Published: September 23, 2022
Author: Fashion Value Chain

STEMROBO aims to establish tinkering and innovation labs and provide proper
training for teachers in STEM, robotics, coding and AI.
STEMROBO aims to collaborate with more than 10,000 schools by FY24. Ed-tech start-up,
STEMROBO Technologies, has announced to set up ‘Showcase Schools’, an end-to-end
ecosystem with the aim to ensure the holistic development of students. The announcement comes
amid National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 mandate for K12 students to get indulged in
experiential learning such as robotics, STEM education, artificial intelligence (AI), 3D
printing, design thinking, entrepreneurship, and coding in schools.
According to the official statement, the objective behind setting up the Showcase Schools is to
equip the schools with the setup required to nurture students. The idea is to inculcate a culture of
curiosity and problem solving, which will enable students to contribute towards Unsustainable
Development Goals(UNSDGs), the statement added.
Under this initiative, STEMROBO aims to establish tinkering and innovation labs and provide
proper training for teachers in #STEM, robotics, coding and AI. The schools will offer tech-
based curriculums and DIY kits to the students for hands-on experience, among others, the
statement said. Further, the statement said that STEMROBO aims to collaborate with more than
10,000 private and government schools in PAN India by FY24.
As per the statement, in the Showcase Schools students would be trained in advanced
technological tools. This ecosystem will allow a holistic development of students right from
kindergarten. It will focus on students interested in science or computers as well as those who are
involved in co-curricular activities like dancing, cooking, singing, among others.
“The criterion that we aim to fulfil through showcase schools is the availability of the complete
ecosystem to nurture innovation and 21st century skills by integrating or introducing various
advanced programmes for the K12 segment. We look forward to collaborate with all types of
schools of all sizes and help them in establishing the infrastructure required to catch up with the
world’s leading schools,” Rajeev Tiwari, co-founder, STEMROBO Technologies, said.
Tiwari added that the affordability of Showcase Schools will be flexible as the company aims to
offer customized proposals per the institutions’ requirements. “We have plans to collaborate with
around 4 lakh affordable private schools and high-budget private schools in the upcoming years,”
he said.

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