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Talking Tech on Children’s Day

Published: 15th November 2014 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th November 2014 06:11 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Children were treated to an interactive workshop on robotics on the occasion of Children’s Day at the press club premises on Friday. The workshop was conducted by The Press Club of Hyderabad in association with EduRobo  Hyderabad’s unique ‘Robotics’ training organisation. The workshop saw participation by over 60 kids between the age of six and 15 years. EduRobo has been conducting similar one-day workshops each Sunday at its Learning Centre located at Madhapur.

Commenting on key elements of the workshop, Ravi Kiran, founder, EduRobo said, “Understanding Electronic and Robotics, is fast becoming an important parameter in Indian education system. It is a proven fact that Robotics also helps improves peer-bonding and social competencies besides reading, writing and presentation skills; and this will help is preparing better individuals for the future. Above all, it helps a kid get familiar with future technologies.”

Participants were introduced to various elements of electronics and robotics that will help them develop an eye for problem solving and improve time and goal management skills.

They also had fun learning elements of mathematics and science from the most advanced and city’s first humanoid robot NAO that fascinated these young brains. The childrem also trained with several other robots including Robotic blocks, Electronic Tinybits and Lego products.

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