Butwal, March 30, 2017: Butwal Coder Girls on March 28 & 29 hosted IT quiz and presentation competitions as part of the ‘ITCab: Know Your IT Environment’, the first of its kind of event in Butwal. The programme saw an active participation of IT students from different colleges.
A total of 7 teams participated the quiz competition. Students from Butwal Multiple Campus with team members Sandesh Bista, Sarita Neupane, and Bimal Dhakal bagged the first position in the contest. Similarly, the team of Sudikshya Basnet, Binay Basnet, and Santosh Bhandari from Kalika Higher Secondary School secured the runner-up position, whereas the team of Sudeep Neupane, Aasha Gaihre, and Bibek Aryal from Tinau Technical College became the second-runner ups.
Similarly, Aasha Gaihre and Nanda Bhattarai from Tinau College were announced winners in the presentation competition, in which 6 teams in total had been participating. The jumbo team of Prashant Poudel, Sijan Khadka BK, Mausam Pun, Saurav Gyawali, Yugal Magar, and Arjun Bhandari from Kalika School stood second. Achyut Gautam from Butwal Multiple Campus took away the third prize. In the competition, the participants had to make presentations on the topic ‘IT Environment inside the Kathmandu Valley and outside.’
The winners were handed with the prize on the closing ceremony of the fest in presence of various special personalities active in the IT industry of Butwal. Chief Guest, Roshan Kandel, President, CAN-Rupandehi, Special Guest, Lok Raj Upadhyay, New Horizon School Computer Dean, and Bishan Bashyal, President, CSIT Association of Butwal Multiple Campus among others were present in the event.
Speaking on the occasion, CAN-Rupandehi President Roshan Kandel promised to provide a market for the ideas and discover girl talents in technology, and work to develop IT industry in Butwal. Similarly, many other guests promised to provide a better IT market to students.
The event also provided career counseling for students about the IT field so that they can be able to do something great for their career and the nation. “By organizing the event, we wanted to inform youth and students in Butwal about the latest developments in technology and make them interested towards IT education and industry at large,” shared Sabita Neupane, President of Butwal Coder Girls.