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STEMROBO plans to expand its team by 300 employees by the end of FY 21-22

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STEMROBO Technologies has announced hiring plans for the coming quarter. The company will expand its team size by 300 employees by FY21-22.

As part of a major recruitment drive, STEMROBO will hire candidates from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities in various verticals such as STEM Innovation Engineer, Business Development, Robotics Engineer, Software Development, and other significant roles. The company also looking to hire 50+ part-time housewives additionally who have a technical background (diploma in M. Tech or B. Tech).

Commenting on the hiring plans, Anurag Gupta, co-founder, STEMROBO Technologies said, “STEMROBO’s aim is to enrich young minds and enable them to create magic with technology and with the increased penetration of AI and robotics in the current market, it’s crucial to train children along with the trend so that with time they are capable of leading the path of innovation. With this recruitment drive, we reiterate that we are committed to the upliftment of the society by hiring young talented individuals far away from the limelight of metro cities.”

“We have seen the no. of women in Tech remains remarkably low but, at STEMROBO, we help women embrace technology. In this hiring campaign, we are also looking to expand our network of part-time housewives by 50%. Today, we have 100+ women (part-time) with a background in M.Tech & B.tech who are teaching Coding to Kids. We are not only giving them work from home but also providing training in Coding. We believe this speedy hiring will provide stimuli to our services which will enable us to serve our purpose and help more than 5,00,000 students across India.”, he further added. STEMROBO caters to students from class 3 to 12, innovation labs in around 1200 schools, 10 robotics labs across the country. The company also provides virtual STEM education classes and establish ATL labs PAN India.

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