The Indus International School in Hyderabad, Telangana introduced India’s first Teaching robot named “ Eagle ” to educate students. These humanoid robots developed by the school will help teachers in teaching.

Key findings 

  • It was introduced by the Indus Trust, which runs a network of Indus International seminaries in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune, and Belagavi.
  • The school deployed a total of 21 teaching robots in its branches located in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Pune.
  • Children can connect with the assessment and content of the robot through devices like mobiles and laptops.

About Eagle Robots

  • The robots are able of teaching students from classes V to XI. These robots will assist the teachers and also educate students in standalone mode.
  • These robots were introduced as teacher assistants for physics, chemistry, biology, geography, and history and will work along with teachers in delivering lessons. 
    They’re able of teaching students in 30 different languages and accessing them at the end of the class using analytics.
    They’re also programmed to clear doubts of the students and give content on mobile phones or laptops.
    The robots are developed by an in-house team comprising engineers from IIT, content developers, and experienced teachers over a period of two years.

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