Mr. Vipin V K
Achiever's Success Story
Shaping The Future Innovators, STEM Cadets envisions to impart life-skills to the young generation using futuristic educational system
Mr. Vipin V K, the founder and CEO of STEM Cadets, is a NexGen company that imparts life skills to the young generation using its futuristic and child friendly education system. The company has concocted a plethora of workshops for children to acquire knowledge through hands-on experience enabling them to put into action what they learn.
There are various technologies being used to impart education around the world. Currently, certain companies are using robotics and coding alone in India too. STEM Cadets offers futuristic technologies/programs like Basic electronics, IoT (Internet of Things), 3D Printing, Drones, App Inventor and Innovation Labs along with robotics and coding which rouses curiosity of the kids and incites them to enter the experiential learning cycle. The target group remains grade 1-12 and is called the K12 segment and the undergraduates. Here the students are led to explore their area of interest in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) fields. The team has designed sustainable, inclusive and equitable programs through challenging, thought-provoking fun activities to make kids inquisitive. The kids interact with the experts and get hands-on experience of real time issues and find solutions on their own thus, developing a scientific temperament and critical problem-solving mindset in an integrated manner.
The research and development of STEM Cadets started in 2019 in Bishop Pereira Memorial School located near Mangalapuram, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala with around 1200 students. Subsequently after the extensive research of over a period of 3 years the company STEM Cadets was launched in August 2022. The Founder and CEO of STEM Cadets is Mr. Vipin VK, a graduate in Mechanical Engineering completed his M. Tech in Materials Engineering from the prestigious IISc, Bangalore. He has been involved in the Ed Tech development for 35 schools.