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Innovation Fest for the Next-Gen

The global AI, Coding and Robotics championship to foster creativity, innovation and entrepreneurial skills among students of age 7 to 18 years to raise awareness about UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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AI, Coding, and Robotics

Codeavour 5.0 International is the biggest AI, Coding, and Robotics Competition hosted annually by STEMpedia, where participants make innovative projects using PictoBlox with the destined purpose of making the world a better place.

Students get an opportunity to explore the exciting world of Coding, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, AR-VR, and Robotics through the training sessions and workshops with interactive activities and doubt-solving sessions to develop critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication the four C’s of the 21st-Century Skills!

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Spreading Innovation Globally: Codeavour’s Worldwide Impact

Codeavour 2022 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!

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The competition is aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), fostering a purpose-driven environment where the participants can channel their AI and coding skills toward solving real-world problems and unleash their potential to do innovative projects for a sustainable future.

UN SDG 1 to End poverty in all its forms everywhere
UN SDG 2 to End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
UN SDG 3 to Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
UN SDG 4 to Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
UN SDG 5 to Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
UN SDG 6 to Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
UN SDG 7 to Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
UN SDG 9 to Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
UN SDG 12 to Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
UN SDG 13 to Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
UN SDG 14 to Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
UN SDG 15 to Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss

The new edition of Codeavour brings extraordinary opportunities for students to explore their passion in tech with the latest technologies like AR, VR, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics.

1. Global Physical Events

Participants will compete in various Regionals, and top performers will move ahead to Nationals and International Level Physical Events.

2. New Challenges

Introduction of 2 tracks this year: Innovation and Entrepreneurship track as well as an AI Robo City Challenge for participants to brainstorm, learn and innovate.

3. Workshops for Latest Technologies

We will be organizing bootcamps and workshops where students can learn about latest technologies like AI, AR/VR, Machine Learning, Robotics, etc.

4. Fellowships and Mentorships

Together with exciting prizes, participants will have the opportunity to earn fellowships and mentorships from notable organizations and universities.

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If you’re an evangelist, educator, school, STEM training centre or STEM consultant, join us in Codeavour. Become our Sponsor, Ambassador, Country, Academic, Training or Community partner and get acknowledged for your efforts.

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Win the Prizes that Inspire

A total of 100 prizes worth $25000
will be given to students who showcase their extraordinary projects.

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Watch the Success of Codeavour 2022 International

In 2022, Codeavour has been concluded with grand award ceremony in 8 countries.

Vision to Achievement: Stories of Change

Developing the 21st- Century skills for better tomorrow, Codeavour empowered kids to find their career in technology.

ATL Success Story

In collaboration with AIM, NITI Aayog, India

Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog with a vision to ‘Cultivate one Million children in India as Neoteric Innovators’, is establishing Atal Tinkering Laboratories (ATLs) in schools across India. With the support of Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog’s team, we reached out to Atal tinkering labs all across India, and provide the opportunity to the young innovators to make them aware of the latest technologies like AI & machine learning, and invited them to participate in the competition. In Codeavour 22, we onboarded 167+ ATL schools with 5900+ students associated with them. 

CARES Goa Success Story

In Collaboration with Government of Goa, India

The Coding and Robotics Scheme (CARES), brought forth by the compassionate hearts of the Government of Goa, has become a gateway for our youth and teachers to display the inspiring creativity fostered within their souls. All the students were provided with an opportunity to participate in Codeavour, students and teacher training were conducted and Goa students submitted 400+ Innovative projects and the best performers were awarded.

Iraq Success Story

In collaboration with IoT Kids, a leading Iraqi organization to teach kids coding, robotics, AI, and electronics.

The goal of Codeavour 2022 was to guide the Iraqi kids to use the modern technology in the right way and to gain new skills like logical thinking and innovation. The event got concluded with a grand award ceremony in Iraq. In Codeavour 2022, IoT Kids ensured the participation of 95 teams in different age groups from Iraq. The physical event was held on February 22, 2023 with presence of parents, representatives from the Ministry of Education, Iraq and delegates from Private Sector Companies.

