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“Enriched IT Programme” Partner School students won fourteen medals comprising five Gold, seven Silver and two Bronze medals in the “Hong Kong Olympiad in Informatics (HKOI) 2018/19” (with photos)

Enriched IT Class students of Pui Ching Middle School won fourteen medals comprising five Gold, seven Silver and two Bronze Medals in Junior and Senior group of the “Hong Kong Olympiad in Informatics (HKOI) 2018/19”. In addition, the school was also crowned Champion in the Grand School Prize and won all three Individual Prizes.



Awardees include :

Gold Medal (senior group) - Cheng Hei Chit, Yuen Lok Kan, Wai Ka Hei

Silver Medal (senior group) - Tam Chi Hang, Ng Yau Fu, Lee Tak Him

Bronze Medal (senior group) - Chung Wai Jit

Gold Medal (junior group) - Yeung Man Tsung, Wong Tsz Him

Silver Medal (junior group) - Wong Chun Hei, Wong Ho Nam, Chang Sum Wing, Zhen Zi Hao

Bronze Medal (junior group) - Leung Ka Long

Individual Prizes :

The Best Young Contestant - Yeung Man Tsung

The Best First-Time Contestant (Senior Group) - Ng Yau Fu

The Best First-Time Contestant (Junior Group) - Wong Tsz Him



The competition is divided into two groups, namely the Junior Group and the Senior Group, depending on their age. Every secondary school could nominate eight students for each group. In the Heat Event, contestants will have to complete a written paper of 90 minutes’ duration which includes multiple-choice questions, filled questions, etc. In the Final Event, they will take a practical test in which they have to write programs to solve the given problems.



Hong Kong Olympiad in Informatics (HKOI) is a software programming competition for secondary students in Hong Kong, emphasising on problem solving techniques and programming skills. It aims at enhancing students' interest in software programming. The competition was organised by the Hong Kong Association for Computer Education (HKACE), Education Bureau, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (EDB), and co-organised by Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.