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Skill Development Program by Robotix India | USA and AI School of India in Association with Wisdom World School, Pune

There has been a paradigm shift in the learning curves for school students in the past few years. The digital world has generated curiosity among school students to learn about the latest technical skills and technologies like Artificial intelligence, robotics, and coding right from a young age.

From designing mobile applications to building robots, learning technical skills is no longer limited to those who have a degree in science. Keeping in mind the need to introduce technical skills to students from a young age, Robotix India & USA, in association with Wisdom World School, Pune, has initiated a weekend program for robotics, STEM, and Artificial intelligence.

The weekend program is specifically designed by Robotix India for learners in Grades 1–8. This program will have 24 sessions to be held on Saturdays at Wisdom World School, Wakad and Hadapsar location in Pune

Award-winning STEM and robotics products from Robotix India are going to be used in this program. By using these products, students can learn, explore, and create to spark an interest in future innovation.

Important features of the program are screen-free learning for the lower grades; hands-on, real-time experiential learning; regular assessments; and certifications for students from Skill India and

Mr. Ramana Prasad, the chairman of Robotix India and USA was really happy with the collaboration with Wisdom World School, Pune, for the weekend program for school children. He mentioned that this program would help young minds create an impact on the world of robotics and Artificial intelligence. He also mentioned that this weekend program for students will help boost their academic performance by providing them with a better grasp of math and science concepts.

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