Tinkerly

Tink´er`ly


a.1.After the manner of a tinker.
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Now operational as Tinkerly; the revamp consisted of a brand new name, logo, brand colours, and a refreshingly new website.
We want to fill that void", said Sharad Bansal, Co-founder and CEO of Tinkerly.
The Tinkerly team is looking forward to become the Google of STEM in the near future.
Along with the announcement of new brand Tinkerly, company will venture into STEM B2C offerings via Educational Kits, digital content etc.
"Tinkerly is laser focused on enabling and inspiring students to be innovators of tomorrow with its offerings around 'learning by doing'.
"We took this opportunity to rethink not just our name but our entire brand focus into connecting various STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) dots via different offerings like STEM Labs in schools, digital content in mobile apps, electronics and science DIY kits under a common brand umbrella called Tinkerly", said Vivek Pathak, Managing Director, Tinkerly.
"The move forward from Srjna to Tinkerly as a refreshing new look was not just a step but a leap from being the most innovative team providing exceptionally good learning products to now saying we are on the top of it", says Naveen Siromoni, Art Director, India Today Group.
Indeed, the notion of the 'scholar and gentleman' derives from the success of the Tudor humanists in making 'Good literature, and learnyng' a desideratum amongst the gentry.(49) Harvey uses the phrase in Pierce's Supererogation in his reply to the 'ruffianly scoffes' of his enemy John Lyly: 'What scholler, or gentleman, can reade such alehouse and tinkerly stuffe without blushing?'(50) But there was a problem in identifying scholarship and gentility.