Internship Opportunities at LemaLabs in Robotics

LemaLabs is a company based in IIT Madras, focusing on promoting robotic education among students in India. One of the endeavours of LemaLabs is to conduct a range of interactive hands-on workshops on robotics in schools and colleges. For this purpose, LemaLabs is looking for smart individuals from Chennai, Hyderabad and Mumbai who are willing to work in the field of robotic education in India.

Location: Chennai, Hyderabad and Mumbai

If you are interested in conducting workshops for LemaLabs, please send us a brief write-up about the following:

  • Something about yourself
  • Experience in robotics (if any)
  • Experience in delivering lectures (if any)
  • Why LemaLabs should hire you

Please send a mail including the above to

Perks for you:

  • Get a chance to inspire young minds and motivate them
  • Learn robotics – Currently the hottest technology sector
  • Gain Teaching Experience
  • Get paid on a workshop basis
  • Get certificate of Internship

2 Responses to “Internship Opportunities at LemaLabs in Robotics”

  1. GIRISH says:

    We are student of MBA of ORCHID College ,Sholapur. Now in this year we are go to Summer Project. So we are interested do our summer in your company, Our University provide dual specialization, so i am taken Marketing and Finance. My friend taken HR and Marketing. So please give to us permission for that project.
    We are also sending our resume.
    Thanking You.

  2. rahul says:


    I am rahul kumar student of CIET rajpura currently in 6th sem in my final year from june 2010 to dec 2010. i want to go through a internship program from good company so i ca work on good projects and start my career in field of electronics, embedded, VLSI, digital/analog.


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