Satluj Public School, India’s First School to have its own 3D printing Lab


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Leading the way in providing high-quality education, Satluj Public School, Panchkula made history by introducing its own state-of-the-art 3D printing lab where NCERT topics will be taught to students as a part of the developed progressive curriculum. For this millennial initiative, the school has partnered with 3Dexter, India’s biggest 3D Printing start-ups for education, which was founded by a group of seven young entrepreneurs.

Speaking about this latest introduction, Mr. Reekrit Serai, Dean, Satluj Public School, Panchkula said, “3D printing is the way of future, and I’m proud to say that Satluj Public School is the first school in India to have its own state-of-the-art 3D printing lab. This revolutionary initiative will change the way teachers teach and students learn, and this will further enhance the learning outcomes.”

He further added, “This is in-sync with the Satluj ethos of being at the forefront of Educational Innovation in India. We are also training students to be thought-leaders by giving them exposure to major industries of the future, such as 3D printing, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (iOT).”

Equipped with a pragmatic approach, the 3D printing lab will break the monotonous lectures by virtually showing the students how planets rotate around the sun in our galaxy, how houses can be made with minimal investment, how to create a robot, and lots more. It will act as an effective tool to integrate and enhance subject learning, and revolutionize the technological finesse & ground-breaking spirit of the students.

“Overturning the conventional methods of teaching, this initiative holds unprecedented potential in boosting the morale of school students and harboring their interests in technology, which is significant for all young minds”, concluded Mr. Reekrit.

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