If you’d like to know what your real calling is, choose any of our one-on-one or team mentoring programs. Along with equipment, a space and access to good knowledgeable mentors, we ignite minds with newer ideas & knowhow. Our mentors have the ability to understand when to allow the student to experiment, fail and learn and when to step in to help, allowing the mentee to discover new facets of knowledge.
We encourage our mentees to participate in several global events viz. International youth science forum – London, Google Science Fair, First Robotics Challenge, Coding Hackathons in Mumbai and Bangalore based on projects developed with us.
Students from American School of Bombay, American School of Dubai, BD Somani International School, Cathedral & John Connon School, Delhi Public Academy, Dhirubai Ambani International School, Ecole Modiale, Edubridge, Jamnabai Nursee, JB Petit School, PACE continue to be mentored by us.
How does mentorship help?
A mentee has a unique advantage of being able to borrow upon the knowledge and experience of the mentor, which would take the mentee years to master and gather. When skills and tools are involved, safety and correct usage can only come from experience, which the mentee can learn from the mentor.
What qualities do I need?
A curious, inquiring mind with keen observation. This helps pivot from the current set of knowledge to something that can be corroborated from what is being observed. You should also have the drive to see a project through and be open to feedback from the mentor.
How do I get started?
Contact us via email or telephone and let us know why you are interested in Curiosity Gym, what you envision yourself doing here and what you want to gain out of this mentorship. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
3D Printed Coral Reef
Standard 11 student, a deep-sea diver, created and placed an artificial 3D printed coral reef which developed an ecosystem.
Standard 9 student created a pipe cleaning robot to automate the cleaning of sewage pipes in India.
Standard 9 student made a working prototype of an ion thruster as a technology demonstration for space exploration.
Gravity Powered Drip System
Krishnav made a automatic system which can retain water and can keep plants watered for days.
Saumya prototyped a DIY spectrum analyser comparable in accuracy and precision to laboratory instruments.
Standard 12 student created a dry/wet waste segregator using AWS cloud service for image recognition. Selected for an undergraduate program at CMU.
Helium Spectrum Prediction
Standard 12 student developed a software model to predict the atom spectrum using the Hartree-Fock method. Selected for an undergraduate program at Harvard.
Some universities where our mentees have been selected for undergrad programs