IRC School League, over the last few years, has become phenomenally popular with more than 500 schools and 15000 participating students across India. IRC League is in its ninth year of challenging young and creative minds to solve a problem that affects our society. IRC League invites students, coaches and all stakeholders of the society to come together and build a better world for tomorrow using the tools of Science and Technology. In the IRC Open League, children from different schools/centers can form teams to compete, whereas in the IRC School League, all team members have to belong to the same school / activity center. The teams represent their schools/centers and hence the level of competition is higher.
R-ME (Robots in Missions and Expeditions)
This year's theme of the IRC League is to promote the concept of "R-ME (Robots in Missions and Expeditions)". It challenges children to come up with highly advanced yet functional robots for various missions conducted by the Army, Navy and the Air Force. The objective is to design robots and machines that are capable of conducting sophisticated expeditions to strengthen our defences and for rescue operations.
Designing Robots to solve a certain problem statement can be tremendous amount of fun in itself. You end up falling in love with Science and Technology - and rest assured you will have a good shot at being the next Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. ...source:http://www.ircleague.com/school-league/...
Our school team qualified at middle level held at Bal Bharati Public School, Dwarka West Delhi. Some pics are here to share: