Amrita is Joining Forces to Build First Hello India × Russia Programming Boot Camp

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in collaboration with Space University, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and Moscow Workshops ACM-ICPC are joining forces to build the first Hello India × Russia Programming Boot Camp from March 22-30. During intense 8 days of programming, the participants will learn, practice and compete in the international stage preparing themselves for the World Finals in Beijing. “Over the past several years, we can see a sharp increase in the number of teams from India participating in competitive programming contests, workshops, and related events. Country’s best programmers from top notch institutions were eagerly waiting for such a camp to be held in India. The Hello India x Russia ACM-ICPC Boot camp happening in the next eight days will not only promote competitive coding in India but also raise the level of coders to compete in the international arena” said Anand Shenoi, Regional Contest Director ACM-ICPC.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is Joining Forces to Build First Hello India × Russia Programming Boot Camp

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in collaboration with Space University, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and Moscow Workshops ACM-ICPC are joining forces to build the first Hello India × Russia Programming Boot Camp from March 22-30. During intense 8 days of programming, the participants will learn, practice and compete in the international stage preparing themselves for the World Finals in Beijing. “Over the past several years, we can see a sharp increase in the number of teams from India participating in competitive programming contests, workshops, and related events. Country’s best programmers from top notch institutions were eagerly waiting for such a camp to be held in India. The Hello India x Russia ACM-ICPC Boot camp happening in the next eight days will not only promote competitive coding in India but also raise the level of coders to compete in the international arena” said Anand Shenoi, Regional Contest Director ACM-ICPC.

Amrita Engineering Student Wins KTH Master's Challenge 2018

Mr. Sivanand Devarakonda, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru Campus, has been awarded a scholarship to pursue the master’s programme at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. The scholarship came after he bagged the first prize at the KTH Master’s Challenge 2018.