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Scholarship for first-year programming students

Scholarship for first-year programming students

Edu-tech platform Coding Ninjas that offers courses in technology, has launched its scholarship programme for first-year programming students. The scheme aims to offer scholarship worth Rs 1crore to approximately 2,000 students worth Rs 5,000 each in Foundation courses like C++, Java and Python.

The deadline to apply for scholarship programme is December 10, 2020.

The selection of the candidates for the scholarship will be based onthe quality of the application which will be reviewed by Coding Ninjas’ faculty members that comprises alumni of IIT, IIIT and Stanford.

The scholarship will benefit students who want to pursue programming at a cost-effective price point and are currently in the first year of college. It will enable learners to master three important programming languages like C++, Java and Python that are considered the building blocks in the world of coding.

Check out: https://www.cognitoforms.com/CodingNinjas/RegisterForFoundationCoursesFree 

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