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Little Flower School wins regional TCS IT Wiz 2016
Syed Md. Hashmi and Hussain Ahmed from Little Flower School, Uppal, Hyderabad have bagged regional trophy of TCS IT Wiz 2016 competition. The winners will be representing Hyderabad in finals.
Hyderabad: Syed Md. Hashmi and Hussain Ahmed from Little Flower School, Uppal, Hyderabad have bagged regional trophy of TCS IT Wiz 2016 competition. The winners will be representing Hyderabad in finals.
The theme of the quiz was DEFAULT IS DIGITAL. Over 900 students from various schools in Hyderabad participated in TCS IT Wiz 2016, India’s biggest inter-school quiz, organised by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Tuesday at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Basheerbagh.
TCS IT Wiz was open to High School students studying in Class VIII –IX. Regional champions walked away with an iPad air each while the runners-up represented by Priyansh Shandilya & Dhairya Kapasi from FIITJEE Jr. College were rewarded an iPad mini each along with a specially designed trophy and medals.
The 6 finalists also received an array of exciting prizes from TCS ranging from space pack, selfie stick, earphones, Bluetooth speakers and pen drives.
The Quiz platform looked into the technological trends that are poised to have huge traction across the globe. Students who are a part of this quiz would benefit from understanding these technologies as they walk into their future. The top six teams from the written preliminary round were qualified for the regional finals.
The prizes were distributed by Prof D N Reddy, Director, Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) along with V Rajanna, Vice President and Regional Head of TCS Hyderabad. The Quiz was hosted by noted quiz master Giri ‘Pickbrain’ Balasubramaniam.