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Home > About Us > Achievements > 2014 > Academic Competitions > NUS High School Wins 1 Gold, 5 Silver & 4 Bronze at the 17th National Olympiad in Informatics

NUS High School Wins 1 Gold, 5 Silver & 4 Bronze at the 17th National Olympiad in Informatics

The National Olympiad in Informatics, organized by school of computing, NUS, is the largest local competition in Informatics. NOI emphasizes creativity in problem solving on the one hand, and programming skill and expertise on the other.

10 of our school students took part in NOI 2014 on 8th March. The students have done the school proud by clinching 1 gold, 5 silver and 4 bronze medals.

Muhammad Irham Rasyidi bin Zainal was placed Third for the Overall Top Contestant award.

NUS High School ranked Second for the Top Junior Colleges Award.

2014 continues to be a bonanza year for our students in Computing Studies!

Results:

 
 
Award
Muhammad Irham Rasyidi bin Zainal
M14608
Gold; Overall Top Contestant (3rd)
Yu Shiyang
M14608
Silver
Ryan Chew
M14508
Silver
Sean Pek
M14504
Silver
Daniel Low
M14406
Silver
Jacob Teo
M14205
Silver
Lim Yu Chen
M14507
Bronze
Nicholas Toh
M14401
Bronze
Ian Yong
M14404
Bronze
Shashvat Shukla
M14406
Bronze


 
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Some of our prize winners (from left, back row): Muhammad Irham, Yu Shi Yang, Ryan Chew, Ian Yong
(from left, front row):
Shashvat Shukla , Nicholas Toh, Jacob Teo, Daniel Low