Reliance World Launches Robotics Camp In Association With ThinkLABS

By April 7th, 2010 AT 3:48 PM

Reliance World launches Robotics Camp In Association With ThinkLABSReliance World in association with today announced the launch of ROBOCAMP a summer camp that aims to introduce school students in classes IV-XII to the wonderful world of Robotics.

This unique camp launches first in Bengaluru on April 12th followed by launches in 25 other cities in India between April 12th and July 3rd, 2010. Students can enrol for ROBOCAMPTM in any of the Reliance World stores in 26 cities.

Spread over 6 days and certified by the Indian Innovators Association (IIA), ROBOCAMP  provides hands-on exposure to robot programming using hardware and software.Furthermore, participants of ROBOCAMP would also be eligible to enter the National Robotics Competition (TRICKS) to be held at IIT Bombay.

The champion will win a trip to NASA.ROBOCAMP is being launched in over 80 Reliance World stores across India. In Bengaluru, ROBOCAMP would be conducted in Reliance World stores located in Brigade Road and Kormangala in the first phase, starting April 12th, 2010.

Further details about ROBOCAMP can be found on and One can also call 1800-200-9191 between 10 AM and 6 PM on any working day to find out more about ROBOCAMP.

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