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SastoSat CanSat Training v3.0 Begins at BVS in Nepal

Since successfully running a pilot training CanSat Training program on three Kathmandu University students back in 2016 [HERE], the SastoSat Cansat Training has gone on to reach out to High School Students (Grades 11 and 12, held at Brihaspati Vidhyasadhan) [HERE] and Universities students (held at Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk) in 2017 [HERE] and now is targeting middle school students from Grade 8 and up. The two-day program began today (14th October, 2018) and will complete tomorrow (15th October, 2018).
Read More: What are CanSats? [HERE]
The philosophy is simple: Train students one year and then let them train other students the following year. Last year's trainees Mayank, Rajes, Purak and Saman have now taken up the role of trainers. This targets three specific things; 1) Proper holistic education of ex-trainees by letting them take leadership roles, create materials and train the next generation 2) Ensure continuity 3) Reach out to younger generations every year.

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