School Web Desk
New Delhi, October 4
The Innovation story, along with Capgemini, organised a Creative and Design Thinking Workshop on Robotics for the Precursor to TIS Capgemini Innovate for Tomorrow Contest, presented as a part of the Pre India-Internet Governance Forum event. This opportunity enabled students from Class VIII to XII to interact with industry experts, get insights into real-world challenges and learn how robots can solve these challenges.
The virtual workshop was organised as a precursor to Innovate for Tomorrow Contest, scheduled from October 3 to 29. The contest invites students in Class VIII to XII to develop innovative solutions to a chosen problem via the use of technology.
There will be ten awardees, including a winner, runners-up, and 3rd place in each category + 1 win by popular vote on Instagram.
Meenal Majumder, Founder, The Innovation Story said, “The reality of tomorrow is the innovation of today. The TIS Capgemini Innovate For Tomorrow Contest held as a pre-event at the IIGF is an opportunity for students to ideate and come up with innovative solutions for some of the real-world challenges.”
The pre-contest workshop was introduced and moderated by the students, who also introduced the notable speakers present, including Mr Asim Bhalerao, Founder, Fluid Robotics, Mr Tanuj Jhunjhunwala, Co-founder Planys Technologies and Dr Apurva Joshi, Research Scientist IIT Bombay.
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