The Space Camp Project aims to nurture the curiosity of every child about the Outer Space and its vast mysteries. It is designed to arouse their interest and make them explore, learn and understand further about Space, with the help of experts in Space Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Technology. The Space Camp programmes aim to use the Space and Space Research as a means to help students and teachers understand the importance and applicability of the science they study at school and college levels. Learning and knowledge sharing in Space broadly cover - Astronomy, Astrophyiscs, Aerospace and Planetrory Exploration.
Dr Kiran Kuamr - then Chairman ISRO interacting with Space Camp students at NIAS (IISc Campus) during Space Camp Bengaluru 2017
Prof - UR Rao interacting with Space Camp students at IISc campus during Bengaluru Space Camp 2016
Noted Astro Biologist and Professor at Indian Institute of Astrophysics - Dr Sujan Sengupta interacting with students at Space Camp 2017 at NIAS Bengaluru during 2017
Noted Astropysicist Dr Jayant Murthy interacting with students at Bengaluru Space Camp
Team STUDSAT - the student satelite project members at NMIMT Bengalure - explaining the STUDSAT project at Bengaluru Camp
A moment from the students networking session at Coffee Space
Team Indus - The Google X Prize Contestants for the Moonshot - displaying the Prototype of their Rover to the Space Camp students at Bengaluru.
Dr BR Gurupurasad - Scientist from ISRO, excting Space Camp students with his fact about the ISRO's Mangalyaan Mission.
Famous Rocket Scientist and Former Director at Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) Dr M Chandradathan at the Space Camp Kozhikode
Winners in Student Project presenation 2017 with ISRO Chairman Dr Kiran Kumar after receivng their prizes
Space Camp Students attending Asronomy Class at JN Planetauriam Bangalore during 2014 May.
Space Camp 2014 participants at the ISTRAC - Indian Deep Space Network facility at Bylalu near Bangalore.
Name : Bharat Govind Gautam, Ryan International School
“Brilliant! Mind blowing! Even these words don’t suffice to explain and describe my experience at the summer space camp. The most exciting part of the camp were the three trips that we had to ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC), Indian Deep Space Network (ISTRAC) and the JN Planetarium”
Name : test about basant
We began our journey in Nurture by organizing camps for students who are mesmerised by the space. We brought together space scientists, astro-physicists and astronomers to unravel the vast world of space for those keen minds. We are sure that we will see many of them breaking away from the conventional career paths to become astronauts and space scientists. The next stream that we are keen to nurture is Interior Design. It is a career stream that has fascinated many by hasn’t got its justified share of importance. We aim to unshroud Interior Design and make it accessible to all those students who carry the spark of being a designer in them. Like these two streams, Cindrebay Nurture is exploring many more arenas where we can channelize the creative talents of our youngsters. We believe in nurturing the innate talents of each individual and respecting their different choices. We look forward to your support in our endeavours.