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Saturday 18 March 2023

CBSE Coding Challenge 2023

CBSE – National Coding Challenge(NCC) is an opportunity for students from classes 6th to 8th, to showcase their 21st century skills to solve some of the real-life issues with technology.  It is a platform for students to learn about various real-life issues prevailing, and work out an innovative solution to address the problem related to the theme using their coding skills.

Join the CBSE – NCC competition brought to you, in partnership with Microsoft and become the coding champion. Students are invited to address the themes (any one of the following) to showcase their coding skills.

Students of Classes 6th, 7th & 8th, who are enrolled in a school, are eligible.
Teams can include(s) a minimum of one (1) student and a maximum of four (4) students from the same school OR different schools. Each team of students must have a faculty member registered as well.
All members of the team should belong to the same grade or class.
Each team must have access to at least one (1) Desktop/laptop with good internet connectivity.


Earth – Protect Biodiversity and Natural Habitats

The variety of life forms on earth, including genes, species, and ecosystems, is known as biological diversity or biodiversity. Loss of biodiversity results in serious reductions in the goods (such as food, medicine, and raw materials) and services (such as clean water and nutrient cycling) provided by the earth’s ecosystems, which make human survival and economic prosperity possible. Through the provision of biological resources and ecosystem services, biodiversity is an essential component of human development and human security. A natural habitat is an ecological or environmental area where a specific species lives.

Cultural Heritage Preservation

Cultural heritage preservation means keeping the artifacts and traditions of a community intact against factors trying to change them or wear them away. Some common examples are restoring historical buildings, passing on an ancient craft, or recording traditional tales. Cultural heritage is crucial for communities.


Accessibility can be viewed as the "ability to access" and benefit from some system or entity. The concept focuses on enabling access for people with disabilities or enabling access using assistive technology; however, research and development in accessibility brings benefits to everyone. You should consider the number and types of potential accessibility issues users will have. These are the common barriers:

Visual, Motor/mobility, Auditory, Seizures, Learning/Cognitive.

Humanitarian Action

Humanitarian action is the active provision of aid designed to save lives, alleviate suffering, and restore and promote human dignity in the wake of disasters and during large-scale emergencies.


Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity. There are several factors that directly or indirectly affect health.

Among these social, cultural, and envi¬ronmental factors play a dominant role in determining individual and group health.

AI for Good

Like never before, our world is changing faced with some of our most critical challenges, human ingenuity triumphs. AI for Good initiative enables a person with an idea to accelerate it, to give it scale, to create change for the better. Today we are empowering others to forge new paths, to fight famine before a crisis strikes and protect ecosystems by identifying forests & trees. It’s all about how AI innovations can help us for betterment of our planet and mankind.

Build your project on any of these platforms


Fun Activity:
Hover your mouse to see the particles in background react. Why do you think this happens? Start questioning the simplest things and have fun coding. 

Trophies will be given to the top 3 teams.
Winner Certificates
Certificates will be given to the top 30 winning teams.
Shout-out on website
Names of TOP 30 teams will be published on the official website.

How to Enter?

Each team must appoint a faculty member as SPOC (Single Point of Contact) and decide on a team name.
The SPOC must complete the registration process
Upon successful registration, get access to the SPOC toolkit resources by clicking HERE.
Video guides for the competition can be accessed HERE
Each SPOC must submit their team’s submission(s) at the provided website link with the email ID that was used for registration.
Each student should be a member of one team only.

Last Date: 15 April 2023

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