Learning through a steady stream of real-world projects is how we believe students learn best.
A workshop meant to expose the students to various elements of biology such as plant biotechnology, applied entomology and cloning. During the first half of the event, FIS students re-enacted a scene from a Crime Scene Investigation. They were exposed to forensic investigative techniques to solve crime using principles in forensic entomology. The day was continued with a plant tissue culture laboratory session where the FIS students were taught the basic principles of conservation followed by a hands-on session in plant tissue culture techniques.
FIS students were exposed to various career paths in the field of STEM. Various faculties came to brief the foundation students on their respective courses as well as practical sessions were demonstrated. The students even had their own feel of futuristic gadgets and real-time laboratory experiments.
Through social responsibility, whether in-house or community-based, is essential to building character and civic mindedness.
PARENTS-LECTURE FEEDBACK SESSION
During this feedback session, parents of the Foundation students were invited to meet on a one-to-one basis the lecturers who teach. The FIS lecturers provided valuable feedback as well as discussed the academic performances of the FIS students.
Learning comes from the deeply immersive experience offered by our programmes and facilities
ORG CHEM TALK
Sampler session for molecular chemistry and to expose students to various teaching and learning methods (June 2020)