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The National Olympiad in Informatics is a competition for school students, based on computing. The
contestants have to write computer programs to solve a given set of problems, within a limited time.
Competing at NOI puts the problem solving ability of students to work.
The NOI is the competition that is used to select students to compete at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) competition, held annually in different countries. Each year, 4 students are selected from the National Olympiad in Informatics competition, to represent Sri Lanka at IOI.
If you are a school student interested in problem solving and computers, put your skills to test and improve them with NOI!
National Olympiad in Informatics program is organized by the ACM student Chapter of UCSC, with
collaboration of IOI
alumni of Sri Lanka