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CFAL, ELC’s Makers’ Fete to be hosted on December 17th

After conducting many successful editions, CFAL & ELC’s Makers’ Fete – Mangalore’s largest science festival is back!

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For an exciting day of science experiments and demonstrations CFAL & ELC are inviting curious students/participants to attend their science fete filled with hands-on science booths on December 17, 2022 (Saturday). In the space of an hour, students will have the chance to learn about all the different science fields and meet the many math and science enthusiasts. A plethora of imaginative and interactive sessions, creative workshops and popular talks to whet the curious young minds are being organised. 

The free-for-all event is designed to take the participants through the past, present and future of science and technology; to discover its vital and intriguing intersections with culture, history and society through talks, games, contests, workshops and demonstrations. From Egg Drop, Sudoku, Rubik’s Cube, RC Car Racing, Science Model to Newspaper Tower competitions, physics and astrophysics demonstrations, biology models and chemistry experiments – a lot of interesting concepts will be on display. Exciting prizes worth Rupees 2 lakhs are up for grabs. Besides, the organizers are running a photography contest wherein people visiting the Fete can click photos at any of their science stalls or at the selfie stands put up at the venue, write a caption, post it on Instagram and tag them @elc.india. The best entry would win a One+ phone.

The annual event has over the years gained overwhelming response from Mangaloreans. The one-of-a-kind science festival has something for everyone as it presents myriad ways one can explore, learn, and engage with science. So, make sure you mark your calendars and visit the CFAL campus on Bejai-Kapikad Road on the said day!

For further information visit www.elcindia.org

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