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Wayanad: Higher secondary schools in Kerala will soon get robotics labs. Kerala Infrastructure of Technology and Education (KITE) CEO K Anvar Sadath said the schools with Little KITEs clubs will get the labs this year itself. He was inaugurating a two-day residential camp here.
In the camps, the students will get an opportunity to familiarise with the latest technological innovations such as robotics, home automation and 3D modelling.
Little KITEs is an initiative rolled out by the KITEs under the general education sector to provide training to students in computing, hardware, electronics, cyber safety, animation, etc. Recently, it has extended the network to more schools by inviting applications from both government and government-aided schools. More than one lakh students across the state are part of the Little KITEs clubs.
It may be noted that activities of KITEs had been dormant for two years due to Covid-19 pandemic. The camps organised are part of the revamp. Well performed students in the sub-district camps are attending the district level camps.
Months before, Little KITEs had provided cyber safety training for mothers of the students through the clubs active in more than 2,000 schools.