News from the School of Computer of this website On December 15, the ninth "Xinhua Three Cup" National University Student Digital Technology Competition National Finals, jointly sponsored by the National Institute of Computer Basic Education and Xinhua Group, ended in Hangzhou. Hu Shitao, a student of the H3C network engineer special class of 2017 in the School of Computer of our school, won the first prize in the country, and his instructor Zhang Guangya was rated as an excellent instructor.
Since the start of the competition in October this year, a total of 16,500 players from 520 colleges and universities in 29 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions nationwide have entered the competition. After a fierce competition, more than 200 students stood out from the preliminary round and advanced to the final. Hu Sitao is one of them.
As early as a month ago, in the ninth "Xinhua Three Cups" National University Student Digital Technology Contest Hubei Preliminary, students from the School of Computer Science of our school won two first prizes, five second prizes, and six third prizes. Good results, and entered the finals as the first prize of Hubei Province for 4 consecutive years. We won the first prize this time. Our school is the only awarding higher vocational college in Hubei Province, and also set the best record for our school's participation in this event.
It is reported that the School of Computer Science and Technology co-founded the H3C Network College in 2013 in cooperation with Xinhua Three Corporations, and opened special classes for H3C network engineers. Through high-quality curriculum reform and practical teaching, while improving students' network design and implementation capabilities, they closely followed The era of industry development needs to cultivate a large number of outstanding talents required by enterprises. The achievement of the "Xinhua Three Cups" National University Student Digital Technology Contest has highlighted the achievements made by the School of Computer Science and Technology in the school-enterprise cooperation and teaching reform.