Women in STEM: B.Tech students awarded for mentoring schoolgirls
Millennium Post Delhi|October 20, 2021
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met Chess World Championship silver medallist Tania Sachdev on Tuesday and said his government will work towards ensuring that chess regains its popularity among people

NEW DELHI: Deputy CM Manish Sisodia on Tuesday felicitated students of Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University (IGDTUW) who completed the Delhi government’s Education Mentoring Programme in which more than 1,000 female students were mentored by 250 engineering students from IGDTUW.

Through the programme, around 250 women studying engineering became mentors for more than 1,000 girls studying science in classes 11 and 12 across government schools. Under the programme engineering students of IGDTUW enrolled to provide STEM mentoring for six months to female students of state-run schools.

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