Welcome to India's Premier Coding Institute


Coding is a basic literacy in the digital age, it is important for kids to understand and be able to work with the technology around them. Having children learn coding at a young age prepares them for the future. Coding helps children with communication, creativity, math, writing, and confidence. George Land & Beth Jarman’s landmark NASA study identified that kids peak in creativity at age 6, followed by a drastic decline right until adulthood and beyond.


1. Coders are in high demand In 2020, AI and Robotics will meet 900 Million jobs. The world will divide into inventors and users. ROBO BEE develops your kids to flourish in this new world.

2. Coding provides a competitive advantage when applying to colleges, internships, and jobs If you possess a hot skill that many of your peers lack–such as the ability to code–you instantly appear more desirable in the eyes of potential college admissions officers and employers. Plain and simple.

3. With coding knowledge, students better understand the world around them Most of us don’t know the first thing about what makes our smartphones, laptops, social media networks, and video games run. Basic programming knowledge can change the way we interact with the technologies we use (and take for granted) daily, and can open our eyes to the infinite possibilities of coding.

4. Coding is fun and satisfying While programming is logic-based, it’s also an extremely creative activity. If you know how to code, you can develop the aforementioned apps, video games, websites, and more!

5. Coding improves creativity When you learn a language, you use it to express yourself. The same is true with code. Computer coding empowers kids to not only consume digital media and technology, but to create it. Instead of simply playing a video game or using an app, they can imagine making their own video game, or envision what their own website, or app might look like—and they’ll have the outlet for expression.

6. Coding improves problem solving When kids code, they take complex problems and break them down into smaller parts. Kids learn what it’s like to approach a problem the way a software engineer does, with logical, computational thinking. As Dan Crow, CTO of SongKick explains, “Computational thinking teaches you how to tackle large problems by breaking them down into a sequence of smaller, more manageable problems.” This logical thinking is a powerful tool in school, work, and life.

7. Coding improves persistence Learning to code, like any new discipline, is a challenge. Thus, tackling complex problems—and making mistakes along the way—can be very frustrating. Coding teaches the valuable skill of persistence in the face of such challenges. Learning how to problem solve and look for solutions through research and collaboration builds this highly desirable skill.

8. Coding improves collaboration Every student can learn, and every student can learn how to code—kids can learn alongside others of every race, gender, or background. Kids meet and learn how to collaborate with all kinds of peers, all joined by a common interest in technology. Classrooms and other in-person environments, bring kids together for face-to-face collaboration. Kids learning online can also grow, asking each other questions, and working to solve problems and create things together. Many games, like Minecraft, also offer a bevy of educational benefits because they too involve coding, collaboration, and participation—with peers all over the world.

9. Coding improves communication Communication is an absolutely essential skill throughout school, work, and life. People who can clearly communicate complex ideas in simple terms tend to be successful in different industries and walks of life. When kids learn how to code, they learn how to communicate with the most simpleminded audience imaginable: computers. As mentioned, computer coding teaches kids how to break down complex ideas and arrange them in a way that computers can understand


We have been working within schools for several years and have developed a tried and tested learning portal for Children. Our lessons that have been developed by us & are based on the requirements set out in the National Curriculum. Starting with Scratch a popular block-based visual programming language child will begin to learn the important aspects of programming.


As a helping hand to parents at home we are running daily webinar classes, allowing parents to have some well-earned time out while we take care of the home learning for an hour. Out online coding faculty led lessons have be developed by us using Scratch and Python. We have been operating with Schools for over two years and have developed a tried and tested learning platform.