The school received a prestigious grant from the Niti Aayog, Government of India, to set up Atal Tinkering Laboratory (ATL) in the year 2017 with a vision to 'cultivate one million children in India as neoteric innovators'. The aim is to foster curiosity, creativity and imagination in young minds and inculcate skills such as design mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing etc in children. ATL is a workspace where children give shape to their ideas with the help of technology. It has educational activities, 'do it yourself' learning kits and equipment on science, electronics, robotics, open-source microcontroller boards, sensors, and 3D printers etc. Young children get opportunities to explore various aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and come up with innovative solutions to problems of the society. Students from other schools who do not have ATL facilities are also invited to enhance their scientific temperament. Students get an opportunity to have hands on practical experiences about the concerned subjects and implement their thoughts and ideas into a project under the active monitoring of experts. The lab is a brilliant way to bring the do-it-yourself culture to the forefront, encourage and motivate students to become solution providers and get engaged in self learning that will not only lead to the development of higher order thinking skills, but we eventually lead to discoveries, innovations, and inventions.