মঙ্গলবার, ১৮ ফেব্রুয়ারী ২০২০, ০৬:৩১ পূর্বাহ্ন
Students at the school first got the idea about robots. For the first time ever, they ended up coding the line follower robot at the touch of robotics. There were also some early episodes about Arduino. Students completed the
coding of the line follower robot and showed the robots on the robot track. Finally, there was the activation of the Inter-School College Programming Competition and some preliminary sessions of Programming Language C. On Monday, the six-day technology week ended at Jorina Rahim Girl’s High School in Bhangra in Pabna.
This is where the students are given training and ideas under the School of Robotics. Students will take part in the 2nd Bangladesh Robot Olympiad national event to be held at Dhaka University Student-Teacher Center (TSC) on September 5-7. In addition, a team from the school will take part in the
Standard Chartered Bank-I Prakash Inter-School and College Programming Competition in the future. The Bangladesh Open Source Network (BDOSN) launched a program called ‘Surprise Curiosity’ earlier this year. Where some high school girls come to Dhaka for the first time in their lives in
remote villages. During these two days, they visited various establishment and technology offices in Dhaka. These include the Jatiya Sangsad Building, National Science and Technology Museum, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novotheater, Dhaka University Area, Central Shaheed Minar, DBC Television, Citizen Television and Information Technology. GenX Infosys, Kazi IT, Grameenphone, ZoomShare, etc. Z in front of the remote village girls to science and technology opens up many possibilities. In the first
episode of Surprise Curiosity, Bhangra Jorina Rahim girl of Pabna attended high school and the students of the school returned to the village with a
fresh enthusiasm for science. Zafar Iqbal, president of BDoSN also attended. Later, a team from this school participated in the Children’s Adolescent Science Congress held last April and won in the poster category. BDOSN organizes this technology week to encourage students in this school to further their science.