Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

हामी STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts & Design and Mathematics) learning experience design गर्ने Karkhana हो 

STEAM education combines Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics to provide a holistic learning experience. It encourages hands-on exploration and problem-solving, fostering critical thinking and collaboration. The aim is to equip individuals with diverse skills for addressing real-world challenges in today’s complex environment.

You can connect with Karkhana by enrolling in our Community of Changemakers. You can fill this form to connect with the community: 

Karkhana is a social enterprise that focuses on giving students the right skills and attitude so that they can solve problems on their own and eventually build their own future. 

No, Karkhana was previously located at Gyaneshwor, but now it has shifted to Bhaisepati, Karyabinayak. Here’s the map link: Karkhana

Karkhana was established in 2069 B.S, it started as a premature enterprise under the collective leadership of four engineers working to create an impact on the education sector of Nepal.


  • STEAM based learning materials for individual students
  • STEAM based teacher trainings
  • Form Makerspace and STEAM Club in schools
  • To know more about it, email us at

Karkhana works with schools(Public/private both), colleges, NGOS/INGOS institutions with whom our mission and vision aligns.

Karkhana Samuha and Karkhana Asia fall under the same umbrella but they are not the same organization. Karkhana Asia is a social enterprise whereas Karkhana Samuha is an NGO.

No, Karkhana is a social enterprise.

No, Karkhana not only sells science kits. The science kits are a part of the Karkhana Science program for Grades 6-8, Karkhana has other programs for classes 1-12.

Yes, Karkhana products are made in Nepal, for Nepal, to be used in Nepal.

No, but Karkhana works with schools.

To contact us, you can mail us at, or call us at 9802011866.

STEAM Club is a platform for students who are interested in STEAM-related activities to explore the concepts of STEAM beyond the classroom. Whereas, a makerspace is a lab that is equipped to help you make things. It has elements of a science lab, a computer lab, and even a workshop where students can be innovative and bring their most creative ideas to life. This space will accommodate 15-20 students at a time. So it can be said that the STEAM club is a part of Makerspace as well as an individual program.