STEM ALL STARS
Girls Are Not Born for Household Activities
A girl providing awareness about girl education:In Palakoderu village: In order for girls to not belong in the kitchen, Sajni Vederey, from Washington D.C., talks about how girls have to be equal to men. On Saturday, Sajni attended Mogollu, Palakoderu, and Gollalakoderu schools. She gave a speech to these high schools about gender stereotypes. She goes to Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and technology. By seeing lack of women in computer science in her Java class, she was motivated to create a difference in this world. "Girls are equal to boys and boys are equal to girls,? she says.She said that girls are not coming forward for education. If the mom is educated, posterity is educated. On this issue, she formed a STEM club to engage more girls. Being 13, she took this decision and wants to collect funds by organizing various events. With this money, Sajni wishes to give free educational supplements, hands on experiments, and other books relating to STEM. We have to accept her motive and follow her path. Sajni even displayed what she did and what we need to do in the future to become great scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and doctors. "How much science do we need in the 21st century?" the 13 year old mentioned. STEM All Stars is concerned about practical knowledge not only from books but also from visuals. MLA Sivaram Raju, GopalaKrishnam Raju, Vijayalakshmi,Srinivas, and the other staff appreciated and participated in this event.