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The Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Society is a Robotics Society from Krishna Institute of Engineering and Technology, Ghaziabad, India. The society formed in 2008, by some robotics enthusiast students learning the deeps and highs of robotics and Artificial Intelligence at then newly built Lab (since named the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Society office). Er. Pranjal Verma, Er. Amit Chhindre formed this society with a group of about 10 members.[citation needed] Success in the various robotics events followed, resulting in Mr. Verma being promoted to the post of President of the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Society, Krishna Institute of Engineering and Technology, Ghaziabad or in short (AIRS, KIET, Ghaziabad). However, AIRS's administrative structure was changed in 2009, with the passing out of Verma and others, who were one of the founder members. This was alongside . The highs of the inaugural season were created by organising various robotics events such as Line Follower etc at Inter-College as well as Intra-College level. This led to the rising of the publicity and interest among the students and the number of members grew subsequently.

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