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Words of Inspiration and Success

Developing the 21st-Century skills for better tomorrow, Codeavour empowered kids to find their career in technology.

"AI and ML are the biggest developments that have happened in Computer Science in the last decade. This is good news as children of this generation have access to AI tools through Codeavour, as the jobs of the future will require these core skills."

Asha Jadeja Motwani

Founder, Motwani Jadeja Family Foundation, USA

"It was a great experience and I’ve learned a lot of new things from my two years of participation in Codeavour 2020 and 2021. I get a lot of affirmation for creating a project that could solve real-life challenges. It was fun creating something innovative using PictoBlox."

Yassine Ben Slimène

Codeavour 2021 Second Runner Up, Tunisia

"I strongly believe that AI, coding, and STEM learning are critical for the future success of our children and teens. Regardless of gender, background, or circumstance, every child deserves access to these essential skills."

Sara Madrigal

Community Engagement Manager, AWS InCommunities, USA

"I like codeavour a lot, we can compete with other people internationally and learn a lot from it. It is very competitive and I’ll participate in Codeavour 2023 as well."

Pannawat Kanlayaphichet

Codeavour Participant 2022, Thailand

"Integration of AI in school curriculum provides students the opportunity to create and innovate something for solving real world problems. It develops the interest of the young generation in AI and coding. Codeavour comes into picture as a bundle of skills which allow students to explore this field."

Shubham Gupta

Innovative Lead, Atal Innovation Mission, India

"The curriculum of the school breeds the learning journey of a child, the integration of AI in curriculum is the strongest learning module. Opportunities like Codeavour  is perhaps a great initiative which provides a platform for the students and their mentor to showcase their prowess in digital learning."

Sangita Chima

Principal, Amity School Dubai

Codeavour in Media

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FAQ's for Codeavour

Codeavour is an international AI, coding and Robotics competition for students being hosted by STEMpedia annually to encourage them to bring out their inner coders and make innovative projects.

The global AI, Coding, and Robotics competition fosters innovation and entrepreneurial skills among students of age 7 to 18 years to raise awareness about UN Sustainable Development Goals.

The aim of this international competition for kids is to encourage kids to develop an interest in STEM, especially programming, and to develop critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication – the four C’s of 21st-century skills while also bringing solutions to real-world problems.

The Age groups for participating in codeavour 5th Edition 2023-24 are:

Elementary: 7 – 10 yrs old

Junior: 11 – 14 yrs old 

Senior: 15 – 18 yrs old

and the team size would be 1-3 students per team + one coach

Yes, you can participate in a team, the team size would be a maximum of 3 students per team + one coach.

The only prerequisites to enter this AI, coding, and robotics competition for students are a PC (Windows, macOS, or Linux), an Android smartphone or tablet, good internet connectivity, and a desire to learn. 🙂

This year Codeavour 5th Edition brings many new things in the competition like:

  1. New competition Tracks: Track 1: Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Track 2: AI Robo City Challenge
  2. Fellowship and Mentorship programs for Top 20 Students along with their Mentors
  3. Use of Latest Technologies like AI, ML, AR-VR, Robotics
  4. Regional, National and International Level Events

Explore more about the new things in Codeavour 5th edition here: https://codeavour.org/

If you are already familiar with all the basic AI concepts and coding and can confidently make projects in PictoBlox, then you can skip this stage and directly start working on your project. You can always learn something new even if you already know. No harm in trying out, right? 🙂

You can also earn certificates by completing online courses available at the learning stage.

Yes, for Codeavour 5th Edition 2023-24, it is mandatory to use PictoBlox as your coding platform.

For Track 1 you can choose among the hardware which is compatible with PictoBlox, like Quarky, evive, Micro:Bit, Arduino, ESP32, Twatch, Boffin, Makey Makey, Lego.

For Track 2 the participants have to use Quarky and program it using PictoBlox.

The registration fee for the

Indian Nationals: Registration Fee: INR 2000

Participants living outside India (International participants): Registration Fee: USD 25

*UAE Nationals (with Value-Added Services): Registration Fee: AED 300

It’s important to emphasize that the registration fee remains consistent for both individuals and teams, ensuring equitable access for all participants.

