Mathematics competition organized by Everest Engineering College

Kathmandu. Bluebird College-A in Lalitpur has emerged first in the nationwide mathematics competition organized by Everest Engineering College.

According to the organizers, Kanti Higher Secondary School, Butwal and Blue Bird College-B came second and third respectively in the competition held at Everest Engineering College, Sanepa, Lalitpur. Motherland English Boarding School-A in Pokhara came fourth.

The students of Bluebird College-A, who came first in the competition, received Rs 50,000 in cash and a full scholarship to Everest Engineering College, while the second-placed Kanti Mavic students received Rs 25,000 in cash and special scholarships to Everest College, the college said.

The third place Blue Bird College-B students received 15,000 cash and partial scholarships at Everest Engineering College and the fourth place Motherland English Boarding School-A received 10,000 cash and partial scholarships at Everest Engineering College along with certificates and trophies.

The competition was attended by 20 groups of students from class 11 and 13 studying in schools in the main cities of the province.

President of Nepal Mathematical Society Prof. Dr. Narayan Prasad Pahari, former Dean of Kathmandu University Prof. Dr. Kanhaiya Jha, President of Association of Engineering College Nepal and Principal of Kathmandu Engineering College Prof. Hirendraman Pradhan, former President of Association of Engineering Colleges Nepal and CEO of PEA Association Engineer Laxman Pokhrel, Principal of Orchid International College E. Bidur Dahal was present.

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