Nikhil and Javin have attempted University of Waterloo’s Canada Computing Challenge (CCC) a year earlier. They both scored in top 70 out of 3700+ students who attempted the challenge world-wide.
Considered one of the difficult computing challenges, University of Waterloo has been conducting these competitions annually. The time allotted for the challenge is three hours and students can attempt as many as five challenges in that period. Students can choose to program in languages such as C,C++, Python, Java among others.
Javin and Nikhil chose different programming languages to solve the challenges. While Javin went with Java as his choice to solve the challenges, Nikhil used Python. We are happy to celebrate our student’s achievements. Our coaches share their warm greetings, and it is always gratifying to see our students succeed. Good to see them persist and thrive.
ps: Picture was taken pre-covid. Mask is mandatory for students attending our classes, and so is adhearance to provincial public health guidelines.