JK student tops in ICDL Digital Challenge-2017
Prince Sumberia, a student from Jammu Kashmir has emerged as one of the toppers in ICDL Asia Digital Challenge competition held in New Delhi today.
Thousands of students participated in rounds of hectic testing of competition all over the country, among them the 2 students—Prince Sumberia and Josuto Rudupra have emerged as toppers from Jammu and Kashmir and Meghalaya respectively," a state government spokesperson said.
These two students will further compete with other Asian finalists in Singapore next month. In order to felicitate the winners ICDL in collaboration with PHD Chamber of Commerce organized the event.
A function on Industry 4.0: Opportunities and Challenges for the Indian Work Forcewas held today at the PHD House New Delhi under ICDL Digital Challenge 2017.
Head of Digital India Programme Ajay Kumar, Principal Resident Commissioners of Jammu and Kashmir and Meghalaya and other official dignitaries were present on the occasion to felicitate the students.
The ICDL Asia Digital Challenge is the first ever ICDL computer and digital competition in Asia, open to tertiary and university students between 18 – 25 years old. The challenge hopes to search and recognize the top student with the best ICT skills.