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Summer Special: Engage in computational and coded summer camps


To be a successful coder, students want to inculcate cushy skills early in their lives

After the tense season of exam effects, students can in spite of everything revel in their summer time holidays. With no burden of assignments or classes, children can learn new skills, be it following their passion for sports activities or finding out a new language.


The new era is exploring tech-based actions and finding out coding languages. Several academies and online platforms be offering programmes to learn fundamental coding languages that proceed for 6-Eight weeks of summer time breaks.

"The summer camps that teach young children to code are a testing mechanism. Kids should not only play with the technology that they have access to, but also learn to create it," says Varun Juneja, director, CodingZen - a Delhi-based coding academy that has been offering summer time camps for children for more than 4 years.

LEARNING EARLY


Most students learn programming overdue in their instructional life. Besides that, students are deprived by way of faculty curricula that educate them skillability in particular programming languages corresponding to Java, C++ or Python and do not push them to master simple steps of calculation, data processing and automatic reasoning.


"Languages are the tools needed for programming, but they do not give students the ability to think algorithmically. These summer camps focus on thinking ability rather than the tools and increase students' desire to explore," says Anup Kalbalia, industry unit head at CodeChef, a world aggressive programming platform that has partnered with Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Delhi, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, and others to organise summer time programming camps this yr.


Besides a number of modules of coding languages corresponding to HTML and Javascript, coding summer time camps inculcate problem-solving skills and computational thinking in students, which improves their probabilities of having a successful coding profession later in life.


"The programming camps last only for a few weeks, but they cover many topics ranging from number systems to logic to programming using flowcharts. Most importantly, these summer camps aim to inculcate computational thinking and problem solving skills, which is the foundation for being a good programmer. Students with good computational thinking skills will be a better programmer in the long run, because they will have knowledge that transcends programming languages," adds Kalbalia.


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