CSI Hunts for top Future Software Programmers of India


CSI Hunts for top Future Software Programmers of India

Around 21 students from 7 schools participated in the School level software programming competition organized by Computer Society of India (CSI) - Udaipur Chapter. The competition was held at Techno NJR Research Centre, located at Madhuban.

 
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Around 21 students from 7 schools participated in the School level software programming competition organized by Computer Society of India (CSI) – Udaipur Chapter. The competition was held at Techno NJR Research Centre, located at Madhuban.

In search of the young talent in computer programming, first level regional competition started at 10PM and ended at 12PM. The participants from different Udaipur based schools had jolted their brains to solve four different problems given to them.

CSI Hunts for top Future Software Programmers of India

Students were free to select any programming languages C, C++ or JAVA to solve the queries given.

7 schools, namely Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1, Maharana Mewar Public School, Alok Sr Sec School, St. Anthony’s Sr Sec School, St Gregorios Sr Sec School, Central Academy School (OTC) and Delhi Public School had participated in the prestigious competition. From each school, three students were selected to participate.

Dr. Dharam Singh president of CSI Udaipur chapter directed the students about terms and rules of the competition. While talking to UT he said ‘Out of so many schools in Udaipur, we have only 7 schools registered in the competition which is bit disappointing, when asked about the reason, he said lack of awareness among both, students and their institutions. We hope to get double response in next year because things are changing in a fast pace.’

Himija Singhvi (Class 11th) from DPS said ‘the competition was tough but we’ll say it was a good fight all over, though we solved all the problems but still not sure about one query’.

Yash Gupta from St. Gregorios said ‘it was tough competition, although we solved 2 problems and other 2 were solved more than half, let’s see now’

CSI organize this event every year, the winners of regional level fights in the national level and then the winners will go for International competition representing India.

CSI’s senior officials were also present in the event including Techno India NJR’s (TINJR) director R.S Vyas and Piyush Javeria Ass. Prof of computer science with team of volunteers managed the competition.CSI Hunts for top Future Software Programmers of India

CSI TINJR Student Chapter Coordinator, Piyush Javeria and Shilpa welcomed the outside participants and guided them for the competition. CSI Student chapter volunteers Prasun Banerjee, Mohit and Chetna Purohit helped students with their queries before the competition.

State CSI Student Coordinator Dr. Rajveer Singh spoke about the importance of CSI Competition.

Techno India NJR director, Er. R.S Vyas urged all Science teachers to become member of CSI and form a group for which TINJR will give 50% of their fees and hopes that participants count will be doubled next year.

This occasion was also graced by senior CSI members Mr. M. L.  Talesra , Mazar Hussain and Dr. Anand Swarup.

Photos by: Rohit Kothari

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