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Crowned National Champions @MakeX 2022

My Team Legogoa Axiom comprising of Viraj Vishwanath Marathe and myself has won ‘Makex 2022 Robotics competition’ Starter category held at Coimbatore on 16th of October 2022.
Their team was felicitated at hands of Mr Subbiah Arunan, Project Director Mangalyaan, ISRO.

MakeX Starter is a multi-tasking competition program for elementary school students aged 6-13.The competition integrates the automatic stage and the manual stage, which greatly enhances fun and participation experience of the competition. The concept of multiple missions and the alliance cooperation design fully exercises the abilities of critical thinking and strategic planning of contestants, as well as improve the ability of communication and cooperation between alliance teams.


We are now selected for ‘International MakeX Robotics competition 2022 ‘to be held in Bangkok Thailand on 25-27 November 2022.

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