Arsym’s vision for the Education sector embraces the student through his entire learning life cycle. Right from the time the student does his first school project to the time he completes his formal education and going beyond till the time he works on research activities, Arsym will be a part of this knowledge process. Two of our initiatives are YoScientist – for students from Class 1 to College and Yieldopedia – Knowledge Sharing platform for Academia, Corporate and Analysts.
Creating the Infrastructure for bringing Science closer to Children – Learning by Doing
While India has nurtured many scientists, true innovations are far and few. In today’s world children are exposed to various science projects as part of their learning through activities in school. The influx of technology has given them access to create things that they could only imagine earlier. To bring their projects to life and also capture that experience of creating the projects, Yo Scientist is bringing science closer to these students. We will enable students create their science projects at home by firstly providing them with the tools and secondly, by bringing the knowhow through video tutorials. The reusable components used in the creation of the project can be recycled for another project.
So, next time you are looking for a magnet to create a dynamo or a complex aviation or robotics project component, we will be there to help you get it.
Yo Scientist for schools:
Science fairs will be an everyday activity. With more than 1000 models to share and showcase, science will become easy to learn.
Our science projects can be used by teachers and students as part of their science classes. The projects shall also be there for other faculties. More new models will keep on getting added as more students keep creating new models
Yo Scientist for Individuals:
- Individuals will have online access to the projects and the know-how of creating them
- Students can order components or full kit of projects online at one place
- Yo Scientist would enable kids in their journey of the world of science