This school in the capital of Chhattisgarh teaches students robotics, AI
With the establishment of the Robotics Institute, Pt. According to a press statement, RD Tiwari Government English School (transformed under Swami Atmanand Excellent School Scheme) has become his 10th government school in India to have such a lab under project ‘Jigyatha’. rice field. In this lab, another class of about 500 students learn about model development and electronic devices.
Besides the capital city of Chhattisgarh, the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat are also included in the project ‘Jigyatha’. Grades 4 and her grade 5 are taught about models (no electronics) and grades 6 through her grade 10 are trained to make electronic models. In addition, students are taught programming via computers in the robotics lab.
Students are given tasks to develop models, programs and robots to enhance their creativity. “The basic purpose of this is to increase student interest in important subjects such as math and science,” said the principal of Pt. RD Tiwari Government English School Anuj Kumar Dwivedi. “All the equipment in the lab came from Sweden,” added the principal.
He further explained that when students engage in model development, they need to calculate space and other requirements. Through this project, students can learn what it takes to develop a building. Robotics labs encourage student innovation and spark interest in science, math, and technology.
“What students learn in this lab will help them achieve better careers in the future,” Anuj added. “Mentors have also been appointed to teach students about programming and building robots.” “Primary school students are taught the basics of design, while sixth and seventh graders are trained in anything related to electronics. added Verma.
“Primary level students learn design through interactive sessions. Specifically, students are trained in load balancing and scientific concepts,” said Verma. He creates models to solve problems relevant to ordinary people, such as the development of traffic lights (lights) and the programs used for their functioning.