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Do you love robotics? Are you a Junior or Senior High School studying in CALABARZON?

Then this contest is for you!

As part of the pre-National Science and Technology Week activities on November, DOST-CALABARZON, in partnership with Data Science and Technology Corporation (DSTC) brings you the Virtual Robotics Contest.

The Virtual Robotics Contest is open for junior high and senior high school students currently enrolled in public and private schools in CALABARZON for SY 2020-2021. Students may compete solo or as a group with a maximum of three (3) members only.Interested participants must be a member of one (1) team only.

You may download the contest rules, criteria, and entry forms through this link: https://tinyurl.com/dost4arobotics

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