Wednesday, November 12, 2014


IndiaFIRST™ NATIONAL ROBOTICS CHALLENGE (IRC) has been announced. IRC will be conducted on Sunday, 15th February, 2015. Block your dates for the competition. Its going to be an exciting tournament with more than 50 nos. of School Teams participating in the competition.

In a very unique model, One Team is comprising of 10 nos. of students. These students will anoint a CEO, CFO and CTO among themselves. The rest of the team members will be responsible for fund raising and operational progress.

These students will be trained by Mentors. Each team can have maximum 2 nos. of mentors. Parents, Teachers, Engineering Students, or anyone with an eye on Engineering and keen to transfer the knowledge to students can be become a mentor. Needless to say that the Mentor will have to spend time during his/her spare time to train these students.It will be the responsibility of the Mentor to train the students in Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and IT Programming. Ofcourse, the Mentor shall receive FREE training
from IRC for 4 days on the above Robotics concepts as well as assembly of the Robot using sensors, gears, grippers, micro controller and even the programming of the Robot.

Last date for registration of Team is 25th November 2014.

Training of the mentors will start from 1st December 2014.


Students and the Mentors shall get about 2 months for training and strategising for the competition. Competition shall be played in Alliance format. Alliance of 2 teams shall compete with the Alliance of other 2 Teams. Alliance partners shall be announced at the time of competition. Hence, they will get only about 10 minutes to know each other and discuss technical as well as field strategy.

Our last competition which was held in Pune at the Balewadi Stadium received unprecedented support and response from Academia, Industry as well Students, Parents and Schools.

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