ISLAMABAD - LearnOBots kicked off the 9th cohort of its Robotics and STEAM Weekend Camp in collaboration with National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) today inside the institute’s premises.
The first session of the 6-month camp aimed at children aged between 8-14 has concluded.
This course offers a wide range of activities including but not limited to robotics, coding, game development, computer programme, 3D modelling and printing, creative digital art and home inventions.
Head of Operations LearnOBots Mohsin M Khan told APP, “This programme has been designed to foster 21st century skills in the learners which are the demand of the current times and the future.”
Each batch of the camp consists of only 24 pupils in Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) compliant environment. However, this time around, the ed-tech venture received 35 applications, of which only 24 were selected while the remaining 11 candidates will be adjusted in the next unit.
The specially designed camp for STEAM is offered after every 2 weeks, where two teachers dedicated for each thematic area impart knowledge to the students, every weekend for 2 hours.