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Team ‘Part Time Tech Einsteins’ Wins Asia’s Biggest Robotics Competition IRC Open League

Among the winners from each level, Team Part Time Tech Einsteins from the Middle Level were declared the Overall Winners of IRC Open League. For their amazing effort, they were rewarded with an International Education Trip.

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Team - Thrill of Mechanics, Junior Category
Team - Part Time Tech Einsteins, Middle Category
Team - The L.L.A.M.A, Senior Category
Team - Part Time Tech Einsteins, Overall Category

IRC Open League - Asia’s Robotics Competition, held at Ambience Mall - Gurugram, was an overwhelming success with 46 teams comprising of 250 students participated in the event. The teams competed in three different levels - Junior, Middle and Senior split according to the students’ ages.

Among the winners from each level, Team Part Time Tech Einsteins from the Middle Level were declared the Overall Winners of IRC Open League. For their amazing effort, they were rewarded with an International Education Trip.

This year’s IRC theme was “Bot-Olympics”. IRC League’s vision has been to encourage children to be the best they can be and come up with agile, audacious and resolute robots which can compete in the true Olympian sense. The purpose is to inspire and motivate the youth to design and build robots which can withstand the trials and tribulations of the elite competition. 

Tarun Bhalla, Founder & CEO of Avishkaar, reiterates, “Ambience Mall, Gurugram has become like a second home for us. Last year as well, IRC Open League was hosted here and it was an amazing experience for all of us - the participants, their parents, the general audience along with the Avishkaar Team. We hope that we managed to inspire a few more kids to give a shot to STEAM education and become future tech enthusiasts”.

Details of the Winning Teams:

Team Name

Category

Thrill of Mechanics

Junior

Part Time Tech Einsteins

Middle

The L.L.A.M.A.

Senior

Part Time Tech Einsteins

Overall Winners


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