Three Baroda​ school​ boys reach Nationals in ​Computer Programming Competition​

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Baroda: Having won the hearts of the Computer Society of India (CSI) and making their teachers extremely proud, three students of Billabong High International School, Baroda, have been selected for the National Level Finals of Young Talent Search in the Computer Programming Competition conducted by the CSI.
Malay Damani and Nishant Gupta from Grade 11 along with Arav Singhal from Grade 12 are BHIS Baroda’s School team which has been selected for this prestigious competition after clearing the Regional levels.

The Finals will tale place on August 6th, 2017 at 10:00 am. They will be accompanied by their teacher who has been accompanying them for the same.

“To live in this technologically-advancing world, one has to ensure that our children, the future of this world, are able and capable of handling it in the right and wise manner. We have always crafted our curriculums in such a manner that our students are taught all the necessary skills via various mediums. We are all extremely proud of our students for having achieved this feat and we wish them all the very best for the Nationals” said Ms. Lina Ashar, Founder of Kangaroo Kids and Billabong High International School.

“Everyone is super happy and excited for them and we can’t to see them shine at the Nationals. No matter what the result will be, we’re very proud of them. I’m sure that they’ll win everyone’s hearts with their minds.” said Dr. Priti Shrimal, Principal – Billabong High InternationaL School, Baroda.

The Computer Society of India (CSI) conducts the ‘Young Talent Search in the Computer Programming Competition’ where schools across the country take part in it.