Anuradha ShettyAug 05, 2013 17:42:41 IST
Registrations are currently open for Google’s India Code to Learn contest, which is looking to make learning computer programming a fun and easy affair for Indian school students.
Students from classes 5 to 10 can register for this contest and create a story, game, a music show, or any other thing they can come up with, using Scratch – a programming language created by MIT Media Lab. Those studying in class 9 and 10 can use either Scratch, Java or C++ to develop their projects.
Google opens registrations for new contest for Indian students
School students have time until August 30, 2013 to create their projects. Once done, they can submit it on the contest website. Winners stand to win some cool prizes. Students must note that project submissions have begun starting today.
They will have to be registered by their parents or legal guardians. To start off, all they need is a computer with an Internet connection with Scratch installed on it.
To submit their final project, students will have to create a Google Drive folder, upload all the project files into the folder and share it with the Code to Learn contest team. Students must also fill up their submission form once they’ve shared their project folder.
Click here to get all the information on the Google India Code to Learn contest.
All submissions shall be judged by Google engineers. Good luck!
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