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World Robot Olympiad (WRO) India: National Championship Finals being held on Sep 28-29 in G Noida

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The India STEM Foundation has announced that the National Championship Finals of the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) India is taking place on 28th and 29th of September at the Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida.  As one of the most awaited events in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and robotics, the championship will bring together young innovators, robotics enthusiasts, and problem-solvers from across India. The winners will compete in the international championship later in November.

The World Robot Olympiad, one of the world’s largest STEM and robotics competitions is for students aged 8-19. Around 95 member countries send their national qualifying teams to the WRO International Championship. This year, the international stage will be hosted by Panama from November 7th to 9th.

The theme for this year is “Connecting the World,” and an impressive registration of 4000 students for the Level-1 NET, the best of them progressing through WRO India Virtual Regionals and in-person regionals to the National Championship with sustainable and innovative robotic solutions to enhance connectivity, over waterways or through digital technology solutions in three distinct game types – RoboMission, Future Innovators and Future Engineers. The WRO India Season 2023 final promises to be exceptional, featuring a diverse range of challenges and theme that reflect real-world issues.

Dr. Sarvjeet Herald (Director, India STEM Foundation), on WRO, said, “Our goal with WRO India Season 2023 is to inspire and empower the next generation of STEM leaders and problem solvers. We are thrilled to see the enthusiasm and innovation displayed by our young participants. This event showcases the limitless possibilities of STEM and underscores its vital role in shaping a brighter future for India.”

This season marks a significant increase of 4000+ participating school students as compared to previous years. The competition challenges for WRO India Season 2023 are designed to encourage critical thinking and problem-solving, focusing on robotics, automation, coding, sustainability, and future technology. It provides students with invaluable educational experiences, nurturing imagination, creativity and collaboration. It offers hands-on exposure to cutting-edge technologies and inspires a lifelong passion for STEM learning.

The judging panel, comprising esteemed experts from renowned colleges, universities and industries will evaluate teams based on their already set criteria and the social impact of their projects on addressing real-world challenges within the current year’s theme, “Connecting the World.

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