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The Covid-19 pandemic has of course made it to the golden era for India’s ed-tech companies. AIM has launched the Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) programme where space is established in schools to foster curiosity and innovation in students. The coronavirus pandemic has literally changed and sparked the world’s largest-ever remote learning experiment.

Covid-19 has made the education system suffer a lot. It has made the system entirely digitized in this era. Not to forget, there is a need for practical learning as well keeping in mind how digital education can impact a kid’s mind and health. Other than setting up Atal Tinkering Lab in schools, Ed-tech companies are also providing various services to students and developing them into ‘kidpreneurs’.

With the help of abundant services, students can innovate and experiment with the help of 21st-century tools and technologies such as Coding, Python, IoT, 3D printing, AI, Robotics, do-it-yourself kits, and many more which stimulate problem-solving innovative mindsets within them.

Here is a list of companies that aims to reshape the K12 students-

STEMROBO Technologies

STEMROBO Technologies is a New Delhi-NCR based edtech startup, founded in 2016 by Anurag Gupta and Rajeev Tiwari. The company is providing an exquisite platform to students across the globe to mobilize innovation and learning technologies in the field of STEM Education. This startup is becoming One Stop Solution for All the Innovation Needs of schools and students. They have exclusively developed two platforms named AI connect and Tinker Learning for K-12 students. AI Connect is a very different and integrated Cloud-based software platform where students will have free access to do block-based coding, python. The module will be the next step in bringing AI to Indian classrooms wherein platforms like ‘AI connect’ will help drive the education in AI and Innovation, free of cost across the country which is surely a helping hand for K12 Students. Tinker Learning is a content-based platform where students can learn Python, Coding, AI, ML, Animation etc. STEMBORO has services in these schools- Apeejay Group, ASN International School, Delhi Public School Mumbai, Fathers Angels, St Xavier school Delhi Public School Noida, Mount Abu School, KR Manglam, GD Goenka School, Modern Public School. They provide education classes to the 3rd to 12th class


This startup has been founded by Anand Verma and Naman Mukund. Tekie brings the art of storytelling to make learning a movie-like experience. Starting with the first of its kind animated sitcom series to teach basics of programming, live 1:1 to students of age 10+. They are on a mission to train innovators and entrepreneurs of next-generation on the right skills they need for the future. Tekie, a startup that offers unique text-based coding courses for kids between 10-17 years, observed remarkable growth in the past year. Their B2B and B2C course model successfully enrolled 7000 students. The startup is aiming at a month-on-month growth of 75-100% in their enrollment numbers for 2021.


This is a Ludhiana-based edtech company, founded by Dimple Verma and Naveen Verma. Offers products and training in artificial intelligence and robotics to the K-12 segment. The company’s objective is to create awareness about STEM education by introducing robotics to children and making them future-ready. They also provide services like Online courses, Robotic Kits, and Online Workshops that encourage young minds to innovate and learn. The startup is also an authorized channel partner for Punjab with AVM Infotech India Pvt Ltd and is a listed vendor for Niti Aayog for setting up ATL Labs across India. Whizrobo is also a member of the Intel Technology Program for introducing AI in schools all over Punjab and Chandigarh.


This is an edtech startup company founded by Chaitali Shah and Ritesh Shah in 2014. It aims to explore, experiment, and learn robotics in the right way and develop STEM in the country. The company sets up labs in schools and provides the components and training to students and teachers. The startup has also tied up with Atal Tinkering Lab to take its concepts to government schools in rural areas. They have more than 1 lac learners who have either learned directly or have brought products online from their website. Apart from this, Robokart will soon launch another module that will enable learners to learn without physically attending the training programs. Also, they’ll provide online courses to kids that will help to kick-start and explore early interest in the technology.


This is an edtech company founded by Tarun Bhalla in 2009. The company manufactures and sells robotic kits. It also develops and provides in-school robotic programmes for children and installs robotics and science labs for schools. The company works on creating an ecosystem to create immersive learning experiences that encourage innovation. The company is also one of the foremost players to set up Atal Tinkering Lab and also envisioned the Avishkaar Learning Programs (ALPs) intending to make the learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) concepts a fun-filled and engaging experience.

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