TechGig, Indias largest technology community, runs an annual coding competition for women . Muskan Agrawal, a Hathras-based IIIT-Una student, claimed the title of Top woman coder and Rs 1.5 lakh at TechGig Geek Goddess 2022 .
New Delhi, India, on November 25 (TechGig): Who knew Hathras so long ago?Today, this slum-filled city in west Uttar Pradesh is home to India's top woman coder.Muskan Agrawal, a Hathras-based IIIT-Una student, claimed the title of Top woman coder and Rs 1.5 lakh at TechGig Geek Goddess 2022.Her coding experience earned her entry into India's largest coding competition and made a mark in coding history.The 8th edition started on August 23 and recognized female programmers for their coding genius and inventions at a national level.The 8th edition began this year and allowed women programmers to submit unique coding submissions in 54 coding languages for problem statements.Python3, CPP14, Java8, Java, and C were the top five programming languages used for submitting code.Like last year, the majority of participants were from Hyderabad, Pune, and Bengaluru.TechGig Geek Goddess celebrated its 8th anniversary this year with 69 thousand registrations and seven corporate partners. Synchrony, Goldman Sachs, EY GDS, Persistent, Wipro, and Logitech were among the other corporate partners.The complete and valid ones were subjected to a rigorous review from all the code submissions.The top 500+ participants advanced to the final round.Finalists programmed non-stop for four hours on November 19 to submit their winning programming solutions. On November 23, Geek Goddess 2022 announced the launch of its flagship TechGigs Women Disruptors Virtual Conference.As the chief guest, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology and Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, presided over the event and delivered the special address.Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a member of the 69thousand participants, praised the efforts of the group.Technology can be a huge helper and a major change agent for our society, he said. As suggested in Digital India, technology can help young people develop platforms, devices, and services that can be consumed globally.India's enhanced resilience to the COVID-19 crisis was matched by this invested interest in technology.This emphasis on technological superiority would lead India to become the future tech king, indeed it will be India's tech king.Deloitte, Cognizant, Intel, Wipro, Synchrony, Goldman Sachs, EY GDS, HCL Technologies, and American Express India were among the participants this year's conference. The competition received more than 35 Million impressions on the internet, with over 5 Thousand+ mentions for the hashtag #SheTheInnovator.Sanjay Goyal, the CEO of TechGig, thanked the winners of Geek Goddess 2022, saying it is our flagship event to support women engineers in technology careers.It's both an annual celebration of diversity in tech jobs and a clear reminder of how we can continue to make engineering a 50:50 competition for all engineers.Over the eight editions, it has helped 3.3 Lakh women engineers improve their technical skills, realize their coding potential, and connect with over 50+ innovative technology firms, according to Ruchika Panesar, VP and APAC, who says women technologists are consistently making their mark. The event's details can be found here.Muskan Agrawal1st runner-up: Battul Bohra2nd runner-up: Rinki3rd runner-up: Radhika Patwari4th runner-up: Mahiyat TanzimTechGig is a young and enthusiastic technology company that provides cutting-edge solutions to its clients using modern technologies.We assist our business partners in recognizing their true potential and market potential by means of our innovative talent assessment, community engagement, and recruiting services.