If the dates of the workshops below – do not match your schedule, please write to us at explore@curiositygym.com or call/whatsapp on 9326620374

 

DIY Making Workshop

The DIY making course is uniquely designed to expose participants to a very wide spectrum of skills, materials and knowledge to get started with Do-it Yourself Making.

Participants will be exposed to new DIY technologies like 3D printing, Arduino, Python Programming,  Internet of Things and Design Thinking. Participants will get a thorough understanding of the various technologies in DIY making, and will be provided with a certificate of completion.

Workshop Details

14 sessions of 2 hours each

Age: 12-16 years

Batch 1: 27th April 2020 onwards (every Saturday for 14 sessions)

Timings: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Batch 2: 4th to 19th May 2020 (Monday to Saturday)

Timings: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fees per batch: Rs 28,000/- incl of taxes

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Workshop

The course will expose students to do:

  • Logical, Mathematical Thinking
  • Problem Solving
  • Coding
  • Algorithms
  • AI, Machine Learning techniques.
  • Data Visualization

Workshop Details

14 sessions of 2 hours each

Age: 13-16 years
Batch 1: 4th – 19th May 2020 (Monday to Saturday)
Timings: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Batch 2: 6th – 21st July 2020 (Monday to Saturday)

Timings: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fees per batch: Rs 28,000/- incl of taxes

Internet Of Things (IOT) Workshop

The course introduces advanced concepts and methodologies to design, build, and deploy IoT solutions, and discusses various technologies and protocols used for communication, in IoT- friendly applications and physical-layer protocols.

Participants will gain a thorough understanding of widely accepted IoT frameworks and standards. Typical use cases shall be discussed and the Home Automation use case will be taken up for detailed understanding and prototyping an actual Smart Home using hands wiring and exposure to coding.

Workshop Details

14 sessions of 2 hours each

Age: 13-17 years

Batch 1: 20th May – 4th June 2020 (Monday to Saturday)
Timings: 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Batch 2: 6th July – 21st July 2020 (Monday to Saturday)

Timings: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Fees per batch: Rs 28,000/- incl of taxes

BioTech Workshop

Gamified Learning on DNA:

  • Use 3D Doodling to build a DNA Structure
  • Get hands-on experience on DNA extraction
  • Visualise DNA usingcolourful gel Electrophoresis method
  • Investigate crime scenarios using DNA
  • Use simulations to understand the functions of DNA
  • Replicate DNA using LEGO Blocks
  • Understand the genetics of cancer, mutation

Workshop Details

5 sessions of 3 hours each

Age: 14-17 years

Batch 1: 25th – 29th May 2020 (Monday to Friday)
Timings: 11:00am – 2:00pm

Batch 2: 22nd – 26th June 2020 (Monday to Friday)

Timings: 11:00am – 2:00pm

Batch 3: 27th – 31st July 2020 (Monday to Friday)

Timings: 11:00am – 2:00pm

Fees per batch: Rs 15,000/- incl of taxes

Robotics Workshop

Students Learn:

  • How to make mechanism and chassis to be able to compete in a challenge using LEGO Robotics Kits and EV3 controllers
  • Complex programming to solve a maze
  • How to use several sensors like Ultrasonic, Color, Touch, Gyro etc.
  • Inter-school competition readiness

Workshop Details

5 sessions of 4 hours each

Age: 12-15 years

Batch 1: 25th – 29th May 2020 (Monday to Friday)
Timings: 2:30pm – 6:30pm

Batch 2: 22nd – 26th June 2020 (Monday to Friday)

Timings: 2:30pm – 6:30pm

Batch 3: 27th – 31st July 2020 (Monday to Friday)

Timings: 2:30pm – 6:30pm

Fees per batch: Rs 20,000/- incl of taxes

Python Workshop

In this workshop, we will expose students to hands-on computer programming in Python.

