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Updates & Events

Robo Club Summer Camp Starts from April.

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we are also offering projects to schools and colleges

Contact - Robo Club

60-9-10/4, Beside KIMS Hospital, 7th Lane, Siddhartha Nagar,

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93 93 97 9999
93 93 45 3459


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Does your child like ROBOTS ? How would they feel about making a model that can move, speak and even think on its own? How would YOU like it if they found a fun way to learn about Programming, Math, Science and Engineering? Would your school like to start a robotics program and/or enter a team in the FLL & WRO ?
Robotics & Engineering - Master - Ages 14+
Competitions - Robo Club

Indian Robot Olympiad (IRO)

The Indian Robot Olympiad has evolved over the years and today involves more than 600 teams in various stages of the competition. Aimed at bringing young scientist and engineers from around the country to interact and engage in a friendly robot competition, which helps young students to experience and learn creative thinking, team-work and problem-solving skills. Indian Robot Olympiad is a national level robotics competition held annually at different locations and the winning teams represents India at the World Robot Olympiad. The 5th Indian Robot Olympiad 2010 was held at Genesis Global School, Noida on 28th August 2010 (North Chapter) and The International School of Bangalore, Bangalore on 5th September 2010 (South Chapter).

World Robot Olympiad (WRO)

The World Robot Olympiad is an event for science, technology and education which brings together the young people all over the world to develop their creativity and problem solving skills through challenging and educational robot competitions. Schools are invited to enter a team of three students to participate in this competition. Participating teams need to create, design and build a robot models that looks or behaves like human athlete. The competition starts from preliminary to the final judging.


  • Provide the promising elementary and high school students an opportunity to expand their horizons through exploration of robots and robotic systems in the school.
  • Introduce the concept of modern science into school’s educational activities in science and technology.
  • Provide an opportunity to promote creative thinking, improve communications and cooperation skills and strengthen the ability to acquire new knowledge highly relevant towards progressive education.
  • Bring together young people all over the world to develop creativity and problem solving skills through challenging and educational robot competition.

To widen the youth's view in the application of science & technology, improve their learning efficiency & encourage our youth to be future scientists, engineers and inventors.


FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is a global program created to get children excited about science and technology.  A hands-on program for ages 9 to 16 FLL uses Challenges based on real world scientific problems to engage children in research, problem solving, and engineering. The cornerstone of the program is its Core Values, which emphasize friendly sportsmanship, learning, and community involvement.

Each yearly Challenge has two parts, the Project and the Robot Game. Working in teams of three to ten children and guided by at least one adult coach, teams have 8 weeks to:

  • Build an autonomous robot to carry out pre-designed missions in 2 minutes and 30 seconds
  • Analyze, research, and invent a solution to a real world problem

The culmination of all that hard work for many teams is the participation in an FLL event - much like a high energy sporting event. Referees monitor and score the Robot Game. Judges review team presentations. An FLL event is a pumped-up environment with music and excitement that celebrates the work the children have done throughout the season.

Junior FIRST® LEGO® League (Jr. FLL)

The newest program in FIRST introduces the youngest students to the exciting worlds of science and technology. Just like FLL, this program features a real-world challenge, to be solved by research, critical thinking and imagination. Guided by adult coaches, students work with LEGO elements and moving parts to create solutions and present them for review.

Younger elementary school students get to:

  • Design and build challenge solutions using LEGO elements
  • Apply real-world math and science concept
  • Research challenges facing today’s scientists
  • Learn team-building and presentation skills
  • Develop Show-Me posters

FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC)

The FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), formerly the FIRST Vex Challenge (FVC), is a mid-level robotics competition targeted toward high-school aged students. It offers the traditional challenge of a FIRST competition but with a more accessible and affordable robotics kit.

The ultimate goal of FTC is to reach more young people with a lower-cost, more accessible opportunity to discover the excitement and rewards of science, technology, and engineering. The FIRST Tech Challenge grew out of the existing FIRST Robotics Competition and the IFI Robovation platform. FIRST, RadioShack, and Innovation First collaborated to develop an improved version of the IFI Robovation kit. The kit was significantly upgraded and was called the Vex Robotics Design System. For the 2008 Season Pitsco developed a platform that uses the NXT brick along with additional hardware and a new structural framework under the new name of TETRIX. Using aluminum parts that will allow participants to add Lego parts and sensors the kit includes 4 DC motors and larger wheels. In addition to hardware changes, the system may now be programmed using NXT-G, RobotC, and LabVIEW.