Date – 2nd November, 2022

9:30-10:30 am


IEEE Pune Section was established on June 26, 2010 with terrestrial boundaries confined to Pune metropolitan City (Postal Code 411001 to 411999) The section falls under the jurisdiction of Asia Pacific Region (R-10) of IEEE. Prior to that it was the subsection of IEEE Bombay section since June 20, 2003 till its formation. At present, the Pune section has more than 300 professional members and over 1100 other members, including student members.  There are 19 IEEE Student Branches in different Engineering Colleges in and around Pune City.



Eu-Reka is a ‘Technology dissemination Contest for the students (TDCS). It is an initiative to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and to promote lifelong learning opportunities for all levels of society. Eureka is a flagship event of IEEE Education Society, Pune Section, where college students are empowered, and encouraged as ‘Ambassadors of Education’ with the prime objective “to raise the educational Reka of the nation”. Here, ‘Reka’ in many Indian languages means a ‘Line’. Hence, the word ‘Eu-Reka’ symbolizes the ‘National Literacy Level’. The Eu-Reka is an initiative to elevate the Educational Reka (line) of all levels of society and is an event for the graduating students. Eu-Reka empowers and encourages College students to promote education as ‘Ambassador of Education’.



To develop interest and curiosity among various society-level students to promote equitable quality education for all. This initiative shall support lowering the student drop-out rate in high school education.

  • To encourage girl students to pursue higher education in STEAM.

  • To Increase the confidence, self-esteem, and aspirational level of the students to enable them to make the decisions.

  • To empower and encourage students to make appropriate decisions while pursuing higher education.


  • To provide an opportunity to the college students/youngster to interact with school students at all levels of society through proper channels.


  • To expose advanced and State-of-Art STEAM education to high school students as a career option.


  • To work towards educational inclusiveness by reducing the disparity between urban and rural level literacy rates.

Session Duration: 1 Hour (9:30am-10:30am on 2nd November 2022)


Session Topic: Technologies for Medical Emergencies, Healthcare, and Welfare


Session Conductors: Aditi Dhavale (BTECH AI&ML Student),

Sakshi Kaduskar (BTECH MECH Student).


Teacher present: Mr. Nikhil Patange


Session Summary

The session was held on 2nd November 2022 in the ATAL TINKER LAB of Army Public School, Khadki at 9:30 am. Session was conducted by Aditi Dhavale (BTECH AI&ML Student) & Sakshi Kaduskar (BTECH MECH Student). A total of

23 students from class 9th D  were present during this session. The session was conducted on the topic “Technologies for Medical Emergencies, Healthcare, and Welfare”. Both Aditi Dhavale and Sakshi Kaduskar explained the following technologies used in the Healthcare sector to the students

  • Robotic Surgeries
  • Artificial Intelligence for Health
  • Telemedicine Services
  • Digital Twin in Healthcare
  • NETRA4PATIENT – A prototype of a screen reading app to help patients read their prescriptions.

After giving a brief introduction to all, they proceeded to take a small activity session as well as a question-answer session for all the students. Mr. Nikhil Patange was present during the whole session to see it through.


Date : 9th Aug 2023


A science park is a theme park based on the concepts of science. One such science park is established in Pimpri, Pune. It was part of educational trip organised by army public school, kirkee.

Aim. Our aim for the visit was students should get inspiration to build curiosity towards science as a subject. Our main goal was students should get ideas and create their own innovative projects which are good enough to be fielded in the real market.

Experience. We set sail from our school at 08:00AM and reached the Science Park around 09:30AM. First we saw the Egyptian screw that was invented by Archimedes. It helps in digging water. Then we entered the building of the science park. There was a guide who explained us all the different sections of the science park. There were 4 sections in all. The science parks also housed a planetarium where various shows on the astronomical front are organised. We saw a pendulum in the park which was labelled as Newton’s Cradle. Then, we went into the automobile section. We saw the working of engines, brakes and gears which are present in our cars and other automobiles. Then there were also types of engines like 1,2,3,4,6,8 cylindrical engines. We also had a look at the steam engine and how it works. We also saw the first steam engine created. We learnt that engines worked through the help of pistons that move up and down to move the vehicle. We also looked at the motion of gears and understood the difference between mechanical and hydraulic brakes, solar and electric powered cars. Cut out models of the cars and different parts of it were also kept for ready reference. Then we went to the climate change section and the energy sections where different projects were kept. It described that how earth has changed over the years. Then we went onto the fun science sections which were basically built to encourage the children to play with science and understand the concepts.

Then we moved on to the shows we saw 2 shows the first one was the 3d show and the planetarium show which was on exoplanets. In the 3d show we were given glasses which would make the effect such that our view of the screen would be in 3d. There were many kinds of animals shown to us in the show. At the last we visited Taramandal show were we saw exoplanets show that how life could be possible outside of earth in other galaxies and solar systems.




Date 29th Aug 2023

Prof. Chetan Singh Solanki is an educator, researcher, innovator and happiness program teacher of Art of Living, who is currently on unpaid leave from IIT Bombay. He has undertaken Energy Swaraj Yatra from Nov. 2020 through a solar bus for 11 years, until 2030. In this yatra, Prof. Solanki has pledged not to go home until 11 years and stay in the solar yatra bus.

In the wake of serious and catastrophic climate change, this Energy Swaraj Yatra is designed with the purpose to create a public movement towards adoption of 100% solar energy. Prime Minister Modi has also praised his yatra through a personal letter. He has been honored with the Brand Ambassador of Solar Energy by Government of Madhya Pradesh. Prof. Solanki has also been referred to as “Solar Man of India” by Times of India, The Hindu and India Today. Some people also call him “Solar Gandhi.” Following Gandhian ideals, he has coined the word ‘Energy Swaraj’ and to establish Energy Swaraj globally he has founded the Energy Swaraj Foundation (ESF).

On 29th Aug 2023 Prof. Chetan Singh Solanki known as “Solar Man of India” had visited army public school, kirkee. And gave lecture on “climate change and awareness of importance of solar energy” 400+ students have attended lecture. Also, students visited Prof. Chetan Singh Solanki electric bus.



Date : 15th Aug 2023

Chandrayaan-3 is the third mission in the Chandrayaan programme, a series of lunar-exploration missions developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Launched in July 2023, the mission consists of a lunar lander named Vikram and a lunar rover named Pragyan, similar to those launched aboard Chandrayaan-2 in 2019.

Army public school, kirkee decided to make model of Chandrayaan – 3 and vikram rover to encourage students to understand its importance and working. In 2 weeks students had made model of Chandrayaan – 3 and vikram rover and executed on 15th Aug 2023 and 23rd Aug 2023. 9 Students from class 8th and 9th made demo working model of Chandrayaan – 3 and vikram rover.