IEEE Women in Engineering Project-Based Learning School Camp

  This camp is mainly initiated to encourage pre-university students to have hands-on experience with emerging technologies. We created this program as a motivational tool for pre-university students to give them some insight into the professional world.

  This initiative was started by Ramneek Kalra (IEEE Impact Creator) along with collaboration of IEEE Women in Engineering AGs including Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Madras, Pune & Bombay. Along the way, it’s being extended to other regions with more partnership with global entities like Raspberry Pi Foundation, Junior Einstein Track (IEEE YESIST12) & IEEE TryEngineering.


  IEEE WIE PBL School Camp has been an impactful camp for all Pre-University Students/Teachers/Parents who collaborated and participated proactively from 1st Edition – April 2021 to till date.

3rd Edition (18th June - 25th June 2022)

  This edition was primarily focused on Sustainability Technology for humanity to give PreU students exposure using PBL learning approach. This was yet another successful edition with 200+ participants from Different countries.

2nd Edition (20th Nov - 27th Nov 2021)

  This edition was primarily focused on Leadership, Blogging, Content development and Digital Marketing Skills to give PreU students exposure to interpersonal skills using PBL learning approach. This was yet another successful edition with 90+ participants from 5+ countries.

1st Edition (3rd April - 11th April 2021)

  This edition focused on introducing open-source technology and using the same to give reflection of website development without coding using a Tool “Mobirise”. It was a successful edition with 130+ participants from 8+ Countries.

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