FLL robotics tournament

This year an amazing new feature was added to our system when a Lego Robotics Lab was gifted to us by STARfALL Foundation. Each year they release a challenge in which students aged 9 to 16 team up firstly to make and program an autonomous robot and secondly do an innovative research project. With only a month’s training, our team took part in 6th National Robotics Championship. Judges who are professors of renowned universities were so impressed by performance of our girls that they honored them with prestigious Judge’s award and garlanded medals.

AlhamdoLillah achievement of OSCS Girls was also acknowledged by STARfALL Foundation and they provided them opportunity to participate in an international FLL robotics tournament to be held in UK from 21-25 June 2017.

We prepared a lot for event but due to late visa process team could not fly but team has high morale and ready for upcoming challenges.

Introduction to OSCS

OSC (Out of School Children) School is an initiative to educate the part of society for whom few people care for. The main aim behind OSC Schools is to provide free quality education to poor children who never had the opportunity to go to school because of financial constraints and being over age.

 The school is located inside the building of a Federal Government (FG) school in Islamabad. At OSCS children are given primary education in a relatively short duration so that they are prepared to enter main stream education besides having high level of moral and ethical values. They are also provided free lunch, books, copies, stationary, uniform, shoes and other requirments.

For donation please use.
Account number: 0101736462
Meezan Bank
F-10 Markaz Islamabad, Pakistan
Thanks & JazakAllah
How can you support

 Sponsor a Child @ Rs. 1000 for Education + Rs. 500 for Lunch per month     Fill up the sponsorship form and send us via email or post (Includes all expences i.e. Books, Tuition, and Uniform)

 Work at OSCS

 Donate Used Educational materials

  Open a branch in your own locality