Handlers Club-"ROBO TECH"

Handlers Club-"ROBO TECH"

About Handlers Club-"ROBO TECH"

Vision

To cultivate a vibrant community of students passionate about robotics and automation. Our vision is to spread knowledge, ignite curiosity, and inspire innovation in the fields of robotics technology, drone systems, ...

We aim to create an environment where students can explore and excel in the realm of robotics, enhancing their skills and contributing to technological advancements.

Mission

Our Club is committed to fostering a dynamic community of robotics and automation enthusiasts. We aim to provide a hands-on learning experience where members can design, build, and operate robotic systems and drones. Through interactive workshops, hackathons, engaging competitions, and organizing games, we empower students to develop technical skills, leadership qualities, and a passion for innovation. Our mission is to create an inclusive space that combines education and enjoyment, encouraging members to thrive and contribute to the advancement of robotics technology.

Objectives

  • Promote Robotic Knowledge: Foster a strong understanding of robotics and technology among students, encouraging them to explore its applications and advancements.
  • Exploration of Automation: Introduce students to the world of automation, guiding them to create solutions that enhance efficiency and reduce manual efforts.
  • Hands-on Learning: Provide practical experience by organizing workshops on assembling, programming, and operating robots using various platforms and tools.
  • Robotics Workshop Series: Organize a series of hands-on workshops throughout the semester, covering various aspects of robotics, from basic concepts to advanced programming and design techniques.
  • Guest Lectures and Industry Insights: Invite experts from the robotics industry to deliver guest lectures, providing students with insights into the latest trends, research, and career opportunities.
  • Coding Challenges: Conduct coding challenges that focus on programming robotics platforms, enhancing members' coding skills and their ability to control and automate devices.
  • Hackathon Excellence and Skill Development: Organize hackathons, design challenges, and training sessions that empower members to excel in robotics competitions. Through these activities, members will enhance their problem-solving abilities, rapid prototyping skills, and effective project management, positioning them as leaders in hackathons.
  • Competitions and Challenges: Prepare members for regional and national robotic competitions, fostering healthy competition and showcasing the club's technical expertise.
  • Intra-Club Competitions: Host friendly competitions within the club, challenging members to create innovative robotic solutions that address specific challenges. Furthermore, arrange games within the domain to help members learn more, increase their interest.

Preamble

  • Every member of this club can be a member of maximum any other two clubs. However, one cannot hold more than one office position put together in all clubs.
  • ROBO “ TECH ” ( Handlers club ) will follow the Calendar Year.

Membership of Handlers Club-"ROBO TECH"

  • Membership is open to any currently enrolled SPHN students. Only one level of membership is available.
  • This Club shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, gender, disability, or handicap, religion, gender orientation, department procedures, and practices. This policy will include but is not limited to recruiting, membership, organizational activities, or opportunities to hold office.
  • Only currently enrolled students are allowed to be members and run for club offices.
  • Current members may bring up new business during the open floor session of regularly scheduled meetings.
  • A non-refundable membership fee of Rs 10 per annum is to be paid by every student to become and maintain membership.
  • For certain activities (such as plays, concerts, and shows), the club Office, after consultation with the Management, may solicit the help and participation of outsiders (experts, trainers, volunteers from NGOs, etc.) needed on an ad-hoc basis because of their specific talents or skills. Such persons will not have any right to participate, influence, and guide this Club Office.
  • The duration of membership shall be from January 1 to December 31 of every year.

Office Bearers


C. Nikhil

President CSE-AIML 6281439061, nikhilchakravarthula04@gmail.com

K. Chandana

Vice President CSE-AIML 7989835532, kasibattachandana5678@gmail.com

Bendi Mrudula

Secretary CSE-AIML 8523050442, bendimrudula@gmail.com

Gatreddi Sushanth

Joint-Secretary CSE-AIML 9059801106, gatreddisushanth@gmail.com

P. Anil Kumar

Treasurer CSE-AIML 9390452469, polaanilkumar541@gmail.com

Ajay Gogikar

Web Master CSE-AIML 6305135273, ajaygogikar11@gmail.com

M. Anusha

Editor CSE-AIML 9908552687, maramanusha36@gmail.com

Mentors


L Swathi

Mentor Dept. of AIML 9542246632, lokasaniswathireddy@gmail.com

G. Vighneshwar Reddy

Student Mentor CSE-AIML 9160020104, vighnesh2k4@gmail.com

Club Events


24 September, 2022

MASTER MINDS OF MAZE

MASTER MINDS OF MAZE
27 August, 2022

RC CAR BUILD AND RACE

RC CAR BUILD AND RACE
23 July, 2022

ROBOT HOCKEY COMPETITION

ROBOT HOCKEY COMPETITION

Events Organized


24 September, 2022

MASTER MINDS OF MAZE

MASTER MINDS OF MAZE
27 August, 2022

RC CAR BUILD AND RACE

RC CAR BUILD AND RACE
23 July, 2022

ROBOT HOCKEY COMPETITION

ROBOT HOCKEY COMPETITION
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