The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Dr. Mohammad Jahirul Hoque emphasized that the MU Programming Olympiad goes beyond being just a competition; it is a celebration of innovation, creativity, and unwavering determination. He highlighted that as we unite to acknowledge the accomplishments of these young talents, it's crucial to recognize that their journeys exemplify the transformative power of education and perseverance.Furthermore, he stated that the primary goal of this Olympiad was to plant the seeds of aspiration among students hailing from prestigious schools and colleges in Sylhet. He expressed deep satisfaction with the overwhelming response and enthusiasm they've witnessed. Building upon this year's successful experience, he revealed plans for future editions of the Olympiad to be organized on a larger scale. The Dean of the School of Science and Technology Professor Md. Nazrul Haque Chowdhury; Mr. Tarek Islam, Registrar; The Proctor and Head of the Economics Department of Economics Dr. Mohammad Jamal Uddin; Choudhury M. Mukammel Wahid; Mr. Fuad Ahmed, Head of the Department of Software Engineering; Mr. Syed Rezwanul Haque Rubel, the CEO of Technext; Mr. Hero Islam, Chief Technology Officer at Authlab; Mr. Mohammad Nazmul Hossain Nabil, the Community Engagement Lead for the Sylhet Region at BD Apps; Assistant Professor Nawshad Ahmed Chowdhury; Lecturer, Nazia Sultana Chowdhury; Lecturer, Rina Paul; Lecturer, Wadia Iqbal Chowdhury; Lecturer, Moshiur Rahman Atul also spoke on the occasion. Sananda Dev, a student from Sylhet Government Women's College, secured the 1st position by successfully solving all the problems in the competition. Turya Sarkar, a student at Scholarshome Shahi Eidgah Campus, earned the 2nd place, while Mohammad Tofazzal Ahmed Sani, a student representing Jalalabad Cantonment School and College, clinched the 3rd position.