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​​Young mind Of India is ready for FINAL round of International Olympiad

New Delhi: A FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh centre student, Kushagra Juneja has entered the final round of International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) to be held between 26th July and 2nd August 2015 at Almaty, Kazakhstan. Kushagra has cleared the first 3 rounds in India and is amongst the TOP 4 students to represent India.

The IOI is one of the five International Science Olympiads; the primary goal of IOI is to stimulate interest in Informatics (Computing Science) and Information Technology amongst school students.

Earlier in 2014-15, Kushagra was crowned as the WORLD TOPPER in International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) held at Mendoza, Argentina wherein he won the GOLD MEDAL. This year he qualified in NTSE Stage I, 2015. ​Kushagra Juneja​, started training for competitive exams from class VII at FIITJEE. He focused on developing his IQ, Logical, Analytical & Reasoning skills. Currently, he is in class XI and is gearing up for JEE (Mains & Advanced). For which he is getting trained at FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh centre which he started in class IX).

Excited Kushagra Juneja​ said, “It’s indeed an exciting moment to represent the country for ​such a prestigious title. During my training session at FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh centre, we were taught how to plan and strategize our syllabus, which has been very helpful.”

According to Mr. Partha Halder Center Head, FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh Centre said, “It is a proud moment for us. The students have taken the glorious tradition of FIITJEE to the international platform.” “Proper training plays a vital role in cracking these competitive titles. However, dedication is the key word of success and at FIITJEE we prepare our student to be focused and well organized towards their studies to make a niche in this era of cut throat competition,” he added. 

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