Makershala is a community-based ecosystem that facilitates and promotes Innovation-Based Learning in MRIS-46. The program enables students to develop a scientific temperament and innovation mindset by working collaboratively on STEM based activities and real-life projects. While working on these projects, students learn to use the latest tools such as 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, Electronics, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and many more which help them explore their interest in various areas of design and technology.
The program is implemented in a dedicated digital fabrication lab, MAKERSHALA equipped with low and high tech tools which students access as a part of their curriculum and also work after school hours on their projects. Engineering Design Process and Design Thinking lays the foundation of the entire program. The program follows a progression which allows each student to take the control of their learning by taking up challenges and developing at their pace.
Makershala also enables students to participate in various national and international avenues such World Robotics Olympiad, First Lego League, Google Science Fair, Inspire Awards, F1 for schools etc. where they get recognized & rewarded for their skills and ideas.
Makershala has made ‘Innovation’ a part of its curriculum from a very early age. The Makershala at MRIS-46 has been facilitating or helping students live their dream and shape and enhance their experiences at each stage. The school provides an opportunity to the children to live their dream career for a day by evolving and working upon each student through Life Skills, Digital technology, etc. Various activities are organized that train and entertain their mind while adding up to their achievements.
Our students and teachers put together projects or ideas that have the potential of bringing about a positive change in society.
Makershala at MRIS-46 is a continuously evolving program that provides an opportunity for students to learn new skills and apply knowledge to solve real-life problems. It is a program based on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) which provides an opportunity for students to learn new skills and apply knowledge to solve real-life problems. While working on these projects students work collaboratively, manage time and resources, think critically and creatively which are the skills needed in the modern workplaces. Students who are interested in robotics, 3D printing, IOT, drones work on their own projects.