Course

ROBOTIC MANIACS

Robotics is an interesting as well as a major component that is leading the way in advanced robotic technologies. A major attractive field for kids aged 10-16, who can be exposed with advanced robotic oriented concepts which can trigger the creativity inside them with the upper hand of concepts based on variety of sensors and other hardware used for robotics.

Details
  • Pizeo Sensor
  • IR Sensor and Tis application
  • Microphone and Audio Amplifier
  • Use of Multiple Sensors in Robotics Applications
  • Analysing and Retrieving Sensor Data
  • Data Processing
  • Use of Third-Party Devices
  • Understanding use of Multiple Robots
  • Age Groups: Junior – 4th to 8 th Std. Senior – 9th to 12th Std.

INTRODUCTIONS TO ELECTRONICS

Everyone in the current scenario is exposed to electronics in one way or the other. The goal is just to put woods in the flaming fire, where the students are made equipped with interesting concepts and constructing mechanisms of logical and useful circuits that forms the basic building blocks of bigger and more impactful projects. This course introduces a more effective way of learning with hands on training and introduction to soldering and de soldering as well.

Details
  • Component Symbols
  • Basic of Electricity
  • Solar Energy
  • Process of Soldering &De soldering
  • Trouble Shutting Technique
  • Concept of Prototyping
  • Building Project on Prototype Board
  • B.O Motor
  • Age Groups: Junior – 4th to 8 th Std. Senior – 9th to 12th Std.

EXPERIENCING SENSORS

A mechanical structure build, is a basic component behind the logical idea. This course fabricates the students to have a strong hold on mechanical concepts and sensor structures together with which they can efficiently design and structure a basic idea into a working prototype. The basic understanding of gear types, gear ratios, gear meshing and gear trains is fed to students in a graphical and attractive way.

Details
  • Understanding basic electronic components
  • Using a solderless breadboard to design a sensor
  • Building a light sensor
  • Building a temperature sensor
  • Building a reaction timer
  • Building a magnetic switch sensor
  • Building pressure sensor
  • Building a sound level meter
  • Measure sensor performance
  • Age Groups: Junior – 4th to 8 th Std. Senior – 9th to 12th Std.

DESIGNING PCB's

The word design usually strikes a chord in parallel with the creativity and efficiency. Whatever may be the design of circuits and selection of components, designing and soldering it to the pcb plays a major role in designing an effective prototype. The design needs experience, which logic one provides in abundance due to the practical explaining of the concepts and the hands on learning.

Details
  • Introduction to PCB
  • Types of PCB
  • Circuit Design and Simulation
  • PCB Etching Process
  • PCB Drilling
  • Basics of soldering
  • Solder Resist
  • Testing
  • Age Groups: Junior – 4th to 8 th Std. Senior – 9th to 12th Std.

ADVANCED COURSE ON ELECTRONICS


For those who knew, what things are but cannot put it together into a practical circuit. And to people who want to gain in depth knowledge about electronics and to have experience on building more complex circuits with advanced features will be benefitted from this course. Parallel learning of college level and diploma level of projects which can be synced with their subject knowledge will provide great influence in learning and effective implementation.

Details
  • Component Symbols
  • Basic of Electricity
  • Solar Energy
  • Process of Soldering &De soldering
  • Concept of Prototyping
  • Building Project on Prototype Board
  • Understanding basic electronic components
  • Using a solder less breadboard to design a sensor
  • Building a light sensor
  • Building a temperature sensor
  • Building a reaction timer
  • Building a magnetic switch sensor
  • Building pressure sensor
  • Building a sound level meter
  • Measure sensor performance
  • Age Groups: : SPECIALY FOR DIPOLMA AND ENGINEERINGSTUDENTS
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