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Building the Path to Skill Mastery: Generous Donations for the Skill Lab

Updated: Jun 10, 2023

In today's rapidly changing world, practical skills are in high demand. To equip students with the tools they need to excel in various industries, schools are establishing skill labs. These labs serve as dynamic learning spaces where students can develop hands-on expertise. In a heartwarming display of community support, Vinayak Kulkarni, Rajan Dandin, Pradeep Alurkar, and the group (10th batch, 1972) donated a range of equipment to enhance the skill lab experience. In this blog, we will explore the impact of these donations, highlighting the valuable resources that now empower students on their journey to skill mastery.




Thanks to thoughtful donations, the skill lab now boasts an array of power tools, including screwdrivers, drills, and saws. These tools enable students to gain practical experience in carpentry, electronics, and various other disciplines. By working with power tools, students learn precision, safety protocols, and craftsmanship, developing a strong foundation for future endeavors.



Every detail matters when it comes to honing practical skills. The donated hinges, nails, and fasteners in the skill lab allow students to practice precise installations, joinery techniques, and fabrications. Whether it's woodworking or metalworking, these small yet essential components provide students with the materials they need to transform ideas into tangible creations. The availability of such resources fosters a sense of creativity, problem-solving, and attention to detail.


The abundance of equipment enables students to engage in hands-on experiences, allowing them to develop practical skills that complement their academic knowledge. The availability of resources motivates students to explore their interests and discover their passions. The skill lab becomes a place where they can actively pursue their areas of fascination, fueling their motivation and commitment to learning. As students gain proficiency through experimentation and practice, they become more confident in their abilities. This newfound confidence often sparks innovation, as they begin to approach challenges with creativity and resourcefulness.

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