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CBSE - NATIONAL CODING CHALLENGE

2022

SPONSORED BY MICROSOFT

National Level Winners Announced

29th June 2022, Wednesday
Watch the event on below link :
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We have received enormous number of project submissions and our highly dedicated team is working on to evaluate the projects. We are glad to let you know that the results for Regional round 1 will be announced SOON 

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Kindly upload your project files to Google Drive, OneDrive or any other cloud storage and then share the link in the submission form
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STARTS ON:

February 15, 2022

ENDS ON:

June 22, 2022

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CBSE - National Coding Challenge 2022

National Coding Challenge is an opportunity for students from classes 6th to 8th, to showcase their 21st century skills to solve some of the real life issues with technology.  Its a platform for students to learn about various real life issues prevailing and work out a innovative solution to address the problem related to the theme using their coding skills.

Winners of CBSE - National Coding Challenge 2022

Winner Team : Think Bytes
School : Vibgyor High  School
Location : Bangalore, Karnataka
Theme : Accessibility
1st Runner up Team : Coder 2
School : Mount Carmel School, Dwarka
Location : Dwarka, New-Delhi
Theme : Accessibility
1st Runner up Team : DIAMOND
School : Sivananda Rajaram Senior Secondary School
Location : Maramalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu
Theme : Accessibility
2nd Runner up Team  : Techno Nature Savers
School : Krishna Public School
Location : Sejbahar, Chhattisgarh
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
2nd Runner up Team : Sparta Scriptans
School : Spartan Exclusive School
Location : Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats

Regional Round Winners Qualified for National Level
(Coding Champions)

Get ready with your PPT and final project for demonstration before the Jury for final evaluation. 

Keep an eye on your inbox(registered email id) for further instructions to Qualifying teams who have to present their projects to the jury for final evaluation. Deadline – Before 5th June 2022. 

NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST CENTRAL INDIA INTERNATIONAL ENTRIES
Team : Mystic Gait
 
School : Kamla Nehru Public School
Location : Phagwara, Punjab
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Think Bytes
 
School : Vibgyor High  School
Location : Bangalore, Karnataka
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Solution Makers
 
School : DAV Model School IIT Kharagpur
Location : kharagpur, West Bengal
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : DPS Vadodara
 
School : Delhi Public School Vadodara
Location : Vadodara, Gujarat
Theme : Earth And Cultural Heritage Preservation
Team  : TechnoNatureSavers
 
School : Krishna Public School
Location : Shejbahar, Chhattisgarh
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Code Crusaders
 
School : Delhi Private School, Sharjah
Location : Sharjah, UAE
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Coder2
 
School : Mount Carmel School, Dwarka
Location : Dwarka, New-Delhi
Theme : Accessibility
Team : TechJuniors
 
School : Kendriya Vidyalaya AFS Yelahanka
Location :Bangalore, Karnataka
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Coding Expert
 
School : DAV Model School IIT Kharagpur
Location : kharagpur, West Bengal
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Trio
 
School : Pinnacle Public
School
Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : GENERIC_GENIUS
 
School : Brilliant Public
School
Location : Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Code Champs
 
School : Delhi Private School, Sharjah
Location : Sharjah, UAE
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : MJKPS TECH CLUB
 
School : Mata Jai Kaur Public School
Location : Ashok Vihar, Delhi
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Sparta Scriptans
 
School : Spartan Exclusive School
Location : Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Coding Brigadiers
 
School : DAV Model School IIT Kharagpur
Location : kharagpur, West Bengal
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Coding Masters
 
School : Kendriya Vidyalaya no 4 ONGC
Location : Vadodara, Gujarat
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Preserve_2_Conserve
 
School : Brilliant Public
School
Location : Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Coding brigade
 
School : Indian International School in Japan (IISJ)
Location : Tokyo, Japan
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Icon Biodiversity
 
School : St. Anthony's Secondary School
Location : Faridabad, Haryana
Theme : Earth And Cultural Heritage Preservation
Team : DIAMOND
 
School : Sivananda Rajaram Senior Secondary School
Location : Maramalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Bytecode Velocity
 
School : Shiksha Niketan
Location : Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
Theme : Earth And Cultural Heritage Preservation
Team : Water Saviour
 
School : Jindal Vidya Mandir
Location : Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : STROMS
 
School : Brilliant Public School
Location : Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Guis Fire Team
 
School : GEMS United Indian School
Location : Abu Dhabi, UAE
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : Gyanodian Techies - 2
 
