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Google India Code to Learn Contest 2017

Deadline: 31-Aug-2017

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Description

Google India Code to Learn Contest 2017 invites application from class 5 to 10 students. The objective of this contest is to encourage school students to display their creativity using Scratch or App Inventor tools in creating respective stories, animations, games, music, art creations, and applications. The winners will receive the certificate of achievement and a Nexus tablet or Chromebook laptop or an equivalent gift as a prize.

Eligibility

Competition is in three categories:

  • Class 5 and 6 
  • Class 7 and 8 
  • Class 9 and 10 

Note:
Employees, interns, contractors, and official office-holders, as well as their immediate families, of Google, its affiliates, and any representatives or agencies of Google or other persons professionally connected with the contest are not eligible to apply.

How to apply?

The application can be done by post with the following steps:
Step 1:
Click to register.
Step 2: Now click to sign in.
Step 3: Fill the details and register.

Note:
If an applicant is a teacher, no separate registration is required for each student and at the time of submission. A teacher can submit multiple projects on behalf of his or her students.

More Information

Judging process:

  • A panel of judges will select 10 students from each class
  • All the 10 students from each class will go through a 2nd round of judging to select 3 winners
  • The finalists and winners will be announced on this website
  • The winners will be in no particular order. All of the selected students will receive the same prize and certificate

Prize:

  • The 9 winners, 3 from each class will get a certificate of achievement and a Nexus tablet or Chromebook laptop or an equivalent gift
  • All the finalists will get a certificate of achievement

Criteria for judging:

  • Originality: a unique and novel idea of the project 
  • Application of Computer Science concepts: number of different concepts applied and their relevance to the project idea. Standard concepts include variables, looping, conditional execution, input, and output
  • Complexity of the project: measured using standard techniques for analysis of algorithms

Important dates:

  • Registration opens: 8 May 2017
  • Project submission opens: 1 July 2017 
  • Project submission deadline: 31 August 2017 
  • Announcement of finalists: on or after 30 September 2017 
  • Announcements of winners: on or after 15 October 2017

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