What is STEM Education?

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world 

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STEM curriculum uses a hands-on, problem-based approach to teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The curriculum uses an interdisciplinary approach to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills and facilitate innovation. One of the primary goals of the STEM program is to empower students to become leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These areas are some of the fastest growing fields in the world. STEM initiatives often focus on girls, as they are less likely to enter STEM fields.

Partnering with SENTIYENT’s GenXEd STEM PROGRAM gives schools a new, exciting and cutting-edge opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.
GenXEd STEM PROGRAM envisions to partner with various companies with expertise in STEM/STEAM domain and with exclusive robotics platformsand bring them to schools, bringing exciting opportunities for students so that they can have some rigorous hands-on, project based robotics lessons.

In addition, every school in the GenXEd STEM program will have access to participate in our Inter-school STEM Competition. The idea of these competition is to allow schools and students to apply their robotics knowledge from the classroom in a unique, problem-solving environment.


STEM education must be elevated as a national priority.

India’s future economic prosperity is closely linked with student success in the STEM fields.

India must expand the capacity and diversity of the STEM workforce pipeline.

Policymakers at every level must be informed about policy issues related to STEM education.