Government includes Robotics technology in the education system

Oct 11 2019 05:35 PM
Government includes Robotics technology in the education system

Today we are going to share with you about a new technology related to the education world. The "e-Yantra" scheme of the Ministry of Human Resource Development has also included the real problems related to agriculture through robotics technology and factors related to the growth of fields and plants so that students can understand about them. An official of the Ministry said that the 'e-yantra' is a program sponsored by the National Mission on Education through Information Communication Technology (NMICT) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, which is being pursued by IIT Bombay.

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As per the information received from the Ministry working towards this, more than 2115 teachers have been trained through e-Yantra workshops at IIT Bombay, so that they can teach robotics to students in various colleges. The initiative to set up e-Yantra Lab is a college-level program. In this, colleges are motivated to set up robotics labs. Its purpose is to prepare the necessary infrastructure for the study of robotics in colleges and to prepare a system to train teachers. E-Yantra Robotics Competition is a program held every year. In this, students who have graduated from science and mathematics subjects, students taking engineering degrees or diplomas from different streams can participate. The winning students of the competition become eligible for the summer internship at IIT Bombay.

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It is worth noting that this includes the subject of preparing the field for growing plants and preparing equipment to monitor plant growth. 'The purpose of the e-Yantra project is to give students technical information related to making robots. Also, an arrangement has to be made for the next generation of engineers, robot experts. Under this, IIT Bombay will help students to develop a real understanding of robotics through project work.

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