Topics covered are:-

  • Introduction to the concept of algorithms and flow
  • Introduction to programming basics, basics of hardware, interpreted and compiled languages introduction
  • Write a basic program in Python
  • Programming constructs in Python
  • Prime numbers and The Sieve of Eratosthenes
  • Introduction to Heroku
  • Elements of a Web Service and building our first application in the cloud
  • Remote debugging Concepts

Workshop Details

14 sessions of 2 hours

Age: 13-16 years

Batch 1: 8th – 23rd June 2020 (Monday to Saturday)
Timings: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fees per batch: Rs 28,000/- incl of taxes

Advanced Robotics Workshop

Curiosity Gym offers an Advanced Robotics Programme to students as an opportunity to rediscover and redesign learning by engaging them in an inquiry based approach.

Students will work in teams & build their robot, which may be an Arduino based robot or a LEGO-based robot. Students learn to collaborate and be creative in solving open ended robotics challenges, well suited for challenge based learning and problem based learning.

The course exposes students to concepts of building the robot, developing logic, detailing each building block consisting actuators (eg. motors), a variety of sensors (eg. distance, colour, temperature etc), etc.Our in house developed programming environment, enables students to develop and see the code, running and watching the output of the program in action, making debugging programs easier.

 

Workshop Details

14 sessions of 2 hours each

Age: 13-16 years
Batch 1: 8th – 23rd June 2020 (Monday to Saturday)
Timings: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Fees per batch: Rs 28,000/- incl of taxes

Not able to find what you are looking for? We can also arrange workshops according to your requirements on the following topics:

3D Printing & Doodling

Across the world, companies are increasingly relying on 3D printing for accelerated product development. Come join our pioneering 3D Printing workshop in Mumbai where we teach youngsters and adults alike the fundamentals of 3D Design using various software tools, train in 3D printer usage and even help designers and innovators with Rapid Prototyping and Minimum Viable Product (MVP) design. If you are an artist looking to experiment with another medium, or enthusiast out to learn the next new thing, then come to 3D Doodle with us. One of the first makerspaces to offer a Doodling workshop in Mumbai, we have taken this offering to schools as part of our Innovation Hub programs.    

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Robotics

2018 was declared as the Year of the Robot. In line with worldwide trends, we offer Robotics and Advanced Robotics workshops for students of all ages. Researched and designed in-house, our line of robots use multiple materials and involve the use of 3D printing, making them the perfect educational toy. So if you are interested to learn robotics from the basics or know how to make a robot but would like to translate this knowledge into a socially relevant robotics project come to our robotics workshop in Mumbai located at Fort.  Robots used include robots made on an Arduino platform or a Lego platform. Students can also be mentored in robotics so as to be able to participate in robotics contests and robot competitions like FRC, FLL, WRO.

Python Programming

One of the top ten computer languages to learn, Python can be used for coding simple school projects to complex AI algorithms and NLP applications. If you are new to programming or already know python programming but would like to work on socially relevant projects, meet and discuss your needs with our mentors who have years of experience of working at top global companies and in educational projects at all levels.

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Arduino and IoT (Internet of Things)

An open-source hardware prototyping and hobbyist platform, the Arduino is must know for all those interested in the Internet of Things (IoT), Home Automation, Robotics or STEM projects. Not just for adult hobbyists, we conduct Arduino workshops and IoT workshops for students as young as grade 6. Through constructivist pedagogy, we ensure that they are able to learn IoT and learn Arduino through experimenting, failing and debugging, till they are able to master the principles and work on more complex independent projects.

Makeathon – Hackathon

Curiosity Gym launched Mumbai’s first Makeathon for school students. Based on topics around STEM and coding, the event involved prototyping, gadget-making, game programming, robot building and was a runaway success. Following on its heels, CG has been conducting annual Game Design and Hackathons contests in schools. Participating in such contests will encourage more students to explore engineering as a career choice based on interest rather than marks.

Makeathon