Interschool Robotics Festival – ‘Robongiers’ held at Pathways School Gurgaon

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Pathways School Gurgaon organised a 3-day Robotics Festival on 27th, 28th and 29th of September, which explored the creative realm of technology. It can be best described as “3 Days of Playful Invention.” The Robongiers Fest was conceptualised 18 months back. The very name itself, Robongiers – an amalgamation of Robotics and Engineers – was the outcome of many brain-storming sessions with the students. The Creation of the logos as well as the trophies, after much thought and effort, went through multiple stages of the Design Process. The schools that participated were: Pathways, Gurgaon, Pathways, Aravali, Pathways, Noida, The American Embassy School, Scottish High, Lancer’s International, MRIS, Charmwood, MRIS, Gurgaon, MRIS 21 C, Faridabad, MRIS, Sec 14, Faridabad, Amity, Noida, Amity, Gurgaon, Vasant Valley, Suncity School, Gurgaon, DPS International.  The goal of this event was to encourage students to share their passion for technology and creativity and spark an interest in Science, Technology, and Engineering. In the Robot making completion, the winner for advanced group was Manav Rachna Internattional School, Sector 14, Faridabad and the Runner up was Amity School, Noida. The winner for beginners group was Pathways School, Noida and the runner up was Pathways School, Aravali. The event came to an end with the superb closing ceremony.

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