Science & Technology

Breaking the glass ceiling, one STEM class at a time

Since its formation in 2016, Women in STEM Nepal has trained more than 500 girls, teaching them the basics of coding, design thinking and robotics. Breaking the glass ceiling, one STEM class at a time
Students participate in a class organised by Women in STEM Nepal, an initiative that aims to lessen the gender gap in the field of science and technology.  Photo Courtesy: Women in Stem Nepal
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Ankit Khadgi
Published at : August 26, 2020
Updated at : August 26, 2020 09:46
Kathmandu

Ankit Khadgi

Ankit Khadgi is culture and arts reporter for The Kathmandu Post. He previously worked for The Himalayan Times.


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