The final stage of the TUIT OPEN 2018 Programming Contest was held on 24-25 November in current year with initiative of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad Al-Khwarizmi in cooperation with the State Inspection for supervision of quality in education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Participating teams of the programming contest were selected from among the teams that showed high results in the quarter-finals of the Nordic Eastern European Region for the Universities of Higher Education Institutions and international competitions of the All-Russian Open Championship.
On November 24th, participants were welcomed, registered, and opening ceremony, fun games for participants, a variety of tournaments were held in a high level.
The main level of the contest was held on November 25. There were 11 tasks submitted for 5 hours to the competitors for solving in some programming languages like C++, Java, Python, Pascal and all participants were able to check their results through online referee system.
It Is known that the first Uzbek-Russian educational forum was held on October 18-19 this year. As a result of this forum, all competition questions was created by Oleg Hristenko, a member of the International Collegiate Programming Contest of the ICPC (International Collegiate Programming Contest), an international referee, and Professor of the Moscow State University named after Lomonosov.
According to the final results the first place was taken by MSU team of Tashkent branch of Moscow State University named after Lomonosov(Shin Cyril, Ahmedshin Raif and Pak), the second place was occupied by Alva (Jurayev Khurshid, Ahmadaliev Abdulla, Murtazakulov Khujamurod) of Tashkent University of Information Technologies and the third place was taken by the Masters team of Urgench branch of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies (Shavkat Aminov, Islom Iskandarov, Muhammad Rakhimov).
Winners of the competition were awarded by the university administration with certificates and financial incentives such as 9 million for the first place, 6 million for the second place and 3 million for the third place in Uzbek soums. As well as, teams of academic lyceums and from the schools were awarded with valuable prizes and certificates.
It should be noted that the competition will serve as a preparation for encouragement and further development of qualified specialists in the field of information and communication technologies, increasing the interest in the industry and for the worthy participation of the country's teams at international competitions.
Head of the Department of Formation the database of control materials and testing processes at the State Inspection for Supervision of Quality in Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan