Robotix Learning Solutions is helping to bridge the gender gap for women in STEM. @IndianGirlsCode is inspiring girls to be innovators in the field of computer science and technology, with a special focus on underprivileged girls. This free coding and robotics education program helps girls learn to code and innovate by creating real-world applications for real-world problems. Our first @IndianGirlsCode program is at the all-girl's orphanage at the Annai Ashram in Trichy with 25 girls ages 7-12.
Robotix Learning Solutions has partnered with Ford Motor Co. Pvt Ltd, India through their Light House Project initiative teaching Coding and Robotics to 50 underprivileged girls and boys at the Kannagi Nagar School, Chennai. This 20 week programme, designed specially for these children commenced in July 2015, with the Inauguration graced by Mr. David Dubensky, Managing Director, Ford Motor Pvt Ltd, India.
Robotix Learning Solutions, as part of the Indian Robotix League' IRL-CSR initiative, hosted a free summer camp for differently-abled students in Robotics. Robotix Learning Solutions partnered with Ability Foundation – an NGO based in Chennai, to select 10 students to undergo this training. Encouraging gender diversity, the camp ensured equal participation of both boys and girls. These students belonging to grade 4-7 learned how to construct robots, the basics of programming and were given lessons in application of robotics in day-to-day life. This camp will be an annual programme and aims to spread robotics education to children across the country.