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MISSION

Introducing young minds to the fun and excitement of science and technology while building self confidence, knowledge, and life skills. Read More..

Sunday Hobby Class,
SUMMER CAMP: V- XI, Students
Call : 8812919707/ 9854043908


Young Engineers

Young Engineers: A creative and innovative program for school children to provide them a platform to become maker innovator and creator. This course attempts to provide students with the basic on the road to creating things using micro-controllers. We will discuss only enough electronics for students to make circuits, and only enough programming for students to get started. The focus will be on students making things. As students go through this program they will be flooded with ideas of things that they can make.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES:

  • To know the basic components needed to make things using micro-controller
  • To gain an understanding of basic physical computing & controls
  • To apply theory from lectures to build robots following a design process
  • To assume team roles from an engineering design perspective
  • To understand robotics programming logic
  • To use methods for troubleshooting and debugging robots
  • To develop the ability to critically analyze problems by breaking them down into smaller and more manageable steps
  • To develop the ability to analyze logic and actively seek out different solutions

Level of Courses

Beginner's Level Robotics & Physical Computing with "Atmega328".

Intermediate Level Robotics Physical Computing with "Atmega328".

Advanced Level Robotics Physical Computing with "Atmega328".