TIFR has a Science Popularization and Public Outreach program that organizes many events. I am a member of this committee for the year 2020-21.
During Frontiers of Science and National Science Day, our department forms an integral part of the proceedings. The aim of the STCS Outreach team (a.k.a. the Infostaan team), is to attract the audience towards theoretical computer science and information theory, through puzzles that can be demonstrated. The team also presented these puzzle demonstrations in the Summer Special Chai and Why? on 2nd June, 2019.
I am one of the student-members (representing maths and cs) of the Science Popularisation and Outreach Committee of TIFR for the year 2020-21. In the 2018 edition of the Frontiers of Science (which was held on the 25th of November), I gave a talk aimed at 9th and 10th standard kids, titled Can computers do everything?. I also gave an extended version of this talk as part of the Chai and Why? series on 20th January, 2019.
To know more about the kind of activities carried out, please visit the TIFR Outreach Webpage and the Chai and Why? facebook page.
Some of the videos are also available on youtube.