Hyderabad, (NSS): As many as 4200 students of Telangana Minorities Residential Institutes Education Society (TMRIES) will be getting exposed to new trends in technology and the use of Robotics to ignite them for innovative thinking and creativity. The workshop will be conducted for three days on August 12, 13 and 20 from 10 am to 3 pm.
It may be said here that “Robotics Workshop” conducted last year in 8 Minorities Residential Schools of Hyderabad was successful and this year TMRIES will be conducting same Robotics workshop in 42 new TMR Schools of Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Medchal and Vikarabad districts. About 4200 students will get Robotics Classes according to a press release.
As many as 480 students from Robotics Center of Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology (MJCET), Banjara Hills will offer Robotics Education to 7th class students of Minorities schools. It is also planned to extend the same training program to all other schools in remaining district of Telangana also. B Shafiullah, Society Secretary said that a plan is on cards to establish a full fledge “Robotics Center” as one of the best centers of the country where the students are going innovative and challenging projects like Robominton, Parent and Child Robot, Quadcopter, Ocean Roverbot, Spiderbod, Cleanerbot etc and will participate in various state level and national level robotics competitions. (NSS)