As a part of the “Jigyasa” project, R. D. Tiwari Government English School from Raipur has become the tenth government school in India to establish a robotics lab. 500 students from various classes can learn about building models and technological equipment in this lab.
In addition to Raipur, the Jigyasa initiative also covers Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat. In the lab, students will have the opportunity to learn how to construct robots, technical models, electronic gadgets, and more.
While those in grades 6 through 10 will be trained on how to construct electrical models, students in grades 4 and 5 will learn about models without electronic components. In the robotics lab, kids will also study computer programming.
Exposing the students to the creation of models, coding, and robots can enhance their creative ability. Anuj Kumar Dwivedi, headmaster of Pt. R. D. Tiwari Government English School, says that the main objective of this project is to increase students’ interest in crucial subjects like physics and mathematics. He added that everything in the laboratory was purchased from Sweden.
The headmaster also mentioned that a mentor had been recruited to train kids in robotics and programming. He believes that the lab will help the kids get better jobs in the future. According to Saurabh Verma, the lab’s mentor, children in the primary level will study designing through an interactive session.
Particular scientific principles and load balance will be taught to the students. The students would be trained in the robotics lab to develop models that can address problems affecting common people, such as the design of traffic lights and the software that makes them function.