Ignite Hosts a Speed Programming Competition to Inspire Balochistan Students.

At the National Incubation Center Quetta, the Ignite National Technology Fund held a programming competition for Baluchistan’s “geeks.”
Java, C/C++, and Python programming talents were put to the test during the five-hour speed programming competition.
This extracurricular gaming competition was created to develop competitors’ problem-solving abilities under time constraints and pressure.
Dr. Zain-ul-Abdin, General Manager of Ignite, stated in his message for the occasion that this competition will present chances for interaction, demonstration, and improvement of cooperation, programming, and problem-solving abilities.
The goal of the platform is to promote awareness of the next generation of computing professionals and their aspirations for success in academics, business, and the community. The competition’s goal is to recognize and honor Baluchistan’s programming talent.
I’m glad that Ignite has arranged this competition for the IT students of Baluchistan. The youth of Balochistan have always demonstrated their skills at national and international levels.”Vice Chancellor BUITEMS, Ahmed Farooq Bazai (S.I), said In his opening remarks,
In order to advance to the final competition, 87 teams previously competed in the preliminary online round. The winning team CS19 from BUITEMS made up of Ibrar Ali, Ali Hassan, and Adnan Ali was chosen from the 24 top teams that made it to the final round at the National Incubation Center Quetta. They received a cash prize of Rs. 500,000.
The second-place team Pythonista from BUITEMS, made up of Ehtisham Ahmed, Abdullah, and Ahsan Ullah, and the first-place team Thunderbolts from NUST Balochistan Campus, comprised of Kashif Ghafoor, Muhammad Adnan Khan, and Arslan, won Rs. 200,000 and Rs. 300,000.

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