Science kit made in Nepal for experimental learning is public

 The factory, which is working to build an experimental and practical learning experience, has made public a science kit (science learning material) prepared in Nepal targeting students from class 6 to 8.




The science kit includes experimental learning materials for the subjects in the science textbook. The factory claims to have made such a kit for the first time in Nepal. The factory has stated that the kit has been prepared after 8 years of research. The factory has stated that the students can know and understand all the subjects in the curriculum in a practical way through the factory science kit and experience science by taking it out of the book.


The factory says the corona epidemic has had a major impact on practical and quality education, preventing students from being distracted by research materials produced by the factory. This will benefit both teachers and students and allow students to experience the science lab at home, the factory said.

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Pavitra Bahadur Gautam, co-founder and chief executive officer of the factory, said that the factory is working on making science kits, realizing the need to make children's learning practical and teach invention.

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