The event is meticulously designed to showcase the past, present, and future of science and technology. It highlights the vital and intriguing intersections of science with culture, history, and society. Through engaging talks, exciting games, contests, workshops, and captivating demonstrations, participants embark on a journey of exploration, learning, and wonder. The Makers’ Fete features a wide range of activities, including Egg Drop, Sudoku, Rubik’s Cube challenges, RC Car Racing, Science Models, Newspaper Tower competitions, physics and astrophysics demonstrations, biology models, and chemistry experiments. These activities not only stimulate scientific curiosity but also foster critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and teamwork.
One of the standout aspects of the Makers’ Fete is the opportunity it provides for students to showcase their talents and skills in STEM. By participating in competitions and exhibits, students get a platform to display their innovative projects, scientific models, and technological creations. This exposure not only boosts their confidence but also instills a sense of pride and accomplishment. Moreover, the Makers’ Fete creates an atmosphere of healthy competition, where students can learn from each other, share ideas, and be inspired by the brilliance of their peers.