In a remarkable feat of achievement, 16 talented students from Bangladesh are gearing up to participate in the 25th International Robot Olympiad (IRO), scheduled to take place in Athens, Greece from January 16 to 20. This prestigious global event is recognized as a platform for exploring the genius of robotics and fostering innovation in the field.
The official announcement, posted on both the Facebook page and website of the Bangladesh Robot Olympiad (BDRO) on Saturday, highlights the selection of these exceptional students from various regions of the country. The rigorous selection process, conducted through the Bangladesh Robot Olympiad, has identified individuals with exceptional skills and enthusiasm for robotics.
The proud members of the Bangladesh team representing the nation at the 25th IRO include:
Jaima Jahin Wara – William Carey Academy
Mahrooz Mohammad Ayman – Navy Anchorage School and College
Nashitat Zainah Rahman – Mastermind English Medium School
Fatin Al Habib Nafis – Mastermind English Medium School
Prapa Haldar – Bir Shrestha Munsi Abdur Rauf Public College
Marzia Afifa Prithivi – South Point School and College
Samia Mehnaz – Vikarunnisa Noon School and College
Maisha Sobhan – Vikarunnisa Noon School and College
Sadia Akhtar Swarna – Vikarunnisa Noon School and College
Misbah Uddin Inan – Chittagong Cantonment Public College
Mashkur Malik Mostafa – Notre Dame College
Mahir Tajwar Chowdhury – Mirzapur Cadet College
An Nafiu – Dhaka Residential Model College
Rubaiyat H Rahman – Dhaka Residential Model College
Namia Roujat Nubala – Hardco International School
Khandkar Shamil Mahadi Bin Khalid – Hardco International School
Renowned writer and educationist, Professor Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, introduced the talented members of the Bangladesh team in a statement.
The International Robot Olympiad is a celebration of innovation and technological prowess, providing a platform for young minds to showcase their skills and collaborate on cutting-edge robotics projects. The Bangladesh team is well-prepared to make a mark on the global stage, embodying the nation’s commitment to excellence in education and technology.
As these young robotics enthusiasts embark on this international journey, Bangladesh eagerly anticipates their success and the positive impact they will make at the 25th International Robot Olympiad in Athens, Greece.