- Dell has tied up with NITI Aayog, Hope and Raspberry Pi Foundation to launch this lab
- Dell has also partnered with Cyran AI Solutions to provide the students with Buddhi AI Kits developed at IIT Delhi
Dell Technologies has joined hands with NITI Aayog, Hope and Raspberry Pi Foundation to launch its first ‘Atal Tinkering Lab’ in Mumbai at Rajda Municipal School (BMC), Borivali. With this tie-up, Dell and Niti Aayog have claimed to have impacted more than 1,33,000 students to foster innovation and entrepreneurial mindset from a very young age.
Dell has also partnered with Cyran AI Solutions to provide the students with Buddhi AI Kits developed at IIT Delhi to broaden their learning horizon. Dell and Raspberry Pi Foundation team will focus on providing training to instructors. These instructors will provide learnings in innovation and programming to more than 7,000 students, spread across 18 locations in Maharashtra. They will aslo focus on hydroponics and prototype designing to solve real-time problems faced by our society.
Ramanan Ramanathan, mission director – Atal Innovation Mission and additional secretary, Niti Aayog, Government of India said, “The Atal Tinkering Labs is one of the game-changing initiatives of Atal Innovation Mission to foster a problem solving innovative entrepreneurial spirit in our young students across thousands of schools in India that has excited many corporates and multinationals to join this exciting movement. I congratulate Dell Technologies in adding further momentum in bolstering innovation by partnering with AIM in creative ways to grow and sustain Atal Tinkering Labs across the country and expanding its reach to communities that will spur our youth to realize their innovative potential.”