Baku, January 16, AZERTAC
A fifth-year Project Automation student of Baku High Oil School (BHOS) Leyli Abbasova has successfully completed a project entitled "Azerbaijan's Young Web Programmers". The project, which became a winner of the 10th Grant competition conducted by the Youth Foundation under the President of the Azerbaijan Republic, was carried out with the support of BHOS.
According to BHOS, the main goal of the project was to increase awareness of young people in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT), raise their interest in web programming and introduce a wide range of ICT modern opportunities to students. The project tasks also included developing new national websites and expanding knowledge and skills of young people on HTML, CSS and Javas Programming languages.
The project implementation which lasted a month featured five training sessions for the participants comprising Computer Sciences and ICT students from various national universities. They had opportunities to deepen their knowledge of ICT and develop web-programming skills. The training ended with a contest among the participants. The winners including a BHOS student Farid Hamidov and representatives of other universities Vefa Aliyeva and Javanshir Huseynli were awarded with certificates and prizes.
Seven BHOS students with their individual projects became winners of the 10th Grant competition of the Youth Foundation and three more projects would be implemented in partnership with Student Youth Organization of the Baku High Oil School.
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