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New date for two-day students’ workshop by Manish Jain
January 10, 2018, 1:37 pm

Science International Forum (SIF), Kuwait in association with Kuwait National Exchange announced the rescheduled date and venue for the two-day workshop by Sri. Manish Jain (IIT Gandhinagar), one of the best Science communicators in India. The workshop will be held at Indian Community School, Kaithan from 9.30 am till 4.30 pm on 26 and 27 January, 2018.

The workshop titled  'Amazing Science & Maths' aims to reignite the interest for these subjects in students. This will be a unique opportunity for children to have fun and engage in games and making toys while they learn the wonderful concepts in Science and Mathematics. Students from Grade 5 to 12 are eligible for registration.

This is the second time SIF Kuwait is conducting the workshop led by Sri Manish Jain. Earlier in March 2017, the teachers' workshop was held as part of the Annual Science Gala, which got a lot of attention and interest. Those who attended the workshop were excited to learn new styles of teaching and agreed that, if implemented, such an approach would make the student life easier.

The importance of such workshops, to introduce innovative transformations in both the teaching and learning field, should be realized in today's competitive and fast-paced world where the children don’t get enough time to explore and be amazed at the wonders of Science.

Sri. Manish Jain is famous for his style of communicating even the toughest principles of Science and Math with ease to those who attend his sessions. He currently works at the IUCAA Science Center in Pune making short films on interesting research, designing toys and activities, conducting workshops and teacher training, and making popular science films.

Seats are limited and the acceptance of registration is based on first come first basis. For registration and other details, please call: 99510738 /97699815 (Abbasiya), 97112296 (Salmiya), 66763164 (Farwaniya) and 55981575 (Fahaheel).

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