(Last Updated On: February 15, 2020)
Innovative Ghar Nepal (InG Nepal) is going to organize an event called “Khudkila-Step to Innovation” on the 4th of Falgun. InG Nepal is a Non-profitable and Non-governmental organization which always tries to educate the kids and youth about the robotics and technology. The organization provides proper space for students who have a curiosity about learning and sharing about technology. Besides this, the company makes an effort to promote, educate, explore, create and share the curiosity of students.
Like always, InG Nepal again came with the innovative event “Khudkila-Step to Innovation”. This will be a one-day event where the Managing Director of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) Kul Man Ghising will be the guest of honor. Along with him, the event will be inaugurated by Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barshaman Pun ‘Ananta’.
The event can be viewed as an “A tribute to our Nepal government and it’s line ministry and the concerned officials who have contributed directly and indirectly to make Nepal – A Load Shedding Free Nation” which subsequently led to enabling a favorable environment for round the clock electricity supply benefiting all the people in the country under the ambit of electrification, especially the students for their studies.
It is one of the great platforms where the students can innovative ideas to solve problems and foster scientific and logical thinking skills through United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is a time-bound challenge for all the students over the nation where the participant has to solve problems to show their ability. Its main objectives are:
- To create a platform for kids to grow with innovation
- Make the Kids intact with Steam education system
- Make Learning Meaningful
The event is all about the Hydropower. Its basic components will be Dam, Penstock Pipe, Turbine House, Generator House, Transmission Switchyard and Hi Tension Pole. It will talk about the electricity and load shedding free nation with the use of hydropower.
More than 20 schools and robotic organizations are participating in the event with around 1200 visitors. Here they will showcase their talents in robotics through their various inventions and creations.
- Robotics Competition: manual and automatic robotics
- Exhibition: themed and open exhibition
Venue: Kantipur City College, Putalisadak, Kathmandu
Time: 10 AM onwards
Date: 4th of Falgun 2076 (16th February 2020)