What we strive to do

"The best way to predict the future is to invent it" - Alan kay


We will teach all you need to know about the basics of robotics, from how they are used in everyday life to actually building your own robot.

Problem Solve

With a will there is a way. You can solve any problem with robotics nowadays. We will encourage this to any extent because who knows where the next big invention will come from.


Creativity is the key to sucess in robotics. Without creating, building, improvising, adapting, and innovating, it is near impossible to build a perfectly functioning robot

About Me

Is robotics important? Why do you need to learn it? Robotics is the key to the future in any field. Be it medical or sports, some form of robotics is always used. It is very important, but not many people can afford it or their school does not provide it as a subject to learn. This is where we come in. My name is Shreyan Veldanda and welcome to Robotics4All. I am in 10th grade and I love robotics. I also like playing basketball and cricket. Due to COVID-19, since 2020 I haven’t been able to go outside much so I have started to shift my focus toward robotics. Only after this, I discovered my passion for it. Recently, I participated in the IYRC competition, and with the help of Leap Robots, I got a silver medal for making the SPM-bot (Solar Power Maintenance bot). Check out more about my robot in the link below.

As a non-profit, we strive to provide robotics to everyone. Partnering up with LeapRobotics, we will teach a course using Arduino and BOOYAKA kits to solve everyday problems. Not only will this help you learn about robotics, but also improve your problem-solving skills. In this course, you will learn to code and understand the basics of Arduino.

Course Details

This course is comprised of two levels. The first level is for ages 8+ while the second course is only available after the first course is completed. The first course goes through a walkthrough of the components of the Arduino Nano kit. All the sensors and motors will be explained in a theoretical and practical way. After gaining knowledge on how to implement sensors like the ultra-sonic sensor, Infra-red sensor, and motion sensor. The students will also be taught how to use Scratch block coding to create a game. At the end of the course, an assessment will be conducted by building a robot with a buzzer and LEDs and coding it. This will test if they grasped all of the concepts well. This course will last 16 sessions while the second course is 24 sessions. Each session will last 45 minutes two times a week. The second course explores the sensors in-depth and how they are used in our everyday lives. This course will take robotics to the next level by learning how to build robots like a hand-sensing trash can or a distance-sensing robot that can maneuver around obstacles. This course will give you a rock-solid base for your career in robotics ahead. Here are the links to the full syllabus:

"Robotics and other combinations will make the world pretty fantastic compared with today" - Bill Gates

Shreyan Veldanda


I am thrilled to be able to use this opportunity to show everyone the way I see robotics, fun.

Leap Robots

Helping Hand

The company that made this possible by providing the necessary supplies, and by teaching me everything they know about robotics.

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