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JSS Jammu students visits IIT Jammu
3/18/2023 10:32:47 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 18: What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.
Today the students of Jammu Sanskriti School, Kathua of classes 9th,10th and 12th with their escort teachers Arti Rajput (Middle Wing Coordinator), Sonam Sharma (School Counsellor & PGT Psychology), Deepak Khajuria (IT HEAD & MEDIA COORDINATOR), Sheetal Sharma (PGT Biology) and Sahil Jasrotia (PGT POL. Science) visited the Indian Institute Of Technology-Jammu (IIT-Jammu) Technical university in Ban, Jammu & Kashmir.
When we first entered IIT Jammu campus Dr Divyesh Varade (Assistant Professor PUR, India
Prog: Department of Civil Engineering Specialization: Geoinformatics) educated the students by giving a presentation on remote sensing and it's importance in making maps, smart cities and controlling forest fires etc. He explained to students that Remote sensing is the process of detecting and monitoring the physical characteristics of an area by measuring its reflected and emitted radiation at a distance (typically from satellite or aircraft). Special cameras collect remotely sensed images, which help researchers "sense" things about the Earth. Dr. Riya Bhowmik (Associate Dean outreach programme) along with the faculty of civil engineering Dr. Divyesh Varade had a interaction with the students, addressing the student's doubts and questions about IITs and their working. The students asked various questions from how to prepare for IIT to the choice of subjects offered in IITs. After that Jyoti Kaul and Subhash ( outreach staff IIT Jammu) gave the students a tour of the IIT Jammu Campus. The students first went to the central workshop where Mohd.Israil (lab assistant) explained the working of various machines in the workshop. Then, the students explored the Tinkering Lab where the faculty explained that IIT Jammu Tinkering Lab's mission is to create workspaces where young minds can inculcate innovation, learn skills, sculpt their ideas through hands-on activities, encourage social and cross-cultural collaboration, and ethical leadership. Creative thinkers would get a place to transform their imagination into reality. Students will learn to build their models and enhance their product development skills, and thus the ability to make products indigenously would enhance and thus promote Atma Nirbhar Bharat and build innovative solutions to India's unique problems. After the long and exciting tour of the IIT Jammu Campus, the students were given refreshments while they enjoyed and admired the serene view of the beautiful mother nature surrounding the campus. Arti Rajput, Coordinator Middle Wing along with other faculty members and the students of JSS Kathua presented a token of gratitude on behalf of Mrs. Mili R Sumbria, Principal JSS Kathua to Dr.Riya Bhowmik (Assistant Professor Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi) for giving the students of JSSK the golden opportunity to visit IIT Jammu Campus. It was a marvelous and great experience for the students. The students got to learn so much from this visit and this inspired them to pursue their dreams and work hard to achieve them. Our endeavor behind organizing this trip was to spark the imagination and give wings to their dreams, also to inspire the students of Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua so as to be a part and parcel of such prestigious institutions as students or faculty members.
We truly appreciate our Admirable Principal Mili R Sumbria who gave us the golden opportunity to explore more, be more fearless, realise our true potential and get am exposure of future possibilities.
The collective efforts of the JSS Kathua family is extremely appreciable in guiding the students through the right path.
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