Project Inaugurated On December 8, 12 Lakh Students In 2,000 Public Schools To Be Trained In Robotics: Robotic labs will be set up in 2,000 high schools in Kerala from December, incorporating innovative activities to develop student’s knowledge and skills. As part of this, 12 lakh students of the state will be trained in robotics technology, Minister of Public Education V. Shivankutty announced in a press conference. Training under the leadership of Kite is aimed at inculcating scientific aptitude in students and ensuring basic skills in the field of technology. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the project at the state level on December 8 at 12.15 pm at Jimmy George Indoor Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram. Finance Minister K. N Balagopal will be the chief guest.

9000 robotics training kits will be distributed to 2000 high schools to impart training in the field of robotics. 60,000 selected students will be given direct training under the guidance of 4000 kite masters. The Minister stated that the training program has been organized in such a way that the trained children will train other students as well.

Robotics is a key area of ​​training in the Little Kites project. The minister said that through training in this field, students in public schools will get an opportunity to get practical training in new technological fields like robotics, IoT and artificial intelligence. And for this, practicing programming can also help develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills in children.

Each robotic kit delivered to school includes an Arduino Uno Rev3, LEDs, SG90 mini servo motor, and LDR. Sensor Module, Light Sensor Module, IR Kite CEO K. Anwar Saadat, who participated in the press conference, said that Kite has provided an opportunity to purchase spare parts directly, which include sensor module, active buzzer module, push button switch, breadboard, jumper wires and resistors.


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