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The young enthusiasts exhibited excellent performances during the event and brought laurels to their institution. Anchita Bhutani of Class 11 bagged the first position in the ‘Minicomp Wizards’ event wherein the participants had to think out of the box and create something using the Arduino Board.
That festival was a novel way to engage students in the world of innovations and also to foster curiosity. Twenty schools from the NCR and Jaipur participated in that festival.
These digital audio files are known to work as great stress-busters in difficult times.
Here is a teacher's perspective on the edtech trend of interactive boards.