An Article on Informal Science Education Methods by KSS

Recently, Rania Shafiq, a volunteer of the Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS), wrote an illustrative article about why informal means of education are effective tools to convey information to any learner and  leave a lasting impact on them. how the Khwarizmi Science Society has been utilizing vivid science performances, informal public lectures, and large-scaled celebratory science festivals to ignite a wonder for science among the masses of Pakistan!

Illiteracy, unrest, and a misconstrued representation of science in Islam, have all quashed the drive of an inquisitive young population. Despite that, KSS emphasizes the need to probe the “Big Questions” encompassing contemporary frontier topics, like extraterrestrial life, artificial intelligence, and genetic engineering.

This article was published on Eblogary, a blogging website that KSS has recently partnered with. To read the full article visit:

External References:
Khwarizmi Science Society – Pioneering informal science education in Pakistan
Pioneering informal science education in Pakistan