Bangladesh Open Source network (BdOSN) signed an MoU recently with ICT Division, Government of Bangladesh to support initiative of national High School Programming Contest (NHSPC)-2016. Md Lafifa Jamal, Vice President of BdOSN and Mr harun-or-Rashid, Additional Secretary of ICT Division signed on behalf of respective parties. According to the MoU, BdOS will provide all logistics, academic and contest support to organize NHSPC 2016. This year, there will be 16 regional contest winners of which will move to National Program to be held in Dhaka. Besides the contest, BdOSN will also facilitated the mentors and facilitators taining, 64 district workshop and the National High School Programming Camp.
Day -2; Grace Hopper Girls Programming Contest; Jessore University of Science and Technology https://t.co/32c3OdrNwo