Aditya Birla World Academy (ABWA) recently hosted 50 students from Lady Engineer High School at its cutting-edge Robotics Laboratory, Binary Bolts. This initiative aims to spark creativity, foster critical thinking, and enhance problem-solving skills among students. As part of ABWA's commitment to drive STEM education, 30 students from various schools will receive training in robotics. The event underscores ABWA's holistic approach to education, with a focus on encouraging exploration across diverse fields. Notably, the program has seen a significant increase in girls' participation, reflecting a broader commitment to diversity in STEM. Through this initiative, ABWA aims to inspire the next generation of innovators and problem solvers while fostering a culture of scientific inquiry and lifelong learning. This achievement underscores our commitment to encouraging students to explore diverse interests and combine them, reflecting our approach to holistic education beyond traditional boundaries, especially in fields like robotics often associated with mathematics and science." Speaking on the occasion Mrs. Radhika Sinha, Principal, Aditya Birla World Academy said ‘'We are thrilled by the overwhelming response to our Robotics Lab - Binary Bolts visit. We believe that providing access to robotic learning by offering cutting-edge resources is a step towards a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning.

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