Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Here are a few commonly asked questions.

Q: What is Fun Doctrina?

Fun Doctrina is an innovative approach towards science and its related disciplines. We have designed hands-on STEM experiments for classes 1-8. The experiments focus on the practical application of scientific concepts in daily life and incorporate qualities like creativity, problem-solving and critical thinking

Q: What experiments are you offering?

We are offering STEM-based experiments for students of class I-VIII. These experiments take a hands-on approach and teach basic scientific principles and specific learning objectives.

Q: What is STEM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM acronym often used to describe the academic subjects necessary for attaining and maintaining scientific and technical careers.  

Q: Why is STEM education important?

In today’s global economy, STEM education is closely linked with Pakistan’s economic stability and prosperity. To become a leader in science and technology, a country needs the genius and hard work of its scientists, engineers, and innovators. In Pakistan, a tiny percentage of students pursue expertise in STEM fields.  

We need STEM education to expand the capacity and diversity of the STEM graduates pipeline to prepare more students for the best jobs of the future that will keep Pakistan innovative, secure, and competitive.  

Q: What is the impact of STEM on girls?

STEM education empowers women to take jobs in the fields of science, engineering, architecture, economics, biosciences, and other interdisciplinary professions. STEM careers offer many benefits to women. One such example is that in STEM jobs, women earn 33% more than those in non-STEM occupations.  

Q: Why focus on STEM?

STEM education is the key to increase students’ abilities and interests in the critical areas of science and its disciplines, so our students are college and career ready for the  

Q: How do I know if this STEM is right for the academic curriculum?

STEM education in schools instills:

  • discussing thoughts, questions, ideas, and solutions that lead to problem-solving
  • Teamwork for a common goal – putting talent, expertise, and abilities to work
  • Seeing difficulties in a new light, linking learning across subjects and disciplines
  • Coming up with out of the box solutions to get things done
  • Learning innovation and invention
  • Encouraging curiosity and inquisitiveness
  • Developing autonomy and being capable of working independently
  • Critical analytical skills to demonstrate mastery

No specific criteria are required for STEM education. You just need an open mind and a willingness to learn.

Q: Aren’t primary class students too young to decide what they want to be when they grow up?

To incorporate STEM education is a choice made by parents and teachers for a brighter future for their kids. Inculcating STEM Education in schools is not to make every student an engineer or a scientist. 

But a child who likes science might be more interested in other core lessons if they are presented relatively. And a child who might think, “Math and science are not for me,” might discover the joy and develop an interest in these subjects through the hands-on approach of STEM experiments.

Q: Do you have customer service?

Of course! Our friendly and knowledgeable customer services reps are available to answer your questions. Please Dial +923335136538 or email us at for Customer queries.