Mumbai Kids Get to Grips with Robotics

ThinkLABS Technosolutions is teaching school children in Mumbai how to handle robots. The 'hands-on' learning camp is based on robotics and virtual robotics. It will be held from October 30 to November 13 at reliance World stores in 5 locations at Juhu, Mulund, Powai, Borivali and Opera House.

The Robocamp has been designed with the children’s academic curricula in mind. It will include demonstrations and also provide the children opportunity to build their own robots such as a scorpion, gripper, soccer playing robot, line follower, obstacle removing robots. The virtual robots will also help the children to create their own computer based games.

Mr. Gagan Goyal, Founder and Director, ThinkLABS Technosolutions, said that the company has been working towards adding a whole new dimension to science and technology education in India and making learning a lot more fun and interactive ever since its inception in 2006.

The Particiapnts of the Robocamp will be eligible to enter the National Robotics Competition to be held in IIT Bombay. The winner will win a trip to NASA.


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