All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA), organised Technology Research & Incubation Research (TRIC), in eleven locations of India on August 31. In Nagaland, Holy Cross Hr Sec (HCHSS) Dimapur and St. Mary’s Cathedral Hr Sec School (SMHSS) Kohima were the two locations.
HCHSS Dimapur: Technology Research & Incubation Research (TRIC), under the aegis of All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA), New Delhi, attempted and organised a world record event of Largest Robotic Training session (multiple location), on August 31, at Covenant Hall, Holy Cross Hr. Sec. School (HCHSS), Dimapur. Over 500 students from different schools of Dimapur and 350 students from Kohima participated in the event. The result of the record would be out in about a month from the date of attempt by the Guinness Book of World Record.
Interacting with some of the students present in the record attempting programme, they stated that they were delighted to be part of the event and also hoped to get their names enrolled in the book of records. (Staff Reporter)
SMCHSS Kohima: St Marys Cathedral Hr Sec School (SMCHSS) Kohima also saw the participation of 400 students during the robotics training and creation of RoboticKIT in Kohima on August 31.
A press release from Bishop House Dimapur, Fr. Jaison C J stated that, All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA), in association with Technoxian and St Marys Cathedral Hr Sec School today created a world record in Kohima. The record was for ‘Largest Robotic KIT making training (multiple locations)’.
The event was inaugurated by Menukhol John, principal secretary School Education & SCERT and witnessed by Asano Sekhose the chairman Nagaland Board of School Education and Shanavas C principal director of School Education.
Ritesh Srivastava & Asad Omair of All India Council for Robotics & Automation, Delhi (AICRA) animated the programme.
Speaking on the occasion of the launch, Menukhol John, said “Robotics is the need of the hour and will have a growing demand in the future” and applauded AICRA, SMCHSS and Technoxian for this brilliant initiative in creating history.
He also congratulated the school for being the first school in India to introduce online exams for students from LKG to class XII and to have live class rooms where every parent of the student can watch and listen to the classes from home through the mobile app. Earlier, invocation prayer offered by Rev. Fr. Dr. Jacob Charallel, the secretary of Catholic Education Commission of Nagaland.