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Lema labs' programme on Robotics from June 20

Published: 18th June 2016 05:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th June 2016 05:41 AM   |  A+A-

Lema Labs

CHENNAI: Lema Labs (incubated at IIT Madras Incubation Cell) — a company striving to build an eco-system for emerging technologies by supporting students — will organise a crash course on robotics for college students. This workshop-cum-training programme will be from June 20-25 at IIT Madras Research Park, Taramani.

Kaizen Robotics is a certificate programme that offers students a steep learning curve in robotics. This six-day workshop will provide an opportunity to students to understand the nuances of robotics.

The updated curriculum includes training on UART — serial communication and computer-controlled robot for improving the skills of students in the field. It also offers a four-month guidance programme where the trainers from Lema Labs will support students working on projects of their interest even after the training is completed. Students will also get an elaborate take-away robotics kit during the programme. The fee is `8,500 and registration is open for engineering students. To register, visit https://krpbasic.explara.com. For further queries, contact 9543425898/9043186982. 

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