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Why choose MakersLoft?

MakersLoft is one of the leading institutes for Robotics for school children. We have trained over 16,500 students from all over India as well as US, UK, Italy, Singapore, UAE and Australia, in STEM programs like Robotics, Junior Engineering, Coding. Our expertise is in the area of technical education and hands-on pedagogy. 

We are championing “hands-on learning” in K-12 education in India. Our vision is to make STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) Education enjoyable and relevant for students. Our programs develop 21st century skills like creativity, teamwork, logical thinking, critical thinking, analytical skills and empathy in children. Our pedagogy “learning-by-doing” allows students to become active learners as it engages their hands as well as mind. Children learn best when they are engaged. In all our training programs students carry out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or reading text books.

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Courses for Children of ages 4-11 years

2-4 year olds

Building Blocks, Early STEM

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4-6 year olds

Building Blocks, STEM

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7-9 year olds

Jr Engineering, Coding, Robotics

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10-11 year olds

Coding & Robotics

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Interested to find out more about our courses? 

 Certificate Courses, International Curriculum using World-class Educational Platforms

Build to Learn

Mini Makers

Early Simple Machines

Creative Building

Movable Machines

Programmable Bricks

Vineet Kansal, CEO of The Newtown School

What is STEM Education?

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education is a window to understanding the building blocks of life, the universe and everything. It gives us tools to explore, question, navigate in, and even invent the world we live in – skills that can and will be applied in every field of work and play. 

For most of us, STEM fields are either wildly exciting and inspiring or extremely daunting concepts that may be difficult to relate to. They often get a reputation as the “hard” sciences. Hard, both as in difficult to grasp and learn, but also with a reputation of being rigid, leaving very little, if any, room for creativity or imagination. 

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