Indian student wins bronze at international Olympaid

Indian student wins bronze at international Olympaid
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Aalok Sathe, a student from Pune, won a Bronze medal at the 14th International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL), held at Mysore on Monday. 

Hyderabad: Aalok Sathe, a student from Pune, won a Bronze medal at the 14th International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL), held at Mysore on Monday.

The top three individual scorers included Jaeyeong Yang from Republic of Korea, James Wedgwood from USA and Liam Robert McKnight from UK. Teams from Sweden, Australia and UK took the top three positions in the team contest.

The IOL, which is for secondary school students, has been held annually since its inception in 2003. It is one of the 12 international science Olympiads.

Computational thinking, analytical reasoning and logical deduction were the focus of this year’s global competition, co-organized by Microsoft Research to encourage computational thinking and the study of linguistics among students.

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