QtPi was established in 2016 and since then it has collaborated with 40+ schools, providing training in Robotics and STEAM. QtPi has achieved significant results across the schools it is collaborating with by providing not just theoretical knowledge but also by providing practical and hands-on experience with the kit provided by it. In 2019 QtPi had stepped in Hyderabad by collaborating with one of the prestigious schools, Jubilee Hills Pubic School.

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The event ROBOFEST was held on 14th March, 2020 at Jubilee Hills Public School in collaboration with QtPi. The event was inaugurated by the academic advisor and the Director Ms. G. Sridevi and was visited by the Chairman Sri. A. Murali Mukund. Arrays of indigenously invented and exclusively designed 25 robots were on display. Few highlights of them were Automatic street light, Portable washing machine, Home Automation, KBC which won the appreciation of the parents and teachers.

Teachers, Parents and also the students thoroughly enjoyed the game zone by battling with each other in games like 3D maze hunter and Robo-Karting. KBC and Door with password are few games, where they can test their knowledge intellectuality and win the prizes.

The chief guest Sri. A. Murali Mukund said "Such exhibitions of the projects would motivate the students to think creatively and innovate".Academic Director Ms. G. Sridevi said, "India needs innovation and can see that the children are on the right path".

Parents felt overwhelmed by watching the projects developed by their Kids. The projects built by the students got immense appreciation from management, teachers and the parents.The audience was impressed with the projects displayed by the students and students enjoyed themselves as the projects designed by them captivated the parents and their peers.

"Anshika" a young Reporter from Jubilee Public School

Student's Benefits


In the month of July 2019, a badge designing competition was conducted by QtPi on the theme of QtStar Team. The competition was conducted across all QtSchools and 4 students from Jubilee Hills Public School were selected under the top 40 winners and awarded with a cash prize of ₹500 each. We congratulate the winners who made a tremendous effort in making the badge designs.

The Winners are





3D Printer

Smart Tap

Conveyor Belt

Traffic signal

Automatic door using Password

Smart Cooler and Fan

Chairman Shri murali mukundh said that robotics education and competition foundation allows them to flourish in a way that fosters the technical and interpersonal skills necessary for students to succeed.

An article on Robo Fest at Jubilee Hills Public School in collaboration with QtPi was Published in the Andhra Jyothi Newspaper.

The Soccer Bot event has been implemented in Jubilee Hills Public School on the eve of Vanamahotsav. This event was of 2 days i.e; on 11th and 12th of JULY 2019 . On these two days Students from 12 different schools came to participate in the event . The students of these 12 Schools were divided into 12 teams. Each Team has one student organizer to guide and volunteer them in the game.

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