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The campaign, Mentor India is aimed at maximising the impact of Atal Tinkering Labs, possibly the biggest disruption in formal education globally, wherein the idea is to engage leaders who will nurture and guide students in the Atal Tinkering Labs.
During the hour long discussions, Shri Amitabh Kant explicated the importance of tinkering labs in schools to foster innovative spirit among young minds.
Tinkering gets us to the bottom of things and that's what it takes to innovate, break down barriers, and make a difference on or off the job.
Tinkering allows someone to explore and figure things out on one's own, which can help to build confidence and motivate learning.
So tinkering with the renminbi is like asking a freight train rolling down the tracks to slow down from 60 miles per hour to 55.
Then, when a sound board and speakers are added so the audio generated by CD-ROM disks can be heard clearly, freezing occurs so frequently the office techie is tinkering with the computer a few times a week but making little progress.
62) This could be viewed as attempts to characterize legal change as mere tinkering, rather than the leading reform most likely to inspire organized opposition.
In addition to the iconic green dress, she will be seen in-game sporting a jacket, leggings, boots and belt to carry all her tinkering tools.
I've advocated tinkering with it every year,'' said Tom Hansen, the Pacific-10 Conference commissioner.