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OMOTEC (On My Own Technology), Mumbai based Tech-school and a dynamic innovation & research centre announces the launch of the Omotool Kit Mini, an electronics experimentation kit, which is geared to help students tinker with academic physics concepts using electronics components that are found in most of the smart electronic devices that we use today.

The basic but real components in the tool kit lets students understand their environment and know more about energy by being hands-on with electronics and creating their own tech projects and build simple & medium complex gadgets.

The applications that can be attempted with the help of the kit include controlling the speed of a fan, the brightness of light, working of streetlights, controlling of traffic signals, how doorbells work, powering up decorative lights with different combinations and many more everyday electronic applications.

Omotool kit mini has 62 different real life components which allows students to make 30 unique projects.

The Omotool kit Mini comes with a user manual with detailed chapters on the projects, along with LIVE interactive coaching by trained engineers as tutors. Each of the components used in the kit is explained complete with real-life examples, technical symbols and theoretical information.

“We launched the Omotool kit at the recently held Education 5.0 School Principals Summit, edition 2021, focussing on ‘Innovation in Education – Way Forward 2030’. The kit was a step towards furthering the idea behind the summit, transforming the present education system to an action- and outcome-based knowledge system.” Says Shekhar Jain, Founder, OMOTEC

The Omotool kit, enabling students to think logically and improve their practical knowledge to build their own new innovative devices, is a result of Omotec’s pioneering efforts at mapping hands-on application of mathematics, science and technological concepts in the real world for all the school boards.

OMOTEC’s approach is rooted in robotics and coding, making it indispensably relevant for our future generation.

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