Codeavour is an international AI, coding, and robotics competition hosted by STEMpedia annually to encourage kids to bring out their inner programmers & make innovative projects using PictoBlox, the best platform to learn coding and AI. Codeavour is a platform that provides an opportunity to students for learning the latest technology like AI, ML, AR–VR, and Robotics.
The competition aims to motivate kids to:
Develop an interest in STEM with Arts.
Develop critical thinking, creativity, collaboration & communication – the four C’s of the 21st century skills.
Become sensitive towards the well being of the world.
- Develop an interest in coding, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
- Develop problem solving skills and Innovation mindset
- Become sensitive towards the well being of the world
- Develop Critical Thinking, Creativity, Collaboraton & Communication – the four C’s of 21st Century Skills.
Our Glorious Past
The name “Codeavour” is a combination of “Code” and “Endeavour” and justifies well the ideology behind the competition which is motivating kids to show the endeavour to code for the betterment of society.
Codeavour = Code + Endeavour
Prizes worth $20,000
Reach of 3,00,000+
Codeavour 2022 (4th Edition)
STEMpedia in collaboration with Motwani Jadeja Foundation, ARTPARK, AWS InCommunities, Atal Innovation Mission, CARES Goa, SRF Foundation, AIF, and Adani Foundation hosted the fourth edition of Codeavour in 2022, which has left an indelible mark on the world stage with incredible innovation submitted by kids across the Globe to make the world, a better place to live!
Codeavour 2021 (3rd Edition)
STEMpedia in collaboration with Motwani Jadeja Foundation and ARTPARK hosted the Third edition of Codeavour in 2021 in the month of October with “Make the world a better place with AI and Coding” as a central theme and received a huge response and participation.
Prizes worth $15000
Reach of 100,000+
Prizes worth $6000
Reach of 50,000+
Codeavour 2020 (2nd Edition)
STEMpedia in collaboration with Motwani Jadeja Foundation hosted the second edition of Codeavour in 2020 in the month of October with “Make the world a better place with AI and Coding” as a central theme and received a huge response and participation.
Codeavour 2019 (1st Edition)
STEMpedia hosted the first edition of Codeavour in 2019 in the month of August with UN Sustainable Development Goals as themes and received a decent response and participation.