TECH GIRLS is a pre-event of ‘Aavishkar 17’ organized by Kathmandu University Robotics Club. It was a six days workshop on ‘Basic training on Arduino’ along with a talk program to encourage the girls in the field of technology. In total, there was participation of 22 girls in the workshop along with eight trainers. The workshop included the basic training of arduino with other sensors.

The first four days consisted of the general overview of arduino and sensors like LDR, IR, ultrasonic, motor drivers and motors etc. while on the fifth day participants were given to do the basic projects with the used hardware.

On the sixth day, there was a talk program where Ms.Namrata Tusuju Shrestha, one of the lecturers of the engineering department was invited to share her experiences about being a tech-girl. Mr. Pratisthit Lal Shrestha, the advisor of KURC shared his experiences and best wishes to all the participants. Some participants shared their experience during the program. The event ended finally with the best wishes of Prof. Dr. Bupendra Bimal Chhetri, Dean of School of Engineering and distribution of the certificates to all the participants and trainers.

Prof. Dr. Bhupendra Bimal Chhetri , Dean School of Engineering receiving Token of Love from former president of KURC, Mr. Narayan Shresth

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