School : Gyan Mandir Public School
Location : Narayana Vihar, Delhi
Theme : Accessibility
Team : Codeguru
 
School : Shree Niketan Patasala
Location : Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : DenKen Chronicles
 
School : Delhi Public School, Patna
Location : Patna, Bihar
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : SPS Rangers
 
School : Singhania Public School
Location : Tapi, Gujarat
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : BONFIRE BREAK
 
School : Krishna Public School, Raipur
Location : Shejbahar, Chhattisgarh
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats
Team : LPSCODEWARRIORS
 
School : Leaders Private
School
Location : Sharjah, UAE
Theme : Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats

Kindly note: Personally identifiable information (“PII”) are not declared intentionally, as CBSE Coding Challenge is aligned to Microsoft’s compliance policy under GDPR.

Project Theme

Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats

Earth And Cultural Heritage Preservation

Accessibility

Innovate with your Coding Skills

Are you a coder? Put your coding skills to test with “National Coding Challenge 2022”.  

Join the coding competition by Microsoft and become the coding champion. Students are invited to address the themes ‘Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats’,  ‘Earth And Cultural Heritage Preservation’, and ‘Accessibility’ to showcase their coding skills

Kindly upload your project files to Google Drive, OneDrive or any other cloud storage and then share the link in the submission form

Judging Criteria

Low Impact

1 Point
Medium impact

2 Points
High impact

3 Points
Exemplary

4 Points
Submission demonstrates a concise knowledge and understanding of the theme.
The submission doesn’t address this requirement.
The submission somewhat addresses the requirement, but not in a cohesive or concise manner.
The submission addresses the requirement. The information is presented accurately and in a concise manner.
The submission addresses the requirement in meaningful and relevant way. The information is concise, accurate and supported with relevant evidence.
Submission demonstrates clear solutions for
1. Protecting biodiversity and natural habitat
2. Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation
3. Accessibility
The submission doesn’t address this requirement
The submission somewhat addresses the requirement but is not sufficiently creative.
The submission addresses the requirement. With some innovative or creative solutions explored.
The submission addresses the requirement in meaningful and relevant way. The solutions are innovative and creative.
Originality & Creativity
The concept in the submission lacks originality.
The concept in the submission is somewhat creative.
The concept in the submission is creative. It solves a problem presented in the challenge.
The concept in the submission is original and creative, especially as compared with other submissions. It provides an original solution to a real-world problem.
What the team learned as part of their involvement was clearly described
No description was included of what the team learned.
What the team learned was somewhat incorporated.
What the team learned was clearly described.
What the team learned was described with exceptional clarity
Relevance and connection to Theme
1. Protecting biodiversity and natural habitat
2. Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation
3. Accessibility
Nothing about the theme :
1. Protecting biodiversity and natural habitat
2. Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation
3. Accessibility
The theme :
1. Protecting biodiversity and natural habitat
2. Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation
3. Accessibility
was somewhat addressed
The theme :
1. Protecting biodiversity and natural habitat
2. Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation
3. Accessibility
was addressed in a relevant way
The theme
1. Protecting biodiversity and natural habitat
2. Earth and Cultural Heritage Preservation
3. Accessibility
was addressed in a clear and exceptionally relevant way
Platform – Microsoft MakeCode for micro:bit (microbit.org) OR https://arcade.makecode.com OR Minecraft Coding
The team has no or very less knowledge of the coding platform.
The team was able to use the basic features of the coding platform.
The team has good knowledge of the coding platform. Used basic and intermediate features.
The team possesses exceptional skills with regards to the coding platform and have used advanced features.

FAQs

Teams can include a minimum of one (1) student and maximum of four (4) students from the same school OR different schools. Each team must appoint a faculty member as a SPOC (Single Point of Contact) and decide a team name. The SPOC must complete the registration process.

Each team must appoint a faculty member (educator) as a SPOC (Single Point of Contact) and decide a Team name. The SPOC must complete the registration process.

Teams can include a minimum of one (1) student and maximum of four (4) students from the same school OR different schools. 

Please go to the contest resources (link given below) and kindly check the tutorial videos.
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You should select any one of the platforms given below.
Project Platforms–
• Microsoft MakeCode for micro:bit (microbit.org)
• https://arcade.makecode.com
• Minecraft Coding (Inside Minecraft Education Edition, etc.)

Yes, CBSE Coding Challenge is free and the winner will get a Digital Certificate. 
 

Any number of teams can participate from a school (one student can be a part one team only), however one faculty member can be part of multiple teams.

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