Tata Technology, one of India’s leading technology and engineering services providers, is funding our India STEM Foundation’s (ISF) capacity building programmes- Robosiksha Kendra . This investment marks a significant step towards Tata Technology’s commitment to promoting STEM education and nurturing the next generation of engineers, scientists and technologists in India. The students were given a wholesome experience at one of our Robosiksha Kendra where they, under the guidance of the mentor-Vrashali Hotalkar and Programme Managers – Swati Sood, got introduced with Lab tools and along with building a Led Blink system
LAP Deccan School is a K-12 school located in Pune, India. It is a co-educational institution that provides quality education in a nurturing and inclusive environment. The school aims to provide students with a well-rounded education that encompasses academic, social, physical and emotional development. It associates itself with STEM Education which will help with future leaders and critical thinkers to our nation.
Students have shown a keen interest in understanding the use of Lab tools.Lab tools range from basic instruments such as measuring tapes and thermometers, to more advanced tools such as oscilloscopes and spectrophotometers.
In this project, students can learn about basic electronics and use lab tools such as breadboards, LEDs, resistors, and microcontrollers to build a simple circuit that causes an LED to blink on and off. By building and programming the LED Blink System, students can learn about the fundamentals of electronics and gain hands-on experience using lab tools.
This project provides a great introduction to the world of electronics and helps students develop critical thinking, problem-solving and hands-on skills. It’s a fun and engaging way to learn about the basics of electronics and how lab tools can be used to build and experiment with simple circuits
The experience of students at Robosiksha Kedra was a positive experience as they were provided with access to state-of-the-art lab tools and resources, and taught by experienced and knowledgeable instructors.
Students at Robosiksha Kendra have the opportunity to:
Learn about the latest developments in robotics: Robosiksha Kendra provides students with up-to-date information and knowledge on the latest advancements in the field of robotics.
Hands-on learning: Students get hands-on experience building and programming robots using lab tools, which is a key aspect of the learning experience at Robosiksha Kendra.
Develop technical skills: Students can develop technical skills such as programming, electronics, and mechanical engineering, which are highly sought after in today’s job market.
Collaborate with peers: Students have the opportunity to work in teams and collaborate with their peers, which helps to foster a sense of community and provides a platform for students to share their knowledge and ideas.
Have fun: Robotics is a fun and engaging subject, and students who attend Robosiksha Kendra often find the learning experience to be enjoyable and rewarding.
Overall, the experience of students at Robosiksha Kendra is designed to be challenging, rewarding, and enjoyable, and provides students with the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the field of robotics.
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