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No, It is one of the products of Neebal Learning Pvt. Ltd, that has had its root in technology education since 2000, which is aquired by Agneez Inc. It has trained more than 30,000 students, many of them are currently serving top 10 technology companies in the world. Techmentry is a product designed for kids by foreseeing the future of the world and filling the gap in the current education system.
The course content has been curated for the last 20 years, and the pedagogy is highly appreciated and accepted by thousands of students over the years. The courses are delivered by highly qualified teachers from across the globe.
Mentors are available to assess the assignments and solve doubts. At the end of many courses, we have certification with top universities such as Harvard.
Coding improves Analytical Skills, Mathematical skills and Problem solving ability. It also helps in increasing creativity in students.
Problem-solving skills: Coding requires students to think critically and solve problems in a logical and efficient manner.
- Creativity: Coding provides students with the opportunity to create their own digital projects and express their creativity through design and functionality.
- Logical thinking: Coding requires students to think logically and systematically, breaking down complex problems into smaller, manageable tasks.
- Career readiness: Coding skills are in high demand, and students who learn to code have an advantage in the job market.
- Digital literacy: With technology playing a larger role in our daily lives, it is important for students to have a basic understanding of how computers and software work.
- Improved analytical skills: Coding requires students to analyze data and information, making connections between cause and effect.
- Improved communication skills: Coding requires students to communicate their ideas and solutions to others, improving their ability to communicate technical information to non-technical people.
- Collaboration skills: Coding projects often involve teamwork, allowing students to work together and develop skills in collaboration and communication.
Overall, coding has the potential to enhance students’ studies by developing their critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills.
Problem Solving Skills: Coding teaches one to think logically and systematically, which can be applied to various industries.
- Data Analysis: The ability to analyse data and present it in a clear and concise manner is a valuable skill in any career, and coding skills can help in this regard.
- Communication Skills: Coding requires clear and concise communication in order to effectively collaborate with others. This can be applied to various industries to improve teamwork and collaboration.
- Digital Literacy: In the digital age, having a basic understanding of coding and technology is becoming increasingly important in all industries.
- Entrepreneurship: Coding skills can be useful for those looking to start their own business or create their own products.
Overall, coding skills can provide a competitive edge in any industry, as they can help with problem solving, data analysis, communication, digital literacy, and entrepreneurship.
Technology and screens are becoming increasingly integrated into our lives and the world around us, so it is important for children to learn how to use them effectively and responsibly.
- Screen time can be educational, as there are many educational apps and websites available.
- Screen time can also provide children with opportunities for creativity and imagination, as they can engage in interactive games and digital storytelling.
The courses are designed to lay a strong foundation in the computational thinking ability of the child. We do not just teach the syntax of a language, but we teach the language to build the logic. Until the child understands the concept, the teacher continues to solve more problems on the same. Hence it takes more time for some students.
Approximately 35-40 hrs
On school days, we recommend only once a week class and during vacations twice a week. Because after every lecture an assignment is provided that the kid needs to solve before the next lecture.
We want the concept to be assimilated by the student, hence we give assignments to be solved at home. We provide 24 hours support in case the student has difficulties.
After every lecture a small assignment will be given to the student that needs to be solved before the next lecture. If they have any doubt , it can be asked in the group.
Yes there are multiple projects given throughout the course depending on the concepts covered. Also when they do certifications , the University expects the students to solve projects.
We have designed the course in such a way that there is continuous involvement of the student in the particular domain. We also provide assignments, notes during the course which would be very useful to revise the concepts.We conduct competitions every year to keep the students in touch with the subjects. We encourage students to participate in international competitions.
Yes, we provide certificates at the end of the course. However, the focus should be on learning rather than certificates.
- C is a low-level, imperative programming language that was developed in the 1970s
- It is widely used for system programming, developing operating systems, and embedded systems
- It is fast and efficient, but difficult to learn due to its lack of built-in high-level constructs
Java is an object-oriented, class-based programming language developed in the 1990s
- It is widely used for enterprise applications, web development, and mobile app development
- It is known for its “write once, run anywhere” philosophy and strong security features
- Python is a high-level, interpreted programming language developed in the late 1980s
- It is widely used for scientific computing, data analysis, web development, and artificial intelligence
- It is known for its simplicity and ease of use, making it a popular choice for beginners
- Scratch is a visual programming language developed by MIT Media Lab in 2003
- It is designed for children ages 8 to 16 to learn programming in a fun and interactive way
- It uses blocks to represent code, making it easier to understand and more accessible to young learners.
We believe that the partnership between the parent and the teacher will make the child’s future bright. Hence there is a constant engagement between the teacher and the parents. Every month a feedback report is given to the parents that states the progress and overall development of the student.
The lectures are 1:1 live, interactive and collaborative using zoom on the scheduled day.
It is difficult for kids below the age of 11 to learn languages with difficult syntax (abstract coding languages), Scratch helps kids learn the fundamentals in a comparatively easier manner using building blocks. Once a kid learns scratch it’s very easy for them to learn abstract coding.
The fees is charged on hourly basis and collected in monthly cycles,i.e an invoice is generated at the start of every month for that particular month depending on the number of lectures that will be scheduled.
At Techmentry we have a team of industry experienced professionals who are interested in teaching coding to kids.Through a rigorous interview process, we screen applicants with a CS/IT background and work experience in the IT industry. They are then trained to teach kids. More than 80% of our educators are engineers from reputed universities like Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, etc. and have had experience in leading companies like Google, Amazon, Deloitte, JP Morgan Chase and the likes.
We do not force our students to take up courses against their likes or interests. Although 99.9% of our students complete their selected course and then decide for the next levels based on interest and other logistic factors.