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CBSE Coding Challenge 2022 invites students of Classes VI to VIII to register by April 30

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Posted on 29 Apr 2022
15:00 PM
The project themes to focus on real-life problems and solutions.

The project themes to focus on real-life problems and solutions. Source: Shutterstock

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Summary
The competition is being held in collaboration with Microsoft
Participants can form teams of up to four students

Put your coding skills to test with “National Coding Challenge 2022” presented by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in collaboration with Microsoft.

Students of Classes VI to VIII from CBSE-affiliated schools can register for the competition till April 30 and submit their projects by May 5.

The project themes are Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats, Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation, and Accessibility.

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The competition will be divided into two segments — elimination round (regional) and national round. Participants can form teams of up to four students. Each team of students must have a faculty member registered who will be the team’s single point of contact.

The students may be from the same school or different schools but they must be of the same class.

The teams must have access to at least one desktop or laptop with stable internet connectivity.

All entries will be judged by the jury. In the elimination round, the entries will be screened on the basis of videos submitted.

Each of the five regions will announce three winners from each class who will make it to the national level. At the national level, the participants will have to present before the jury through a video call their entire project and answer questions posted/asked by the jury. The winners are likely to be announced on June 20.

For registration and more information visit: https://juanatech.com/coding-challenge/

Last updated on 29 Apr 2022
15:00 PM
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