Technology has developed at an astonishing rate. Unfortunately, the digital revolution hasn’t yet had the positive impact it could have on our education system. Its very important in today's modern world to take teaching and learning to the next level.

Attis Systems aims to bring a change in the Indian education system by moving from rote learning to meaningful learning. We think that breaking the barriers to innovation can ignite a spark in young minds and introducing them to latest technology can satisfy their curiosity to learn new things. Attis Systems introduces STEM EDUCATION (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) along with 3D printing where your child can learn 3D printing from concept to end design.

STEM EDUCATION using 3D printing, enables a child to understand and interpret two-dimensional drawings and create three-dimensional models. This helps to improve a child's critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration skills. With hands-on learning, students can now be involved in the design, creation and testing process. Imagine your child 3D printing a science kit or a historic structure for their studies and an architectural model or a robot for their projects. This will provide students authentic learning opportunities and challenge them to develop their own scientific skills and competencies.




On the eve of second anniversary of the NDA government and as a tribute to our former Prime Minister ShriAtalBihari Vajpayee, the NITI Aayog has launched a new initiative called "Atal Innovation Mission". With a view of giving a substantial boost to the Innovation ecosystem, NITI Aayog will establish 500 Atal Tinkering Laboratories (ATL)in schools across India under this mission. Their vision is to "Cultivate one Million children in India as Neoteric Innovators". The objective of ATLs scheme is to foster curiosity, creativity, and imagination in young minds. ATLs will be hubs of innovation where young minds will accelerate their ideas to solve unique problems.

We are also going to support the government in their initiative and be involved by integrating STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) education along with 3D printing technology into the school curriculum.