CT Public School inaugurates Atal Tinkering Lab by organizing state championship on Robotics

Punjab Tribune Bureau | April 30, 2019 07:23 PM

150 students from various schools across Punjab participated

CT Public School wins first prize of Robo Race championship

 Jalandhar: CT Public School inaugurated Atal Tinkering Lab by organizing a state level Roba Race championship at its school. The inauguration was done Managing Director Manbir Singh, Principal Daljeet Rana, Vice Principal Sukhdeep Kaur along with students and faculty.

In this, 150 students from various schools across region namely  Punjab Public School(Nabha), Path Seekers (Beas), MGN School(Jalandhar), CT World (Jalandhar), Cambridge International School(Patti), CT Public School (Jalandhar), Delhi Public  School (Jalandhar), GMA Public School (Hoshiarpur), Doaba Public School etc participated. Out of these, CT Public School bagged the first position.

Along with the championship, a two day inter school workshop was also organized to make students aware about advanced technology in the field of Robotics and Animation. The workshop was headed by officials from All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA) namely Rohit Sharma, District coordinator and Kuldeep Tyagi, Assitant District Coordinator, along with trainers Manish and Vimal, Ajay and Megha from Picture Time.

During the workshop, experts guided children the technique of making and working of robots. The students were curious to learn the uses of robots and how to design one for the benefit of mankind. They were taught how to program their robots to perform numerous tasks.

Chairman of CT Group Charanjit S Channi graced the occasion with his presence during the closing ceremony and appreciated the vigorous efforts put in by the faculty and the budding scientists for this great venture.

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