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Science Laboratory

GDGPSB has a well equipped composite Science laboratory inclusive of models, charts, scientific instruments etc which have been established to support deeper learning of Science (Physics/ Chemistry and Biology) with adequate facilities an d necessary equipment. Laboratories are extensively used for experiential learning achieved through experimentation and research. Appropriate safety procedures and protocols are in place and are subject to continuous refinement. Full-fledged laboratories with high- end equipments have been established and scheduled classes are specially designed for a great teaching – learning experience across grades. Visiting the composite laboratory is compulsory for across grades ( I to VIII) as we truly believe that Labs are a great place for students which help them enhance their learning by understanding the theoretical concepts of science which are taught in classrooms. Our well-designed laboratory not only make science experiments fun but also help our students in achieving a good scientific temper.


Maths Lab

The role of a Goenkan Maths teacher in a math lab is not to teach, but to facilitate inquiry in mathematics. This could either be done by posing probing questions, offering an extra resource or asking to discuss with peers.

How do we make a difference in learning mathematics by conducting classes in the Math Lab :–

  • Context and opportunity to discover through doing. Through activities students learn to do through concrete activities thus laying down a firm foundation for more abstract thinking.
  • Offers more scope for individual participation. It encourages students to become independent learners and allows them to learn at their own pace.
  • It widens the experiential base and lays groundwork for later learning of new areas of mathematics and helps to make appropriate connections between the known and unknown in mathematics.
  • Rules and constraints play an important role in mathematical problems. By fearlessly engaging with puzzles and games they have an opportunity to alter the rules and constraints. Thus becoming aware of the role of rules and constraints in mathematics.
  • Math lab helps develop meta-cognitive abilities. As the student can rethink and rework the problem and solution several times without any interference from time constraints.
  • It builds up inherent interest and confidence in the student towards learning and doing mathematics.
  • Lastly it adds variety in all school mathematics learning.


Technology plays a major role in twenty-first-century education. The new model of integrating technology into the curriculum means that computers are on-demand throughout the school day. The computer lab is important to enhance the scientific and technological research and invention capacity of our students. We have an updated computer lab with latest softwares and advanced technical aids.

Goenkans work on learning programming, and automation and improving basic computer skills.That will help them later to define their career goals, entrepreneurship, and job opportunities. For skills development, students need to practice.

ICT lab usage @ The Goenkan way

  • Students can code and can build new educational apps.
  • They can use document writing and editing application to create notes and write books.
  • They can build their own websites and blogs.
  • They can practice math equations in Microsoft Excel.
  • Students can learn to use the internet in which they can pay fees online, they can join online classes, can participate with online students’ communities on projects and assignments.
  • If students have access, they can learn, practice, and improve their Hindi, and English typing skills.
  • Students can practice video conferencing with teachers, online education, and many other educational activities through online computer applications.
  • Students can use computers for ART education. (Multimedia)
  • And the most important thing for all students can learn the latest technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, data analytics, and cloud computing, the Internet of things and many others.
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