IIT Delhi student wins international coding competition, competitors from 87 countries take part.

Won Guinness World Record for the largest computer programming competition. The runners-up were from Chile and Taiwan.
IIT Delhi student wins international coding competition, competitors from 87 countries take part.
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Kailash Gupta, a computer science and engineering student at IIT Delhi, has made India famous. It has won the World Coding Competition TCS CodeVita Season 10. More than 100,000 competitors from 87 countries took part in the competition. Become the winner by defeating Kalash.

The director paid tribute.

According to a press release issued by Tata Consultancy Services, CodeVita has won the Guinness World Records title as the world’s largest computer programming competition. The first and second runners-up were from Chile and Taiwan. After Kailash Gupta’s victory, IIT Delhi Director Rangan Banerjee honored him.

Kailash Gupta said this.

“When I started the competition,” said Kalash Gupta. Never thought I’d be in the top 3. It’s a wonderful experience. I’m excited about the $ 10,000 prize money. I couldn’t believe it at first. It took me a long time to solve the first problem. However, it proceeded to solve other problems. I felt more confident in my last position. I was sure I would be in the top 3. We tell you that CodeVida promotes programming in the form of a game. He encourages participants to use their abilities and solve challenges.


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