Robotex India is a non-profit advancing STEAM, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and IoT Education to private and government schools in urban, tribal and rural students. See more

Basic Information

Robotex India is an initiative for building futuristic Innovative student talent. They believe that children from every village in India should have the opportunity to learn advanced digital future skills to help build an Intellectual, Innovative and Incredible India. Robotex India dared to reimagine education especially for those most vulnerable, most impacted by the COVID19 pandemic. Robotex Championship India and International are annual events and one of the biggest robotics festivals. Robotex Workshops and Championships aim to prepare young talent for a career with employable and entrepreneurial future skills. See more

Legal Name


Robotex India



Pune, Maharashtra, India

Business Model



Founding Date



No. of Employees



Core Team


Payal Manan Rajpal


Jul | Product Launch
Robotex India National championship 2018 with 10000 students pan-India showcasing their technology talent via competing on AI, Coding, Robotics innovation.
May | Raised Funding
First funding to begin a project of 1000 girl students 'girls who build robots' and 2nd for 10,000 rural + government school students.
May | Accelerator / Incubator Program
Hack the Crisis India - the first largest digital hacakthon of India in collaboration with Ministry of IT & Electronics Govt. of India. witnessed 15000 applications and 2300 teams showcasing innovative technology solutions.

Target Market


1. corporates CSR 2. forums like Ficci, Ficci Flo, Rotary, CII 3. Non-Profit, NGO 4. Foundations 5. Government.

Client Segment


Collaboration, Government & Military, Technology, Robotics

Target Companies


Medium Enterprise, Large Enterprise


Companies, forums, government bodies focused on bringing a change to the society with a vision of education for all, working towards bridging the gap between education and employment, working on creating an entrepreneurial world of lifelong learning.

User Age


18 to 25, 26 to 34, 35 to 45, 46 to 60

User Income


Upper-middle Income, High Income