Season 9: R-ME (Robots in Missions and Expeditions)
The last season of IRC League on the theme Tomorrowland was a massive success. In IRC League Season 8, 15 IRC Qualifiers were held where over 500+ Schools and 15000+ students participated. The juggernaut of IRC League Season 8 kicked off from Delhi and travelled the length and breadth of India covering Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu with the last qualifier held in Sikkim.
We are back again with yet another exciting season! IRC League in its ninth year, 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.
The theme for IRC League Season 9
This years 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.
Under defined rules, given resources, and the guidance of IRC coaches, teams have to build robots to perform challenging tasks against a field of competitors. The robots will be designed using Avishkaar Kits.
IRC Open League Season 9
The Open League for this year is scheduled for 1st July 2018 at Ambience Mall, Gurugram. The teams confirmed till now are all revved-up because the winner of the IRC Open League will get a sponsored trip abroad!
Who can participate in IRC Open League Season 9?
Students can form a team of four along with their friends (of relevant age group – Check out eligibility for the same) and an IRC Mentor (of 18 years and above). In the Open League, the team members are not limited to one school and can be from any school.
Why should you participate in IRC Open League Season 9?
You should participate because designing robots to solve a certain problem statement can be tremendous fun in itself – not forgetting the bonding that happens with your teammates. 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. Last but not the least, you and your team will win a sponsored trip abroad!
Want to join IRC Open League?
Never participated in IRC League earlier but wish to join now?
Building robots excite you?
Register for a FREE Orientation session to explore. Join a training program by experienced Mentors to jump-start into the world of Robotics.
To register for the FREE Orientation session, log on to http://bit.ly/ircopenleagueworkshop
To register for IRC Open League Season 9, log on to http://bit.ly/ircopenleague
We are looking forward to an exciting season of IRC league Season 9 this year. The Avishkaar team is ready for the madness. Are you?