Our organization focuses on strengthening scientific skills of all those young minds who looses their interest in science in very early age due to less imparting of practical knowledge of Science in most of the schools. It seems regrettable at stage where India is gaining pace to be a developed country. We aim to become India's largest platform where the children learn by doing, enhance their thinking and scientific skills. We also aim to encourage and associate with today's young generation to invoke them to bring out some innovative and environment friendly solutions for all those problems that our country is facing today such as Waste Management, Disability Sensitization, Road Safety and many more.
ISTC work on the idea and a thought that “Practicality is Everything.” From the thought started a revolution to build a field of education which will help children think beyond what is taught, to explore beyond what is expected, and to think beyond the boundaries. Young minds take the shape of what they are taught, making them the most impressionable. ISTC aims to help these young minds think beyond the ordinary with the unique programs which help them grow and learn “by doing.” We aim to bring about a wave of inquisitiveness in children to help them become future leaders. Because “We learn better when we do things”
In the current era, technological and scientific innovations have become highly valuable to deal with the globalization and a knowledge-based society. To be a successful person in this technological society, your children need to develop their abilities in STEM. STEM education develops critical thinking skill in your children. By increasing science and engineering literacy, we can enable the next generation of innovators. Ultimately, innovation leads to inventions that sustain our country’s economy. This science and engineering is the base for innovation, and it depends on a solid knowledge in the STEM areas. We all know that in future jobs will require a basic understanding of science and math, but the scores of our students are lagging behind other developed countries.