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Palestinian Refugee Students Win Competitive Programming Marathon in Syria

Published : 27-10-2021

Palestinian Refugee Students Win Competitive Programming Marathon in Syria

Palestinian students garnered the highest scores in the 2021 Programming Marathon for children and adults in Syria. 

213 contestants from Syria took part in the competition organized by the Syrian Virtual University in cooperation with the Excellence and Creativity Agency.

Students from the UNRWA-run Ras AlEin school in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, won gold, silver, and bronze medals. The gold medal was earned by Mohamed Abdul Aziz. Abdullah Oudeh and Mahmoud Hamid received silver medals while Wissam Jaber got the bronze medal.

According to UNRWA, the students received training in logical thinking and programming using the C++ language thanks to their teacher Rana Kamela, who is specialized in information technology.

The competition aims to boost the participants’ interest in information technology and enhance their programming capacities at an early age.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12373

Palestinian students garnered the highest scores in the 2021 Programming Marathon for children and adults in Syria. 

213 contestants from Syria took part in the competition organized by the Syrian Virtual University in cooperation with the Excellence and Creativity Agency.

Students from the UNRWA-run Ras AlEin school in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, won gold, silver, and bronze medals. The gold medal was earned by Mohamed Abdul Aziz. Abdullah Oudeh and Mahmoud Hamid received silver medals while Wissam Jaber got the bronze medal.

According to UNRWA, the students received training in logical thinking and programming using the C++ language thanks to their teacher Rana Kamela, who is specialized in information technology.

The competition aims to boost the participants’ interest in information technology and enhance their programming capacities at an early age.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12373