Our mission is to inspire the innovators of tomorrow
Robotix with a mission to inspire the next generation of innovators and creators, creates robotics & coding education programmes and robots, for children to learn STEM and develop 21st century skills, such as problem solving, creative thinking, innovation, critical & analytical thinking, communication and collaboration. At Robotix, kids and teens build valuable S.T.E.M skills and 21st century skills. through personalized and interactive learning experience. Students experience learning from world class products and tools from MIT, USA, and other places like Korea, Japan and Europe. Programmes like Coding, Robotics, App development, and DIY activities will inspire kids to be inventors and creators and develop 21st century skills. Future jobs in the STEM field are the fastest growing and it’ll be crucial for our kids to be equipped with the right skills to be prepared for the future job market
Ramana Prasad, Chairman, Robotix holds a B. Tech. degree from IIT Madras and two MS degrees in Engineering from University of Cincinnati USA. Started his career with Intel in California USA as New Technology Development Engineer.
Ramana Prasad is on the Governing Council of Centre for Innovation CFI IIT Madras, a Mentor of Change Atal Tinkering Lab NITI Aayog Govt of India, a member of the Governing Council of the International Catrobat Foundation, Graz University of Technology, Austria and Managing Trustee of 6 BVM Global Schools (CBSE) & 2 BVMi International Schools (IGCSE).
Has a B.S.L LL.B Law degree from Indian Law Society, India and a Masters in Public Policy from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS, Singapore.
Is on a mission to inspire and educate young girls and boys to learn to code and develop real-world solutions for real-world challenges. Is harnessing the power of robotics, coding, STEM & Maker-Space to make school education more interactive and immersive. In India, where technical degrees often lead to better jobs, Aditi is promoting educational pathways that lead to better careers and opportunities for girls. She is helping to make tech studies more approachable and fun, and creating girl game changers in STEM.
Aditi Prasad COO was invited to be the Keynote Speaker at UNESCO's Policy Forum Cracking the Code : Girls' Education in STEM, held in Bangkok in August 2017.
TEDx Chennai India at its March 2018 event invited Aditi Prasad to talk on the Indian Girls Code initiative. https://youtu.be/86O2khAeO5I
Aditi Prasad was also honoured by Govt of Singapore in Sep’ 2017 to be one amongst 15 Young Societal leaders selected from around the World for a global leadership event.