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Robolab’s students bagged First prize with INR 1Lakh prize money at IISC Bengaluru

Greetings for the day!   Team Robolab congratulates the team of students from MVJ College of Engineering, Bengaluru consisting of Muhammad Safwat (Robolab’s Student of the Year 2016), Devanshu Jha, Chiragdeep Singh Malhotra and Abhishek Nanda, ably guided by faculties and mentors, who bagged the First Prize at IISC, Bengaluru for their innovation which gives voice to the verbally and hearing impaired. They also won INR 1Lakh as prize money.   We all are proud of the Team Apollo!  

Robolab Technologies awarded as Best ICT Start-Up in India by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India, ASSOCHAM and ERICSSON

Robolab Technologies awarded as Best ICT Start-Up in India by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India, ASSOCHAM, and ERICSSON ICT Start-Ups award is an annual ASSOCHAM initiative to promote innovation through the recognition and reward of outstanding ICT innovations. The initiative was established in 2016 by ASSOCHAM in collaboration with Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt. of India and ERICSSON. It provides a platform to showcase their outstanding ICT innovations. Robolab Technologies was awarded as the Best ICT Start-Up in India by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India, ASSOCHAM, and ERICSSON…

Memorandum of Understanding signed between Robolab Technologies and 3D PLM, Dassault Systèmes for enhancing the learning experience, research, and innovation in Academia.

Happy to share with you that Memorandum of Understanding is signed between Robolab Technologies and 3D PLM, Dassault Systèmes for the enhancing learning experience, research, and innovation in Academia. Thank you all for your love and support. Yours, Team Robolab!

AI, Robotics, IoT part of new AICTE 2018 Undergraduate Syllabus now

  AI, Robotics, IoT part of new AICTE 2018 Undergraduate Syllabus now The much-hyped new age technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Analytics are neither new nor will they take away jobs. The Indian industry is over-glorifying machines, said Prof S Sadagopan, Director (President) of IIIT-Bangalore. Speaking about the future of jobs and the expansion of automation, Sadagopan said that automation is not the end. Every automation creates ten more jobs, Sadagopan added. “While everyone is talking about big data and analytics, the real big data is yet to come. We are at an early stage of analytics,” he said. Speaking…

Salient Features of a CoE

The CoE should be relevant to Indian technological needs and have a long-term vision of evolving technological requirements and changing natural/societal constraints A Centre of Excellence (CoE) is expected to be a collaborative activity between a team of high quality researchers in the institution and researchers or research users in several companies or organizations. In cases where the nature of research is partially related to production or improvement of public goods, collaboration may include appropriate public agencies. In all cases, however, CoEs will need to demonstrate that the majority of their collaborators are from private firms (if such exist within…

Heartiest congratulations to Robot Study Circle, Govt.College Of Engineering,Pune (COEP), Team India

Heartiest congratulations to Robot Study Circle, Govt.College Of Engineering, Pune (COEP), Team India for winning The Nagase Award and for securing 6th position amongst such a tough competition from other nations at ABU Robocon 2017 Tokyo #KeepBotting Proud of the entire team Anuj Phegade, Sagar Khadse, Ashay Aswale, Aashish Sonawane, Shubham Sonawane, Shivam Thabe, Danish Babla, Farahanaaz Shaikh, Chinmay Mandale, Manthan Pawar, Mrunalinee Koli, Sohan Bulage, Anagha Kotkar, Dr Prof S S Ohol, Dr B B Ahuja and the team members

IITRAM – Centers Of Excellence ( COE )

IITRAM provides Engineering Education with specialization in Infrastructure and Management of Infrastructure to create centers of excellence, to organize advanced studies and to promote research. It shall foster cultural and ethical values with a view to enhance professional morality, research integrity, globally acceptable business ethics and morals for professionals.  

COEP RSC: BY THE POWER OF DEADSHOT

In August, Japan may fall in love with a new robot from India. And no, it’s not Rajinikanth   Deadshot looks more like a portable table than a highly advanced robot. Its metal frame fitted with wires, motors, and sensors only accentuate its odd appearance. Yet, beneath the haphazard network of cables, lies a champion bot that can toss a frisbeeshaped disc and make it land on designated targets with pinpoint accuracy. In fact, Deadshot is so accomplished at the task, he beat others like him in the national finals of Robocon, a robotics competition organised three months ago in…

Importance of Centre of Excellence in Robotics

We are living in a technology rich world. Science and technology are extremely popular with learners of today; they are also pathways to career opportunities in the future.   It is widely accepted among worldwide educationists that to work and operate in the learning environments of today, our learners need to be technology fluent and develop real life skills such as co-operation , self confidence , teamwork , creativity and innovation. Robotics programs are excellent in fulfilling the Science mandate. Robotics engages students in STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics) fields by providing interactive, hands-on, minds-on, cross-disciplinary learning opportunities.  …

Need education system that enables thought, says Niti Aayog CEO

GURUGRAM: Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on Friday called for an overhaul of the education system in the country to develop innovation and application skills.   “We must disrupt the education system to include more hands-on experience. We need a school system that will enable you to think and innovate,” he said.   Kant was speaking at the second convocation of BML Munjal University in Gurgaon Under the Atal Innovation Mission, he said, Niti Aayog has established 500 tinkering labs across schools in India that enable students to develop application and innovation skills.   “It is astonishing to see that…

Frequently Asked Questions for ATL, NITI Aayog

ATL:what is tinkering?? Experimenting with various available raw materials and technology tools; understanding their potential and creating a solution for local/global problems ATL:Is there any prescribed curriculum/syllabus for different classes and set challenges which the students have to attend throughout the year? The idea of the ATL is to ensure that children think out of the box and use the ATLs to learn science hands on, without rote learning. It is meant to encourage students to experiment in any manner that excites them. Therefore, schools have full freedom to encourage and push children in this direction, without forcing children into…

‘AICTE plans to revamp technical education’

Poonia said AICTE is planning to amend the syllabus of engineering courses from 1st July with the addition of new subjects to bring the uniformity in the curriculum in the technical Institutions throughout the Country.   To increase the employability after technical courses, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), is planning complete revamption of syllabus of technical courses.   This was disclosed by Dr M.P Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE during a meeting with the delegation of All India Federation of Self Financing Colleges Association (AIFSFTI) under the leadership of Chief Patron, R S Munirathinam and President, Dr. Anshu Kataria…

AICTE to revise syllabus, also planning to collaborate with industry, MSME Ministry

New Delhi,( May 9): All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is considering revising the syllabus of technical courses of colleges and universities in the country. This is being done with an aim to equip the students with better skills and abilities that could make them more employable.   AICTE chairman MP Poonia in a press interview informed that the new course will be highly technical and industry oriented. He also said that at present the technical colleges and schools lack uniformity, the new syllabus aims to address this concern by making the curriculum uniform throughout the country.   The…

Startup Success Stories India covers Robolab as “This Pune Based Robotics Startup Redefines the Technology Education Sector”

We are publishing an interview of Mr. Amol Gulhane, Director and CEO, Robolab – A Pune based robotics startup which is redefining the technology education sector.   About the founders: Amol Gulhane – (Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer) A roboticist by himself has deep experience of designing and manufacturing complex and task specific industrial robots. Has a profound knowledge of educational and defense robots and is specialized in digital image processing, embedded programming, design analysis and optimization. With his entrepreneurial, management and technical skills, he plays an important role in shaping a great technology company. Amol Gulhane, Director and CEO, Robolab…

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