Top robotics competitions in india

Robotic competitions are a pretty effective way for both kids and adults to quickly learn the basic concepts of the technology. Robot contests bring together people of all ages — researchers, students, and hobbyists – who are working in distinct and possibly more difficult areas of robotics, providing rare and incredible opportunity to connect and learn from one another.

As a technology that is set to rock tomorrow’s industry floors and workplaces, students as young as six years old have enrolled in robotics training institutes to learn the art.The growing interest among kids in robotics created a number of opportunities to demonstrate their robotics skills, creativity, and innovations.

Now let’s take a look at the top 5 robotics competitions for students in India.


Technoxian is the world’s largest robotics competition with participation from more than 5000 robo club teams.The global event is in affiliation with ministry of science and technology, govt of India and all india council for robotics and automation. It brings together students from all over the world to compete in the world’s largest robotics competition, commemorate with knowledge, and create an unmatched environment and aura of learning with fun under the expert guidance of researchers who have proven their worth in academia and industry.


  • WRC innovation contest
  • WRC robosoccer
  • WRC robowar
  • WRC roborace
  • WRC Fastest line follower
  • WRC maze solver
  • WRC RC craft
  • WRC Quadcopter
  • TX champions trophy
  • TX Drone racing
  • TX Bot combat super league
  • RPA Hackathone

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WRO India

The World Robot Olympiad India (WRO India) has been one of India’s largest robotics events held since 2006. It is a not-for-profit competition organized by India STEM Foundation


  • Regular
  • WEDO
  • Open categories
  • WRO Football
  • Advanced Robotics Challenge
  • WRO Brick Set

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SP robotics works

It is India’s first robotics premier league, with 50 robotics teams from across the country competing for the title of Robotics Champion. The initiative helps young makers to be innovative in their design and gives them a platform to show off their skills.


  • Robo Soccer
  • Self-Driving Car Challenge
  • Save the City Challenge

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It is an autonomous robotics programme for students and its  mission is to generate excitement among young people for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)


  • Bottle Sumo
  • Binary Block
  • VCC

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