KSS at STEAM Pakistan Award Ceremony

KSS at STEAM Pakistan Award Ceremony

In a heartwarming collaboration, STEAM Pakistan extended an invitation to the Khwarizmi Science Society to conduct a workshop in the realm of teacher training. Needless to say, we seized the opportunity and even  requested a spot for our science shows. Who could resist the chance to sprinkle a little scientific magic into such a vibrant atmosphere?

Khwarizmi Science Society and Chughtai Public Library

Khwarizmi Science Society and Chughtai Public Library

Khwarizmi Science Society has teamed up with the Chughtai Public Library for a super cool series of monthly science activities!.
First up was the epic “Aljazari Workshop,” Through this workshop, participants learned the science behind Al-Jazari’s incredible inventions by building their own working models – hands-on style! ️

Curiosity-awakening Science Activities

Curiosity-awakening Science Activities

Khwarizmi Science society ended yet another milestone, strengthening our society’s mission if spreading science and this time, it was our younger scientist that got the chance to not only learn but to practice entire regimes all by themselves.

Eminabad Science Mela 2023

Eminabad Science Mela 2023

On March 17 and 18, 2023, KSS set its course towards Eminabad, a town near Gujranwala, where Government Islamia High School No. 2 opened its gates for us. The Mela incorporated two of KSS’s biggest demonstrations; The LHC Tunnel and Khalai Kachwa (planetarium) which were a huge success. 

The beaming laser show, football with protons at LHC, peek into the nano world via a microscopy show and shrinking balloons while learning leidenfrost effect were highlights of the mela. Wonders of space science were not only explored through the planetarium, but the solar telescope made it possible for people to descry the sun.

STEM Teacher Training Workshop at Gilgit-Baltistan

STEM Teacher Training Workshop at Gilgit-Baltistan

KSS delivered a teacher training program in Gilgit-Baltistan with the support of ALIGHT Pakistan and the
Directorate of Education Gilgit-Baltistan. The attendees belonged to the ten districts of Gilgit-Baltistan and
consisted of 20 female and 24 male teachers. The two-day workshop brought together STEM school &
college teachers from all the districts of Gilgit-Baltistan. The workshop was also attended by people from the
Education Department of Gilgit-Baltistan, members of ALIGHT Pakistan, and the students at the College of
Education where the workshop was held.