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STEM Fest held in Dhaka for fist time of its kind.

An event that combine celebrations of science, technology, engineering and mathematics for young innovators

International Hope School Bangladesh organised a special fest titled 'STEM Fest' last Saturday where students from Grade 6 to 12 showcased different innovative projects. 

IHSB Chairman Yasar Savran inaugurated the daylong festival while chief guest Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar delivered a video message. IHSB Principal Roksana Zarin delivered the welcome address while Dhaka North City Mayor Atiqul Islam expressed his best wishes for the festival participants in a message.

Robi 10 Minute School Founder Ayman Sadiq and Nagad Market Development Head Solaiman Shukhon delivered some inspiring words for the young innovators of the festival.

There were 81 projects in the festival including Golden Ratio, Bioplastics, Hyperloop, Fire Retardant Gel, Water Pods, Robotic Glove, Monty Hall Problem, Effect of Color on the brain etc. Other than these, the event also featured the Astronomy Corner and Bangabandhu Satellite prototype. One of the key attractions of the event was Robot Dance and Robo Soccer. 

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