• Robonite: Promising Holistic Learning through Robotics & Steam Education
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    Robonite: Promising Holistic Learning through Robotics & Steam Education

    With the nation marching towards achieving $1.97 trillion worth GDP growth over the next decade, the need of the hour is to bridge the skill gap that exists within the country. As observed by corporate India, out of the 15 million youngsters that enter the workforce each year, 65 percent to 75 percent are either not ready for jobs or are unemployable. With technology becoming even more pervasive than ever before, there is an evolution in job roles. Due to the changing market scenario, there is an urgent urge from the industry to bridge the skill gap in India. Launched in 2015, Skill India Mission by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) is an initiative by the Govt. of India to create convergence across sectors and states in terms of skill training activities and...


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