JECRC, Jaipur University: Seminar on "Robotics" in JECRC University by Ms.Akanksha, from
Robotics' Firm, Technophillia, Mumbai
JECRC,Jaipur,21st March 2013: A seminar on Robotics was conducted by Ms. Akanksha ,from Robotics' firm Technophilia, Mumbai.She delivered a speech on Robotics in JECRC University ,Jaipur on 20th March 2013.
Technophilia, is a National Leader in
in India.This with the help of Robotics' and Computer Applications' Institute of America (RCAI) is expanding the base of Robotics education in Indian colleges and Universities. Robotics' and Computer Applications' Institute of America (RCAI) is based at the Carnegie-Mellon University of USA
During the seminar, Ms. Akanksha quoted "Robotics and Computer Applications Institute of USA, Technophilia"
as an Education management company trying to revolutionize learning with the use of technology in education. Their main focus is educational Robotics, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) concepts, training on Game development and mobile applications development for Android and Apple's iOS.
The Vice chancellor, S.S Pabla, JECRC University said after the session that the seminar aimed at motivating engineering students in the University. A series of such seminars on Robotics will soon follow in the next two
weeks to educate students more on the complexities of the technology.
Thus, an interesting and informative session for the students of JECRC University. They are excited and looking forward to attend few more Robotic
sessions that is soon going to take place in their campus.
About JECRC UNIVERSITY
JECRC University is a leading University located in Jaipur, Rajasthan. JECRC University is a part of JECRC Foundation
north India's premier education group.It aims to become a renowned centre of higher learning, and work towards academic, professional, cultural and social enrichment of the lives of individuals and communities.JECRC University
campus sprawls over 32 acres.It University aims at becoming a valuable resource for industry and society through its interventions in creation of research and innovation culture, academic and professional enhancement and cultural
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