App helps Students Learn Science Easily:
The App helps students Learn Science Easily, A Lucknow youth Ahmed Faraaz and two of his friend Sashakt Tripathi and Harshit Awasthi, all final year engineering students at Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, has created a mobile app which they claim bridges the gap between theory and application part and helps us students develop an aptitude for the tough concept of JEE/NEET.
Created through a Startup Elixar Systems, which the three use have jointly founded the app called ‘Kalam Labs‘ made it to the top 10 finalists at the Finland education competition held recently. The winner of the competition will be chosen through voting.
“Classroom teaching is mostly confined to the theory part but the competitive exams are more about application part. This app bridges the gap between theory and application it helps students scoring marks in competitive exams,” claim 21-year-old Faraaz
Faraaz further claimed that he and his team conducted a survey among 40 students in Delhi which established the fact that a student who uses this app benefited in scoring better.
A former student of GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow, Faraaz further claimed that this app allowed students to conduct all the practical lab experiments of class 9th to 12th and inculcate scientific temperament.
“Our mission is to make science learning easy for student as many of them find it completed,” his said.
“Elixar Systems can help students improve their scientific understanding and score well in competitive exams. The aim of our startup is to help students learn the tough concepts of physics, chemistry, and Biology easily,” said Sashakt and Harshit.
Anuradha Mathur, a retired physics teacher of Modern School, Vasant Vihar, Delhi, and also a material designer for NCERT, found the app more than useful. “It helps students do an experiment on their own,” she said. Principal GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow, Raveen Pandey said, “We are using their app and it is more than useful. At a time when schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students are using Kalam lab from home and benefiting from it.