Cracking the CODE

A free community-driven Kids Coding Club, perhaps the first of its kind in India, is being launched today in IT city by a 14-year-old Bengalurean.21bgm_coding

He is 14, doesn’t think coding is nerdy, and believes that other kids his age should have access to practical computer training.

Krish Samtani may be a cool young adolescent with an accent to boot, but he has some big ideas for this world.

Today his initiative 0Gravity takes off — a free coding club for kids aged 10 to 14, with a system of volunteers, host IT company, and mentors from the industry in place


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