Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women. Considering this, we need better detection methods for this. This experiment looks at one such method. This experiment is based on an image processing application and a chemical reaction that shows a colour change. Image processing is a kind of signal processing in which input is an image of the sensors and output is characteristics/features associated with that image i.e. the stage of cervical cancer. A huge impact can be created when the right platform is provided to students. Their ground breaking innovations are brought to you by Just Learning as it gives them the right space to explore .