We are using the benefit of science in our everyday life but seldom practice the scientific temperament in our life. But, often people are not equipped to personally assess the facts and to differentiate facts from opinion or political spin, and science from non-science. As a result, citizens are predominantly influenced by prevailing perceptions in their societies while understanding the issues concerning them. Creating scientific temperament in society is a prerequisite for building responsible citizens. This should start much earlier among young learners by building problem solving skills, critical thinking and acquiring lifelong skills that allow students to generate new ideas, weigh decisions intelligently and to understand the evidence behind public policy making. Hume Centre is committed to generate scientific temper and scientific attitude among the young through various innovative activities and has been focusing developing and disseminating innovative ideas in science teaching in schools as well as outside the schools reaching out to the underprivileged and marginalized sections in our society.