We are living in a technology rich world. There is considerable anecdotal evidence that students respond well in subjects involving programming of robots. Asking children to build a proper robot from a Lego kit and then running a race to see which robot goes faster works well. One of the most engaging way to introduce IT in the curriculum is Robotics. Robotics is a fun stepping stone for getting a child interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects that can lead to amazing careers later in life. Robotics enables practical learning and enhances engagement. Children love to participate in construction activities. Most importantly robotics teaches the kids the art of adaptation. They learn to give precise instructions while programming a robot. The future is going to see a huge demand for professionals who can design and operate mechanical devices such as robots. Training the students at an early age can help open doors to a rewarding career in robotics at a later stage in life.