KURC Conducted Line Following Robot Training at KUHS
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Kathmandu University Robotics Club conducted a 2 day training on ‘Line Following Robot’ to the students of Kathmandu University High School on . 16 students from KUHS participated in the event making total 8 teams each of 2 students. The event was sponsored by Himalayan Solution.   The first day consisted of basic overview of […]

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Congratulations to the winners of Along The Way

KURC conducted a two day competition ‘Along The Way‘ an automatic robotics competition where the bot should follow a black line and remove the obstacles on the path. We would like to congratulate the winners of the competition. Winner: Team Photon Members: Utkal Sanjel Jaya Ghimire Ranjai Baidya 1st Runner Up: Team Hello World Members: […]

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Interaction with Mr Abhas Maskey on CanSat

An interaction program between KURobotics Club and Mr. Abhas Maskey was held on September 18, 2016 at Kathmandu University. Mr. Abhas Maskey is a student of Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Seoul National University. His research focuses on Camera Design for Nano-Satellite and CubeSat. The interaction was held as a part of initiation of CanSat […]

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Kathmandu University Robotics Club Participated at Robocon 2016
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A team from KURC participated at Robocon 2016 organised by Pulchowk Engineering College. The theme of the competition was Journey to Mustang.  The competition was held on Ashar 11 at Nepal Army Sports and Physical Training Center, Lagankhel.   The team members were: Sanjeeb Humagain Saurav Paudel Abishek Kafle  Yuyutshu Karki Krishna Bista The supervisor […]

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Arduino Workshop Session I successfully held

Kathmandu University Robotics Club has successfully held Arduino Workshop Session I. Twenty one students of first, second and third year from EE, CE, CS and ME were the participants of the a week program. The materials for the workshop was funded by Shri Krishna Devi Maskey Memorial Trust.   List of Participants S.N Name Year Department […]

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KURC hosted Orientation for Kathmandu Mini Maker Faire
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Kathmandu University Robotics Club hosted Orientation for Kathmandu Mini Maker Faire which is going to be held at September 2016. It is the first humanitarian maker faire in the world and the first maker faire in Nepal. Mr Bikash Grurung from Robotics Association of Nepal was present in the Orientation program. Maker Faire is the Greatest […]

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Three days workshop @ KUHS
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  Kathmandu University Robotics Club organized a three days workshop at Kathmandu University High School (KUHS), Chaukot, Dhulikhel. The program was held on 17th, 18th and 19th of May. The workshop was a package of two programs, UAV build and fly-ing training and Arduino programming training. The participants were As and A2 level students. On […]

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Arduino Training Workshop held at IT MEET 2016
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Kathmandu University Robotics club on collaboration of RAN has successfully held arduino training workshop at IT Park, Banepa. There were about 44 participants from Kathmandu University, NIST Banepa, Kathmandu Bernhardt College and different other colleges. The workshop lasted for 2 days where the students learnt about the basics of arduino.

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Annual general Meeting held successfully
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Kathmandu University Robotics Club has successfully held  Annual general Meeting 2016 on the chairmanship of Professor Dr Ramesh Kumar Maskey on April 7, 2016. We would like to thank all the participants for being on the meeting and the certificates and id cards will be sent to the respective classes. A short movie prepared especially […]

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Yantra 4.0 National Robotics competition
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Kathmandu University Robotics Club participated in Yantra 4.0 national robotics competition organized by Robotics Association of Nepal (RAN) on 19th December 2015. Two teams ‘KU BEAST’ and ‘HUSKY’ took part in two different competitions, Manual Aakhada and Automatic Aakhada respectively. The objective of both the competition was to eliminate the opponent team by pushing them […]

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