Learners at the Sohrarim Trailblazer Community Lab or the Chief Minister Youth Centre showcased their accomplishments and the tangible outcomes of their learning journey at the third exhibition day.
Some of the projects displayed by the learners at the exhibition held on Saturday were traditional barbecue, cuisines around the world, handmade flowers, tailored clothing, handmade jewellery, and a drone made from scratch.
The projects were presented not just from the nook but a platform was given to the learners from STEM Innovation Hub, the concept of curiosity gym. The learners presented their projects to the audience for the first time. Digital Clock, Solar Street Light, Home Automation Lights, and Solar Tracker were some of the projects shared by the learners of Innovation Hub.
Nodal Officer of Smart Village Movement (SVM), Ramkumar S, Sohra MLA, Gavin Miguel Mylliem, Founder of Sauramandala Foundation, Nagakarthik MP, Education Project Lead of SVM Divine Dkhar, Akho Pira from Centre for Research in Schemes and Policies(CRISP), Prathamesh Mirgal from Curiosity Gym, Headman of Sohrarim Bosestarwell Diengdoh and Secretary Paiadondor Kharpuri attended the exhibition.
Ramkumar said the centre has benefitted the community as drop out students are learning skills mastering them and now on the path of becoming budding entrepreneurs. He said a few of them also got a chance to visit New Delhi for an exposure trip and also participate in the recent SARAS Aajeevika Fair.