Registrations for competitions, workshops and speaker sessions close on November 20!!
A festival of Creativity & Innovation
for school students
November 24-25, 2018
At The Newtown School, Kolkata
Tinker Fest is a festival of creativity and innovation for students. It is open to all school students, their parents and teachers. There is no entry fee. Prior registration is required to attend workshops, speaker sessions and to participate in competitions. Last date to register is November 20, 2018.
A great way for schools to showcase their students' talent and creativity. Enter your students' work by filling up an online form and the shortlisted schools will be judged by MakersLoft team at their respective schools. The top 10 schools will get a chance to exhibit their work at Tinker Fest.
There are 6 competitions for students between classes 3-12: Game Making, Graphic Designing, Robo Wars, 3D Doodling, App Making & Off-road robotics. These are all LIVE competitions. No project submission required. Students will solve the challenge given on the spot. Register to participate.
CEO, Gamitronics and internationally known, 'rock-star' game designer, he teaches game design in IITs, in universities in USA. His games are played by millions of users.
Founder of SciKnowTech, trains students and teachers in hands-on science. She is an ex-ISRO scientist, judge for National Science Fairs, Department of Science & Technology.
Technology Architect at Microsoft, leading teams on Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics. He run programs giving students an immersive experience with technology.
Learn how to design a game with internationally acclaimed "rockstar" game make Rajat Ojha. This session is for 8-18 years old students. Just bring pencil and paper. No prior knowledge required.
Ever wondered the phenomenon of Natural Disasters like Volcano, Earth-quake? How they occur? Why they occur? Dr. Megha Bhatt will conduct experiments on Natural Disasters. For 7-13 year old students.
Computers are everywhere - phones, cars, elevators, ATM machines. To make computers work we need a programming language that instructs them. In this workshop, we will learn how to instruct the computer to do things.
In this workshop, students will be introduced to the world of 3D Printing. It will help them develop 21st century skills like critical thinking, visualization, spatial, analytical and problem solving. It will also develop their creativity and confidence.
In this workshop, students will learn how robots work and key principles of Robotics. The participants will experience hands-on-learning to build and program interactive robots using sensors, motors, wheels, axles and much more.
In this workshop, students will learn how to build their own mobile phone application for Android phones, be it an alarm app or their own game. They will learn programming using MIT App Inventor free software.
Students must bring their Android phone
Check out this video to know all about Tinker Fest!