If you are worried about STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathmatics) Learning/ Education, you are in right place. We have several interesting Electronics, Robotics, Electro-Mechanical - Software and Embedded projects or assignments which can be learnt with or without mentor supervision for STEM School/College Students. We use the Induce, Innovate and Invent methodology to induce STEM interest thereby motivate students to acquire STEM skills in 4 stages of Project Based Learning. Please click the Admission inquiry button from the right Menu for more details
If you are out of school/college and looking for live Project Experience with a Certificate -A 'Softwae Engineer Certification Course' is offered to fresh college pass outs where they have to complete at least 5 Language based projects ; we offer Embedded, C, C++, Shell programming, PERL Programming, Linux Socket Programming, JAVA and ASP.NET with MySQL,SqlServer or Oracle database
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Information Technology domain is continued to be the preferred discipline of Technology job seekers due to the lucrative pay packages, overseas opportunities and additional facilities. Although Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering and Electrical Engineering students usually opt for such jobs, there are still few opportunities for other disciplines. Students of all engineering discipline should seek proper counselling from mentors before questioning self-eligibility.
Since 2005 many freshers have been given an opportunity to work in real live projects & gained real experience.
Special Learning-By-Fun STEM School projects from 8th grade onwards are available based on C/C++ Language, Electronics and Micro-controllers. STEM students just love to explore more and more variations using real-life scenarios.