School Level Training (K-12 Segment)

Students enjoy learning robotics due to its ability to provide a platform for students to design and create a machine of their own. We teach robotics to our students starting with simple concepts and explain the operational working of those scientific and mathematical concepts using different robotics tools.

Hands-on learning is the key in today’s educational environment. It allows student to experiment with the concepts and understand them clearly. This approach makes the students more research oriented and knowledge oriented rather than being exam oriented.

Students from 6yrs. to 10 yrs. are taught on RoboCHAMP™ where they understand making simple machine and learn mechanical and electrical engineering in their own terminology. Simple terms like DC Motors, Remote Control and its working, Current, Voltage, Wire Connectors, Different mechanical parts like C Bar, L Bar, Plate, Connecting Plates, Clamps, DC Motor Bracket, etc., gives them a feel of engineering and technology.

Besides robotics and engineering, these students are introduced to programming and designing through specially designed programs like HTML5, Python and Creo Software. When you let them learn as per their pace, we can see them blossoming and excited with these technological knowledge.

Several parents are skeptical about coping of these children with these technologies. However, we have seen them to be proven otherwise by these young children who learn these technologies faster than any other adult and also experiment with them. It’s a real treat when you see these children making their own games, family storyboard and websites!

Students from 11yrs. to 14yrs. are introduced to Microcontrollers, Electronics, Sensors and Arduino Programming. We teach them right from basics of electronics while taking them through creating a small circuit to complex PCB designing. We have learnt a lot till now from these children. Never underestimate them. They are our future. Future of our beloved country, India!

Students from 15yrs. to 18yrs. are introduced to various technologies like Bluetooth, IR, DTMF and Accelerometer. They are taught to design to various circuits and programming while they learn the newer horizons in electronics and IT. Complex mechanical structural designs are introduced to them to put them in challenging environment. These students also gets and opportunity to participate in international competitions and challenge the students from other cities and countries with their knowledge. Several International Universities line up to catch them young at the competition venue in US and provide them scholarships for the higher education.

STEM Education

Today Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic (STEM) is the most widely discussed topic in the education arena. Every school, parent and corporate are wanting their children to undergo STEM based education. Widely speaking, Jobs too being categorized using STEM terminology since corporate companies are looking at candidate’s who are very good at STEM concepts.

It’s high time that we start recognizing engineering higher studies as art and prepare our children right from childhood to enter their careers by spotting their inclination toward to STEM.

In our unique STEM Education program have a corporate certification program sponsored by PTC, USA under the banner of PTC STEM ACADEMY.

PTC Fast Facts:

Founded in 1985, PTC employs approximately 6,000 professionals serving businesses in rapidly-evolving, globally distributed manufacturing industries worldwide.

Industries Served

  • Industrial Products
  • Electronics & High Tech
  • Government, Aerospace & Defense
  • Automotive
  • Retail & Consumer
  • Life Sciences

Global Presence

  • 6,000 Employees in 30 countries
  • 1,350+ Service professionals
  • 750+ Technology and service partners
  • 250,000 Developers in our global ecosystem

Market Segments

  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
  • Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
  • Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
  • Smart Manufacturing
  • Service Lifecycle Management (SLM)
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Augmented Reality (AR)

Financial Data (non-GAAP)

  • $1.14 Billion FY2016 Total Revenue
  • Revenue by Regions
    • 43% Americas
    • 37% Europe
    • 20% Asia Pacific