Robokidz with an aim to bring a change in the development years of children has launched programmes for kids to expose them to the world of robotics. The young and dedicated team delivers robotics education programme for school students in the form of workshops and robotic lab
Born in 2010 with the motto of promoting technology, scientific thinking and innovation, Robokidz has surpassed five years of creating an aura of a science and technology spectacle year after year. Well established as Science and Technology Skill Development Company, Robokkidz is reaching out to more than 30,000 kids in over 300 Schools across India.
The company has made an inception by exposing school children to the world of robotics. The dedicated young and dynamic team creates and deliver robotics education programme for school students in form of Workshops, Year Long Programme and Robotics Lab.
Robokidz has a weekend programme named Young Engineer’s Club designed especially for kids with little or no knowledge of robotics and electronics. The team inspires young kids to develop an interest in science and engineering. They mentor students about doing activities in a group and analyse and solve any problems faced during their activities. Students will be working on many real life applications under the guidance of trained faculties.
The mission of Robokidz is to inspire and develop children to think creatively, reason systematically and explore their potential to shape their future. The team strives to provide best possible resources and education in the field of Electronics and Robotics.
Robocon Jr. is an initiative by MIT’s Pune Vishwashanti, Gurukul and Robokidz India LLP with an aim to unleash the young engineers within the child. It is robotics competition for kids of ages 8 to 15 years. This allows them to learn in an active, constructionist environment, building physical objects and experiencing abstract concepts in intentionally meaningful ways.
The opportunity to use robotics, to simulate learning and problem solving offers children the possibility of realising that computer technology extends beyond the reach of their desktops.
Since four years, Robokidz has been organising various National and State-level Robotics Competitions in association with premium institutes like MIT, Pune and IIT Bombay. These competitions have been creating a visual spectacle year after year. Some of the events hosted by us are:
Robosoccer – 2010
Robosoccer – 2011
Robocon Jr. – 2013
Robocon Jr. – 2014
Techfest, IIT Bombay – 2015.