If you face any technical difficulties regarding PictoBlox or the website, please write to us at [email protected] with the following subject line:

[Your name] | Codeavour technical query

If you have any other Codeavour-related queries, please write to us at [email protected] with the following subject line:

[Your name] | Other Codeavour query

You can sponsor our vision to bring positive change among the next-gen by filling out the form or writing to us at [email protected] to discuss it further.

STEMpedia | Becoming Codeavour 2023-24 Sponsor

You can associate with us to motivate students to take part in this international coding competition as one of the following types of ambassadors:

If you like to become an ambassador, visit HERE to fill out the form. You can also write to us at [email protected] with the following subject line:

STEMpedia | Becoming Codeavour 2023-24 Ambassador

Having a successful track record of providing coding training or related educational programs can strengthen your application. Highlight any previous training initiatives, coding boot camps, or workshops you have conducted and the positive outcomes achieved. Training partners should be committed to providing ongoing support to participants throughout the competition. This may include offering additional practice sessions, answering coding-related queries, providing mentoring or guidance, and assisting participants in preparing for the competition. Partners should be able to collaborate effectively with the competition organizers and maintain clear communication channels. A good connection with local schools, students, and local bodies to promote Codeavour. Training partners should have a qualified team who can effectively teach coding concepts and techniques to participants.

As a student ambassador for a Codeavour competition, you are expected to have a solid understanding of coding concepts and be proficient in programming languages. Demonstrating your coding skills through previous projects, competition participation, or relevant certifications can strengthen your application. You should also have communication and presentation skills, leadership abilities, networking abilities through your social media channels, and importantly vision to impact the other students.

If you are a school or any other educational institution, you can collaborate with us as an academic partner for Codeavour 5th Edition 2023-24. 

You can click here to Fill out the Form or write to us at [email protected] to discuss it further with the following subject line: 

STEMpedia | Becoming Codeavour 2023-24 Academic Partner

Academic Partners are expected to have a strong commitment to coding education and promoting technical skills among their students. Schools should have the necessary infrastructure to support coding education and participation in the competition and are expected to actively engage their students in competition activities and encourage participation in the competition. Demonstrating initiatives or policies that promote equal opportunities for students from all backgrounds to participate in coding activities can be advantageous. We expect good administrative support for coordinating logistics, managing registrations, and providing overall assistance to students participating in the competition.

If you are a business that provides training or services to students in the STEM, STEAM, Coding, Robotics, or AI education sector, you can collaborate with us as a training partner.

You can click here to Fill out the Form or write to us at [email protected] to discuss it further with the following subject line: 

STEMpedia | Becoming Codeavour 2023-24 Training Partner

Having a successful track record of providing coding training or related educational programs can strengthen your application. Highlight any previous training initiatives, coding boot camps, or workshops you have conducted and the positive outcomes achieved. Training partners should be committed to providing ongoing support to participants throughout the competition. This may include offering additional practice sessions, answering coding-related queries, providing mentoring or guidance, and assisting participants in preparing for the competition. Partners should be able to collaborate effectively with the competition organizers and maintain clear communication channels. A good connection with local schools, students, and local bodies to promote Codeavour. Training partners should have a qualified team who can effectively teach coding concepts and techniques to participants. 

If you are an NGO or NPO, who are working for underrepresented areas, you can associate with us as a community partner.

You can click here to Fill out the Form or write to us at [email protected] to discuss it further with the following subject line: 

STEMpedia | Becoming Codeavour 2023-24 Community Partner

Community partners should have strong connections and relationships within the local community. Demonstrating your involvement in community organizations, educational institutions, or other relevant groups can showcase your ability to engage and mobilize the community effectively. Partner is expected to actively promote the coding competition and related events to the local community. Highlighting your experience in organizing and executing effective outreach strategies, such as social media campaigns, community events, or workshops, can strengthen your application. Establishing partnerships with local educational institutions, such as schools or colleges, can enhance community engagement efforts. High Commitment is expected to impact a large number of students by making them part of the competition through the support of the Codeavour team.

