This chapter explains ITE’s most celebrated activities: melas and camps. For many students, melas provided an opportunity to confidently communicate their achievements in their communities. Students, with help from teachers, would make projects or improve existing projects to showcase the best of their artefacts to local communities and government education authorities. Soon, ITE melas became an important strategy to navigate ITE in community political institutions and school premises. ITE camps started to allow students to work on problem-based learning tasks over continuous longer periods without the barriers of following rigid timetable system in the schools. Over time, computational thinking–based projects were taught in these camps using problem- and project-based technology.