ATL Club Activities

ATL AS A ‘SKILL SUBJECT’

The objective of ATL is to create workspaces that is suitable for young minds to learn innovation skills, develop ideas via hands-on activities, work and learn in a flexible environment. Students have been initiated into ATL by hand holding them through workshops on Arduino Programming, Tinkercad, Gaming, 3D printing etc. Standing true to its vision, it has indeed become a breeding ground for innovative ideas from young minds. The students, now, have the power to envisage making a physical solution to their everyday problems and they are also getting acquainted to how to approach the task at hand by breaking it down to bits and targeting one problem at a time. The ATL success stories include winning

  • CBSE national level science exhibition
  • Participation in Robocup internationals at australia
  • Exemplar participation in AWS young builders challenge launched in collaboration with the ministry of education – innovation cell (govt. Of india).
  • AIM along with the embassy of Sweden organised SHE stem to encourage young girls towards fields of stem
  • ATL kidex national all rounder championship (winter edition 2020-21)
  • ATL kidex national all rounder championship (summer edition)
  • ATL Tinkerprenuer bootcamp

PRIMARY STUDENTS EXPLORING ATL LAB : 2022-23

Our students won the Robocup Juniors Regional and National level. They will be representing India next year in Robocup Internationals to be held at Bordeaux in France

Students preparing their exhibit for CBSE Regional Level Science Exhibition 2019-20 
A step ahead in the direction of converging creative and imaginative thinking and scientific attitude is about envisioning transformation and solutions. Bbps Rohini organized ATL Tinkerfest 2019 to provide students with an excellent platform to innovate using tinkering technologies. 

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