You can register for the Codeavour 5th Edition 2023-24 from the website itself: https://codeavour.org 

Registration is open from October 27th, 2023. You can visit the website, fill in your details, and register for the competition.

The registration fee are the following:

Indian Nationals: Registration Fee: INR 2000

Participants living outside India (International participants): Registration Fee: USD 25

*UAE Nationals (with Value-Added Services): Registration Fee: AED 300

It’s important to emphasize that the registration fee remains consistent for both individuals and teams, ensuring equitable access for all participants.

Yes, you can form a team.

Please note that in the case of a team of two or three, both members should belong to the same age group or if the age group is different then age group should be selected as per the age of elder one.

Yes, the participation fee is the same for both individuals and teams.

You can participate in one track only with a single registration; to participate in both the tracks, you need to register for both of them separately.

The project should be aligned with one of the following themes:
1. Save the Environment
2. Strengthen the Health Infrastructure
3. Revolutionize the Agriculture
4. Educate the World
5. Automate the Surroundings

The project should be programmed using PictoBlox only. You can use any coding environment available inside PictoBlox.

In the case of hardware-based projects, only the hardware that is compatible with PictoBlox is allowed, i.e., Quarky, evive, micro:bit, Arduino, ESP32, Boffin, T-Watch, TECbits, LEGO, etc.

PictoBlox-based projects where no hardware is used are also allowed to participate, compete, and win.

Track 2: AI Robo City Challenge is for offline participation. There’s no project submission for Track 2.

There are 11 mini-challenges in Track 2, the participants need to complete as many as possible in 5 minutes to win the competition.

After completing your registration and payment successfully, you can access the submission section from your dashboard on https://codeavour.org/ to submit your projects.

Only one project submission is allowed per team.

The project submitted should be authentic and made by participants only using PictoBlox.

You are allowed to make changes to your project before the regional competition. However, once the regional competition is finished, you can only make small updates to your project. You are not allowed to completely change your project when you reach the national or international levels.

For a successful online submission, you must submit the following:
1. Cover Image: Upload a good-quality image showcasing your innovation (recommended size: 1,920 x 1,080 pixels)
2. Description: Write a 100-150-word description of your project, covering the key highlights of your innovation.
3. PictoBlox File: Upload or add a link to the PictoBlox file(s) of your project. You can upload one or more files if your project has multiple boards. (Make sure not to upload multiple file options for the same board.)
YouTube Video: Make and add a link to a YouTube video of 5 to 10 minutes duration covering the following things:
4. Briefly describe you and your teammates.
5. Briefly describe the selected theme and why you chose it.
6. Overview of your innovation and project demonstration                                                                                                                                                        7. Business Pitch: Make and upload a presentation of 10–15 slides as per the given template:
https://aim.gov.in/pdf/Business-pitch-template.pdf

The rules for evaluating the project will be disclosed soon for both Tracks seperately.

For Track 1 you can choose among the hardware which is compatible with PictoBlox, like Quarky, evive, Micro:Bit, Arduino, ESP32, Twatch, Boffin, Makey Makey, Lego.

For Track 2 the participants have to use Quarky and program it using PictoBlox.

Yes, there will be AI, Coding and Robotics Training as well as doubt-solving sessions which will help you in learning the fundamentals of AI, Coding and Robotics, using PictoBlox and making your project without any difficulty.

The prizes for Codeavour 5th Edition is broadly divided into four categories which are:

  • Gadgets
  • Fellowships and Mentorships
  • Cash and Coupons
  • Trophies and Certificates

“AI and ML are the biggest developments that have happened in Computer Science in the last decade. This is good news as children of this generation have access to AI tools through Codeavour, as the jobs of the future will require these core skills.”

“AI and ML are the biggest developments that have happened in Computer Science in the last decade. This is good news as children of this generation have access to AI tools through Codeavour, as the jobs of the future will require these core skills.”

“AI and ML are the biggest developments that have happened in Computer Science in the last decade. This is good news as children of this generation have access to AI tools through Codeavour, as the jobs of the future will require these core skills.”

Asha Jadeja Motwani
Founder, Motwani Jadeja Family Foundation, USA

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