to engage and bring together participants from all around the country. Here is a short list of organizations that participated. If you joined us in Delhi and you are not listed here; please drop me a message/comment below. The goal of this post is for all of you to make connections with each other; so you all can connect and push forward the mission of “curiosity driven explorations” in rural and urban environment around the country.
The purpose of this list is to build a community around this workshop; so all of you can find each other and community with each other.
KLP college rewari
Govt. Middle School-Ramgarh(NawaPind)
Dayalbagh Educational Institute
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Easy way science
DEI ICT Center Rajaborari
VIGYAN ASHRAM, PABAL
*Note: What a surprise for me – I went to this school as a Kid; and now some students from this school somehow heard about the workshop and joined us in Delhi.*
Prabhu dayal public school
Samaj Pragati Sahayog
Atlantis Research Pvt Ltd
Acharya Narendra Dev College, University of Delhi
Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala(HP)
IKP Knowledge Park
S.R.E.S.’s College of Engineering, Kopargaon, Maharashtra
*It was an incredible experience to interact with Depali from Shree Ganesh Vidya Mandir; incredible individual and a fantastic artist. Lots of plans to expand Foldscope to the local community around this school. Great work Depali and Kunal.. *
Shree Ganesh Vidya Mandir, High School, Dharavi, Mumbai
Mount Carmel School
R D Rajpal Public SchoolD. B. F. DAYANAND COLLEGE , SOLAPUR, STATE- MAHARASHTRA, INDIA
Ramjas College, University of Delhi
Agastya; Sparking creativity in Rural India
I know this is a partial list; since none of the colleges from DU are represented. If you attended the workshop and your college is not listed here; please leave a comment with link/name. Also; make some posts so we know you learned how to use Foldscope and are on your way to becoming proficient in exploring the microscopic world.
I would love to see which college actually reads the “micro-certificate” and post the text from the same right here. Let the race begin 🙂
Here are some images/pictures from the workshop: if you have images from the workshop – please upload them online and attach a link in comments.